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Neighborhood: Tender Nob – l998 Sutter St. in San Francisco, on the corner of Sutter and Hyde.

What you’ll find: We are a neighborhood bar with a little bit of everything, including nine flat screen TVs so you dont miss a game, a brand new golden T, a jukebox that usually has the Rolling Stones or Springsteen coming out of it. We have cheap drink prices, friendly bartenders and clean bathrooms. Home base for all four major New York sports teams as well as the Wisconsin badgers Alumni group.

What to order: Our Favorite order is a BJ, i.e. Budweiser or Bud light and a shot of Jameson for $8

Fun fact: We open at 6 A.M. everyday of the year! Christmas, Thanksgiving, and New Years day. No, we don't serve food and yes we're serious!

Crowd: Being open 20 hours a day a wide range of characters come in. Midnight shift workers, FiDi people for happy hour, sports enthusiasts, east coasters, and restaurant and bar industry folks.

Upcoming events: We have done bus trips to games, brewerys, and Golden Gate Fields as well as boat trips to McCovey Cove. Best way to stay informed is through our Facebook page.  

Drink specials not to miss: Take your pick! Well drinks are $4 everyday from 6am-8pm. Monday's special is a $4 Jameson shot, and Wednesday is ladies night where women get two-for-one drinks.


Tope Bar

Neighborhood: North Beach – 1326 Grant Ave. in San Francisco.

What you’ll find: When you walk in you’ll notice the old-fashioned lighting, tin ceiling, funky wallpaper, rotating artwork, and the old school back bar. You may also notice the deep and balanced bass urging you to get your groove on, or the unique and expansive selection of draft and bottled beers.
What to order: If creative cocktails are your thing, then try one of our artisinal cocktails. You will appreciate the fresh herbs, fruit compotes, and wide selection of bitters.
Fun Fact: The word “tope” is a verb that means to drink alcohol habitually and in excess. So, get toping!

Crowd: It’s a casual, mixed crowd with locals and tourists alike.

Drink specials not to miss: We have a late happy hour until 10pm every day that includes $3 wells and beers on tap. 

Bus Stop Bar

Neighborhood: Marina – 1901 Union Street

What you’ll find: There’s something for everyone – friendly bartenders, pool, Big Buck Hunter, Ms. PacMan, 17 big screen TVs so you will never miss a game, and much, much more.
What to order: Choose from a great selection of inexpensive drinks.
Fun Fact: Bus Stop is one of the oldest bars in San Francisco and was founded in 1900!
Crowd: Casual atmosphere with plenty of big-time sports fans.
Drink specials not to miss: We're known for our tasty Bloody Marys


Gussie's Chicken and Waffles