Founded in 1985 by two brothers, the Triple Rock Brewery is a laid-back taverna-style pub that serves craft beers from their own collection. The lime-up of brews includes several strong American ales such as the Monkey Head, Red Rock Ale and the Stonehenge Stout. Those who are uncertain about their preference can taste any of their tap beers first in a taster glass for a paltry sum. To nosh on, there are plenty of American bar snacks such as wings, burgers, sandwiches, fries and nachos.
Rustic and romantic, Freehouse is a haunt for the beer lover in you. The interior of this beer garden is made to look like a cozy living room; it is furnished with intimate seating spaces and the fireplace keeps patrons warm on colder evenings. Yellow lights and timber-clad walls give this place an old-school look. The outdoor seating in the spacious courtyard lets larger groups dine under the bright California sun. At Freehouse, the menu is ever changing but classics like Beer Poached Mussels, the house salad and Chicken Pot Pie never go out of style. Limited but potent cocktails are on offer along with beers sourced from eminent breweries.
This place has been serving up traditional pub fare, a few gourmet treats and lots of smiles in this congenial "publick" house atmosphere since 1981. If you are looking for a quick meal, want to catch a game on the television in the corner, or are just looking for a spirited good time, it is here. Sit at one of the tall tables or at the huge wood bar. The high ceilings and tall windows keep this place from falling into the dark, smoky sports bar category. Find dozens of beers on tap and a full bar. The menu features old standards like nachos and cheesy potato skins as well as the huge Henry's Burger.
This is the most unassuming of the Lower Haight dives, with lightning-fast bartenders and more microbrews than are usual at at bar. In fact, Toronado has over 50 beers on tap from such reputable breweries as Russian River and Anchor. The vibe is always good, the graffiti on the bathroom walls is legendary, and the company could not be better. When hunger strikes, you're free to bring in a sausage or three from Rosamunde right next door.
Billed as "San Francisco's Premier Dive Venue," Thee Parkside lives up to its claim by recreating the classic American dive bar in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood. For years the club has come to be known as the Bay Area's go-to venue for metal, 60s soul, country, indie and punk rock. It regularly hosts a wide range of special events such as the "Free Twang Sunday" where you can go and see the Bay Area's finest country and bluegrass bands for free. Thee Parkside's kitchen serves up dishes by a rotating roster of talented guest chefs. If you're tired of rock clubs that replace comfort with tribute bands, head down to Thee Parkside for a tall can of PBR and great music.
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.
Wine Down is a great spot for an after-work drink or even for bringing in the weekend with your friends. Its white-washed interiors and cozy atmosphere set a perfect tone for the place. Owned by two passionate oenophiles, the bar is known for their unique selection of beverages which are procured from wineries close to home. They also keep rotating their collection thus offering something new on every visit. Moreover, there's delectable food to sample along with those succinct wines.
Pink onion is a friendly and welcoming hangout that serves the culinary staples of the most beloved exports of Italy. The interior features graffiti style art giving the space an edgy, informal yet stunning look. You can choose to have your Pizza sitting indoors or even outdoors. This Italian spot has a terrific menu which is made with great care and passion. You surely would not want to miss a place that has it all - great ambiance, on tap wines and beer and a terrific menu. The place is a perfect place when you need a slice.
Sláinte, the Gaelic word for "cheers" or "to your health", is a good name for this traditional Irish Pub located in Jack London Square. The interiors feature a lot of dark wood, exposed brick walls, copper accessories and fixtures and the Irish colors. Above a cozy fireplace, you will find a portrait of James Joyce, while other walls have ones of Oscar Wilde. The pub hosts traditional Irish musicians and quiz nights. The food menu is small but features traditional Irish delicacies. Irish breakfast is available all day with dishes such as black and white pudding (imported from Ireland), eggs and boxty, and Irish bacon or sausage. The bar menu features classic cocktails, spirits, beers, and Irish whiskeys. Guinness is available on tap, and you might want to down traditional drinks such as Magners Irish Cider and Smithwick's Ale.
Urban Putt is San Francisco's first and only indoor miniature golf course with a restaurant and bar! This venue is an imaginative and technically sophisticated playground designed for people of all ages to enjoy mini golf! Urban Putt is a perfect destination to spend a fun day out with kids. In addition to mini golf you can enjoy arcade games as well. The bar offer a wide range of cocktails and other hard drinks. The menu has something for everyone, they have special meals on the menu specially tailored for children. You can also host private parties at the venue. To know more, contact them today!
Danville's charming neighborhood watering hole, Revel Kitchen & Bar is an ideal spot for a cozy meal. With booth and high-seated tables along with a streetside seating, the restaurant's relaxed setting comes alive with enthusiastic patrons. Serving bar snacks and small plates, the food menu also comprises mains for those with a bigger appetite. Lamb Sliders, Hummus Plates, and Meatball Sandwiches are some of the delicacies offered on their menu. An impressive wine list and a wide array of draft beer allow you to choose your favorite liquor. Sip on your glass of wine or beer and enjoy the delicious pub grub at this convivial restaurant.
Macaroni Sciue Sciue, the North Beach favorite offers little space, but a lot of great Italian food. The cozy little cafe is very small but possesses a charm. The staff is welcoming and limited outdoor seating is available. Considering the cafe's size, the menu is surprisingly vast, filled with Southern Italian cuisine. You might try the Melanzane e Gorgonzola or Gnocchi Gorgonzola e Arugula. The wine list is rather extensive, filled with many Italian and California wines. If you prefer a coffee beverage perhaps, there are also lattes, espressos and cappuccinos on the menu.