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Hi Tops is not only a gay bar but also a sports bar. Nestled in the Castro neighborhood, this casual hangout welcomes all into its lively ambiance. Television screens, displaying various sports, dot the walls, around which like-minded fans cheer for their favorite players while drinking cocktails and beers. The menu features a delicious array of finger foods. On offer are sandwiches, corn dog, pretzels, chili and burger, but the most popular of all is their Buffalo Wings.
Catch a game and enjoy a beer at San Francisco Athletic Club. With 28 TVs showing every type of game you can image, this sports bar loves everything and anything related to sports. The sports themed decor creates a welcoming atmosphere, with walls made from bleacher seats, punching bags put up, cages filled with baseballs, and an old gym floor that's been turned into a bar top. Grab a seat at a booth with its own TV, order some burgers and wings, and then share a bathtub full of beers (that right, the beers actually come in a bathtub!). What more could a sports lover want?
This sports bar offers a tasty menu, cool music and immaculate service. A great place to enjoy beer with your buddies while you watch Sunday morning football. The bartenders have East Coast accents and the whole joint is decorated with sports memorabilia, with a heavy emphasis on Boston sports. Tons of TVs and satellite channels make every game its home. Dishes are aptly named after famous athletes.
Located right at AT&T Park, Public House is always packed when the Giants are playing. When there isn't a game, locals pour in for the spectacular happy hour and the huge TVs showing all of the biggest sports games. Beer connoisseurs will appreciate the beer flights and specialty draft and bottled beers. The menu isn't anything to scoff at, either. Food items are sourced from some of San Francisco's biggest providers, like Humphry Slocombe and 4505 Meats.
Green's Sports Bar is widely considered to be the best in the city and is a sports-lovers dream. You can call ahead and request that your game of choice be played, but odds are it's already on one of the 15 TVs and two big screens. Menu's for many of the local pizza parlors and restaurants are provided and can be delivered to you while you lounge. A great place to watch the game, Green's has local parking and is always a good time.
Rumor has it that this bar and restaurant was built to accommodate the crowds generated by the baseball stadium across the street. If this is true, there is only one question. Where will they fit? The bar and patio are packed every night with sports fans at MoMo's. Escape to the dining room, where you can enjoy hearty American favorites. The restaurant also serves as a private dining room where you can throw a lavish party for loved ones.
After a day riding Muni, you can recover at this bar. The well drinks are reason enough to come here, even if you do not want to watch a game on one of the several televisions. Quality stuff like Skyy and Tanqueray is mixed into cocktails. The crowd of mellow people in their twenties and thirties, bikini-clad beer girl posters and Athletics memorabilia make this a comfortingly familiar atmosphere for any sports fan.
Kezar has everything that a normal pub can offer, plus it uses sustainable and locally grown ingredients, and has nice big windows that look out on the bustling activity of the Cole Valley area. The food is traditional pub fare, with burgers, sandwiches (like the classic BLT), salads, and appetizers, plus some Mexican dishes like empanadas and quesadillas. Add to that a good wine list and about fifteen beers on tap, and you've got a nice neighborhood pub, right off the N-Judah Muni line.