Open since 1912, it is a counter with 20 or so seats situated on a busy street in between nob Hill and Russian Hill.
Then Saul sent for Ahimelech the priest, and all his family and the priests who were in nob; and all of them came to him.
Hob or nob is explained by him to mean "Will you have a glass of wine or not?"
She turned west and climbed the almost perpendicular blocks to the summit of nob Hill.
That referred to my relative, who was always counted a “nob” in the village.
The environment of childhood became a memory: the reality of life was comprised in the super-luxurious existence on nob Hill.
When he've got a drop in his nob, it's always for singin' he is—an' that's the worst of him.
Nor did I even neglect nob Hill, which is itself a kind of slum, being the habitat of the mere millionaire.
“Come, doctor, let you and I hob and nob,” said the first-lieutenant.
A nob was never nabbed for the sum you are, sir, and ever went to the wall.
A rich and important person; swell
[1755+; origin unknown]