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Reflecting San Francisco's sun-bleached flamboyance and flavors of authentic Mediterranean cuisine, the Pearl 6101 is a melange of Californian and Mediterranean cultures. An elegant all-white space with brown and black accents of cozy seating, the restaurant has an exquisite yet warm appeal to its vibe. Ideal for lunch, dinners and weekend brunches, the restaurant offers an extensive menu in food and drinks. Delicacies like Roasted Cauliflower with Hummus, Wild Rice Hamachi Crudo to name a few, are must-try from the menu. Choose from a variety of in-house cocktails or sorbets and ice creams to have a sumptuous meal.
There is no sign announcing this place, so be on the lookout for the overflowing planter boxes. These colorful flowers flank ornate doors of carved wood and glass. Inside, a quiet bar and private tables await, as well as a friendly welcome and great service. The menu at the Brazen Head highlights traditional favorites such as sandwiches, steaks, Veal Piccata and cocktails mixed to perfection. Food, as well as drink, is served till the wee hours.
An elegant Parisian bistro meets a casual San Franciscan eatery at this Hayes Valley establishment. Located on Gogh Street, Monsieur Benjamin is a handsome affair with contemporary dark-wood furniture and butcher-paper-topped tables illuminated by suspended light bulbs. Once you're done taking in the simplistic glory that the bistro glows with, order up a pommes gaufrette, then proceed to something like the duck confit or go for the Mediterranean seabass, if you're a fan of seafood. You should pair these gorgeously plated preparations with something from their well-considered wine list. And, finish the meal with one of their divine desserts, perhaps the Palmier ice cream or gateau marjolaine - you'd be soon coming back for more!
The Royal Cuckoo is an adorable spot, perfect for a date or for an evening of quieter conversations with friends. The interior of the place is beautiful; it's dimly lit with Christmas lights and the glow emanating from small, glass lamps create a warm ambiance. Wood dominates the interior of this place and its attractive bar, Vinyl-record background and the Hammond B3 organ are hard to miss. The place serves beer, wine and spirits but it is most popular for the impeccably-made cocktails. The Old Dance, The Rosy Nail, Danish Daisy, Bitter Cup, and the Royal Cuckoo are some of the many famous and dramatic concoctions served here. The place plays only old-school Vinyl records and hosts live music on certain nights of the week. For those of you who wish to get away from the hipster ambiance, the tree-lined, flower-covered patio awaits patiently.
Rickhouse was the name for warehouses where whiskeys were stored to age. Now, the name is used for a chic and very trendy bar. The decor is rustic, with a fireplace and wooden barrel design. Their cocktails are especially good, but they also have a very impressive selection of beers, wines, and rare liquors.
This club, perched on the 21st floor of the Sir Francis Drake Hotel is a glamorous place to enjoy top-shelf liquors and colorful cocktails with panoramic views of the city and beyond, as well as live music. Experience classic cocktail service in 1930s-inspired decadence, along with dripping-with-crystal chandeliers and voluptuous flower arrangements. The stand-up Biedermeier-style bar can accommodate the most expensive tastes, such as Dom Perignon Rosé. A light-fare menu is also available; it's gourmet, of course. Drop in on Sunday afternoons for brunch and the drag show called Sunday's a Drag.
Occupying a gorgeous historic space that was once a buzzing hub of jazz music, Monroe is where patrons lounge in style. The interiors are breathtaking, with exposed brick through the space, soft, warm lighting and sumptuous golden sofas. The decor is decidedly inspired from the history of the space and invokes a certain glamour from the time. The full service bar offers expertly mixed cocktails as well as a fine selection of spirits. The beautiful space is available for private events as well.
Located within SF's historic Fairmont Hotel, Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar is a kitschy bamboo lounge that is for anyone who always wanted to visit the set of “Fantasy Island.” During the happy hours, indulge in some fruity umbrella drinks, the simulated tropical storm (yes, it really rains), and the intentionally cheesy soft-rock house band to lull you away to that paradise cruise you never took. Snacks and meals are both pricey, but the food's not the main reason for coming here. The Kalua pork is a highly recommended menu item, but you had best order them with a round of Mai-Tais; they're rumored to be the city's finest.
Brought to you by the same people who opened Absinthe Brasserie & Bar, Comstock Saloon is a lively establishment that maintains a Barbary Coast ambiance while serving up some delicious contemporary American food. Complete with a 20-foot mahogany bar, the cocktails here are legendary, as are the live music performances. Dishes have included the rustic yet decadent concoctions like Beef Shank and Bone Marrow Pot Pie and Ricotta Gnocchi. If you want a place to simply unwind, an evening at Comstock Saloon won't disappoint.
Tucked away in the heart of the city, this elegant spot offers up a fine combination of spirits and live jazz. The interiors at Mr. Tipple's will take you back in time, dominated by rich wooden hues, warm lighting and understated decor. A dainty stage plays host to well-known names in jazz, nightly. Enjoy the performances with expertly mixed cocktails from the bar. There's a fine selection of light bites as well, to accompany your drinks.
Two levels of pure indulgence - that is Monarch for you! One floor is a refined lounge, where art nouveau decor and skillfully-crafted cocktails rule the roost, and the other is a world of music with state-of-the-art acoustics and top class DJs. Both floors display innovative design elements and make for a comfortable space to simply relax or to dance your cares away. The club/bar with its eclectic crowd and energetic ambiance has provided a visible facelift to the entire neighborhood.
Audio in SoMa is for all who love dancing. The futuristic LED lighting with an infinity mirror and the redolent retro Cadillac decor are a perfect balance of the old and the new. Featuring one of the best sound systems in the neighborhood, a pivotal dance floor and two bars, this swank club has everything for a fun night out with friends. Groove to the music spun by talented DJs while sipping a drink or two and dance like there is no tomorrow.