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Charmaine's is a rooftop cocktail lounge at the Proper Hotel. Here one can enjoy inventive drinks along with highbrow bar bites, while enjoying the views of the city's skyline. The place has been tastefully designed with stylish furnishings, bright colors and patterns, and an outdoor seating with fire pits. They have an impressive drink list that featuring Californian beers and a fine selection of wine and cocktails by the Bon Vivants. Do try their fancy hot dogs that are creatively prepared and are loved by one and all.
A product of the Long Now Foundation, an organization dedicated to encouraging long-term thought and social and cultural responsibility as well as maintaining a collection of human artifacts, The Interval at Long Now is the Marina's best all-in-one bar, coffeehouse, library, museum, and event space. With a cocktail and non-alcoholic drink list specially designed by award-winning bartender Jennifer Calliau, coffee by Sightglass Roastery, tea by Samovar, and an assortment of small bites and snacks, The Interval caters to all tastes. Whether you're settling in next to one of the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, attending a lecture or special event, or browsing the small museum of Long Now Foundation artifacts, The Interval is the perfect place to enjoy great food, drink, and conversation.
Sightglass is an independently owned coffee company that has come to be known for its quality, roasted coffee. Quality of this level can only be achieved through an active involvement in the sourcing and processing of the beans; a feature that is sometimes lost in larger companies. The Sightglass cafe at SoMa is set within an open, bright and spacious industrial building, that encompasses the company's headquarters, roaster and flagship coffee bar, where delicious brews are hand-crafted daily. With the aroma of freshly brewed premium roasts, friendly service and a pleasant ambiance, Sightglass is a haven for all who appreciate coffee that is crafted with passion and care. The cafe also stocks a selection of coffee from all around the world that is available for purchase.
Set in a modern space, The Mill has managed to treat its guests with fresh, delicious and hearty fare. Dark Mountain Rye Toast and Sesame Poppy Bread are some of the snacks served here. The ingredients added to the dishes are freshly prepared and seasonal add-ons like Smoked Salmon Cream Cheese and Housemade Nutella Jam are also available. Cookies and donuts are also available in a variety of weekly changing flavors. Baked goods can also be purchased from here. The walls here are decorated with contemporary paintings by local artists and the restaurant also features wooden and marble table tops. If you want to have a long conversation or even a meeting then feel free to sip a cup of coffee and relax either in the cozy interiors or at the patio outside.
The head chef at The Ramen Bar, Ken Tominaga, hails from Tokyo and brings with him a wealth of experience in Japanese cooking. His partnership with San Francisco-based chef Michael Mina has led to a fusion of recipes and the result is Japanese food that meets American standards of casual dining and quick service. The Ramen (noodle soup) served here is influenced by the distinct style of cooking in Tokyo. Diners can enjoy Ramen in varieties like Shrimp and Crab Dumpling, Chasu Miso-Butter Hokkaido and Mushroom and Soy. The menu also includes salads, Donburi (rice bowls) and side dishes. The food is complemented by Sake and Asian teas such as Hong Kong Milk Tea. Guests with special dietary requirements can avail of gluten-free options.
This little restaurant at Nob Hill has a wholesome feel to it. Breakfasts just get better with coffee, bagel sandwiches, quiches and breads, all served hot and piping. The area is well lit so you can solve that crossword while sipping on a soda. Lunch and dinner also have good variations of dishes. The wines are worth a try. And since it is popular with locals, the food runs out often. So be warned! Visit the place with a group of friends and spend an unforgettable time at the Nook. Call for details.
Cockscomb, opened in 2014, serves delectable American cuisine and has an impressive bar. Owned jointly by Chef Chris Cosentino and Oliver Wharton, this restaurant and bar is one of the most popular hangouts in San Francisco. Their culinary expertise, mingled with a fantastic decor, makes this restaurant perfect for a special dinner or a lunch with close friends. Loyal patrons swear by their Bacon Chop, Beef Heart Tartare and Pin Bone Steak.
A gaming parlor, cocktail lounge, bowling alley and dining space, is what Fifth Arrow is all about. This subterranean spot below the August Hall is reminiscent of a speakeasy from the Prohibition Era. From table-top games to bowling, fabulous cocktails and delicious food, this place is a great hangout option in the downtown ares with friends.
Amid the bustling Financial District is located the cozy Atlas Tap Room. The faux brick wall and soft lighting perfectly complements the laid-back atmosphere that this place seems to enjoy. Mostly frequented by the neighboring work crowds, this place is largely popular for their cheese platter, charcuterie and amazing California beer and wine, both of which are available on tap. Since they shut shop at 10p, be sure to head there early so you have ample time to eat and drink to your heart's fill. Whether you fancy a tall glass of beer after work, or just wish to unwind with good food and wine, Atlas Tap Room is the place to be.
The Boardroom redefines the concept of a conventional sports bar and has something for every sport enthusiast, be it football, surfing, hockey or baseball. The television screens broadcast major events such as the Olympics and World Cups as well as less important matches. The ambiance is casual and customers can sip a variety of libations while cheering for their favorite teams. It also serves dinner, consisting of barbecue dishes, tacos, American salads and sandwiches, and a delicious brunch on weekends. The specialties include Bacon-Wrapped Tater Tots and margaritas. There is something special everyday such as quiz nights, charity bartending and discounts on food and drinks. This bar specializes in hosting private parties and offers services such as a DJ and catering.
Blackthorn Tavern is a quiet bar in a quiet neighborhood. It has a cozy and relaxing pub atmosphere, a perfect spot to enjoy a 20-ounce Guinness or one of the many other excellent choices on tap. You can also enjoy comedy, live music and dart competitions throughout the week. Even if there is nothing going on entertainment-wise, there is no better spot to kick back and unwind over a brew after a long day at work.
Peacekeeper, situated on Bush Street in the heart of San Francisco, is the go-to bar for many in the neighborhood. The retractable glass ceiling here lets in plenty of sunlight and fresh air making this place ideal to grab a drink and unwind on a balmy day. Cocktails like the Jetset, Big E-Z, Goddaughter, Green Goddess and Ryemundo on the menu here are all prepared by their talented mixologists. They know just how to prepare the perfect cocktails which are concoction of different spirits and refreshing ingredients. Order a side of chips and salsa to complement your glass of cocktail, beer or wine.