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Located in Hayes Valley, Biergarten is a popular outdoor watering hole. Sister to the German restaurant, Suppenküche, this traditional beer garden features sleek wooden picnic tables, mood lighting strung between the trees and fence, and a corrugated metal bar serving liter sized mugs of German beer. The cuisine is typical Bavarian, with bratwurst, a cabbage, carrots and beet salad and the ever popular soft pretzel with sauerkraut gracing the menu. Be sure to dress warm if you plan to come in the evening, the garden does not have heating lamps and San Francisco nights are notoriously foggy and cold.
Fig & Thistle is located between Octavia Street and Gough Street. This is an intimate place where one can spend time with friends while sipping some of their classy selection of wines. The staff here is very friendly and can be relied upon for selection of your drink. The ambience is very warm and cosy with little benches and snugly cushions. It is a great place for a date or to have long conversations with friends. They also serve cheeses and charcuterie made from locally sourced meat.
Have you ever been to a place where the food tastes as good as it is presented ?, then fear not cause 160 Bar and Kitchen is a place where you need to head. The dinner menu consists of dishes like Mulligatawny Soup, Crispy Okra and Lamb with pork meatballs. Complement your meals with beverages like beer and wine. Taste their traditional dessert options like curd and treacle with banana or Ceylon Tea semifreddo with almond streusel. Guests are usually dazzled by the artistic presentation of the dishes.
Anina is a lively neighborhood cocktail bar in Hayes Valley. The décor is colorful and vibrant with bright pastel colors, tropical murals as well as paintings adorning the walls. The picnic table-style seating and outdoor patio area add to the friendly and welcoming ambiance. The exotic cocktails and craft beers on offer are the USP of this bar. The bar is pet-friendly and open till the late hours of the night throughout the week.
Tucked away in a typically San-Franciscan house on Hayes Street, Brass Tacks is a trendy neighborhood bar and restaurant. Dominated by the bar and the chandelier of hand-blown cylinders, you can sit on one of the bar stools or at a little booth at the back as you sample on of their special cocktails. The atmosphere is lively, with music in the background and a relaxed, fun vibe. A nice place to get a drink with friends, or relax after work.
This new spot located in the heart of San Francisco is a perfect joint to, drop in, grab a drink or have a small bite. This trendy bar has a terrific selection of beers that also includes some sour beers which are well fermented. The bites menu is carefully chosen to perfectly pair along with the beer selection. This bar surely embodies everything from an amazing ambiance, gracious bartenders and crackling portions – everything that a good bar should have.