This well-known downtown tavern offers 2 for 1 on everything, food or drink, from 4-6pm every day. Double your top shelf drinks like Hennessys and Johnnie Walker Green at half the price. Read more.
The $2 Tuesday happy hour offers sliders, bruschette, Tater Tots, chicken wings, quesadillas, and Caesar salads. Well drinks are also $2, as are 10 bottled and draft beers. Read more.
The outrageously generous happy hour and friendly bartenders who fashion the best cable car cocktail in the city make the Lush Lounge one of the best bars in the 'Loin. Read more.
Muka still serves plenty of good French wine but has added a few draft beers, lots of Belgian brews in bottles and a wider selection of small plates and desserts. Read more.
When you want to prove to your lady that you're a man, and not just a guy, this is the place to grab a low-slung couch and enjoy the good life. Read more.
Mon: $3 beers, wells, and pizzas; Tues: $1 tacos and $3 Coronas, tequila shots; Wed: $1 wells, $3 beers; Thur: $4 sliders and $6 PBR buckets; and Fri: $4 chili nachos and $6 Jack Daniel’s shots. Read more.
This unabashedly kitschy dive's styled after custom vans of the 70s/early 80s, with booths that rock shag carpets, mirrored ceilings, WATER BEDS, and working CB radios. Read more.
A place with a modern take on classic libations, and a clientele that's a raucous mix of office workers letting loose and mixology aficionados. Try the Sazerac with locally distilled Old Potrero Rye. Read more.
Legitimately the only bar in town with Fernet and Maker's on tap, this decidedly masculine watering hole / burger bar is named after SF's famed McQueen action flick. Read more.
Things the Sycamore has going for it: Lamb burger sliders, a real jukebox (internet jukeboxes encourage crappy songs), a nice back patio, & most importantly, Fin du Monde beer in bottles. Read more.
A shuffleboard, lots of cheap beers, & a crowd that some might call rowdy but that we'd call spirited (in a good way) make this one of the funnest bars on Mission Street. Be ready for a great time. Read more.
This spot boasts one of the most original food & drink lineups we’ve seen in a long time. The food options include goodies like bourbon ice cream, a pork belly grilled cheese & wagyu sliders on buns. Read more.
Best on weekdays, this place is kind of like bar meets adult game room with a shuffle board, darts, a pool table, & a hoop shot game that's fun as hell. Read more.
Belt out your best “Careless Whisper” rendition on this sushi-spots accessed-by-elevator basement w/ ten variously sized/themed karaoke rooms, done up to look like Tokyo, SF, Osaka, NY, Hokkaido, etc Read more.
It's nice to see the 500 Club -- an old-school dive that starts serving booze in the early morning - still going strong. A sandwich shop across the street makes it hard not to spend hours here. Read more.
On Mon. & Tues. in its mezzanine, a server circulates to keep the get-together well irrigated. At night's end you get the bill, but each 8 oz. glass is only $3. Cologne beer on Mon. & Dusseldorf Tues. Read more.
15 Romolo is serving the best bar food in town (bar category, not restaurant-bar category). And of course, the drinks are among the city's elite. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
The Peanut Butter Jelly Time is sticky good fun, and the apple pie a la mode is just how mom made it. A champagne cocktail, like the kir royale, washes it all down nicely. Read more.
An authentic outdoor German beer garden, serving 6 Germanic beers on tap by the liter and half-liter. Food'll include two bigger-than-at-Suppenkuche pretzel offerings. Read more.
SF Weekly’s Best Of 2011 Winner – Editorial Pick – BEST TIKI DIVE BARThis tacky tiki charm, decent jukebox, & strong drinks all under $8 in this Outer Richmond cash-only bar… Read more.
divey fancy cocktails Read more.
Dine under the stars on dishes such as seared ahi tuna with herb-citrus vinaigrette, filet mignon steak tartar with quail egg or ginger-soy glazed baby back ribs and apple-pepper slaw. Read more.
The housemade hot dog is great...it's #68 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010. Read more.
Zeki's Bar is San Francisco's favorite neighborhood bar. Located on Nob Hill, we serve 11 draft beers and a great selection of wine and single malt whiskey. With 2 fireplaces and plenty of tables, it' Read more.
Good for sunny days. On the patio, there are several tables, plastic chairs, and umbrellas for shade. Read more.
They've got Chocolate Bacon. Need we say more? OK, we'll just say "Chocolate Bacon" again. Read more.