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One of the best bars in the city for a perfectly crafted, creative cocktail, this hidden spot off the North Beach strip also serves well-priced bar bites.
21st Amendment Brewery
Within walking distance of AT&T ballpark, 21st Amendment is a fun place to visit before or after a Giants game-or both. The airy, multi-level SOMA brewpub delivers reasonably ...
Like a poorly baked casserole, the 500 Club is rough and crusty on the outside but cool and collected on the inside. Don't let appearances fool you: this friendly lounge in ...
Once a grimy sports bar frequented only by locals, this tidy watering hole has recently gone through an extreme makeover. 800 Larkin now boasts a revamped 30 foot mahogany ...
Alchemist Bar and Lounge
This new bar and lounge mixes SF's famed speakeasy-style bar scene (classic cocktails served in an off-the-beaten-path second story location) with a hipster vibe ...
Offering a long list of both classic cocktails and original concoctions, this Haight Ashbury restaurant and bar is a great place to try something new, like the Blood and ...
A hammered copper bar and velvet banquettes lend an air of sophistication to this North Beach cocktail lounge. With high ceilings and couches galore, the lounge can ...
Crossing a red velvet rope and walking through a plush leather door into a room crowned with chandeliers, you might think you've traveled back in time to Hollywood during the ...
By the water on the Embarcadero, Americano is more than an upscale eatery-its bar features delicious drinks, an elegant environment and a patio with great views of the Bay ...
Apartment 24 is one of those small clubs that acts like a pressure cooker: the more people, the more pressure; the more pressure, the more dancing. Sign up for the VIP list ...
Argus may seem like just another dive bar, but it would be a mistake if you let this stop you from going. An unpretentious neighborhood hotspot with a pool table for those ...
Aub Zam Zam
Ornate decorations and mood lighting give visitors the impression of having unsuspectingly stepped onto a film noir set. The reasonably priced drinks, jazzy jukebox, friendly ...
Inspired by the taverns of the ancient Roman neighborhood it was named after, Aventine is also built from San Francisco history-a 150-year-old seawall that marks the site of ...
Established in 1913, Balboa Cafe is one of the oldest saloons in San Francisco. This elegant Cow Hollow bar and grill serves up treasured favorites, as well as savory new ...
Located in the upstairs of the recently refurnished Kabuki Theater, Balcony Bar is perfect for either grabbing a beer before the show or sipping on a martini in the balcony ...