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Neighborhood: Western Addition – 1521 Eddy in San Francisco

What you’ll find: True home cooking with a crazy mix of flavors

What to order: Taste of the South fried chicken special. 

Fun Fact: Sunday dinner every night!

Clientele/ crowd: casual

Drink specials not to miss: Happy Hour M-F, 4-7:30pm with specials on drinks and 1/2 off appetizers.

 


Pilsner Inn

Neighborhood: Castro -- 225 Church St. in San Francisco

What you’ll find: Since 1980,  Pilsner Inn has been entertaining and quenching the thirsts of San Francisco's gay (and straight!) community

What to order: huge selection of our best draft and bottled beers at unbelievable prices.

Fun Fact: You could say every hour is happy hour here!!

Clientele/ crowd: casual

Drink specials not to miss: Variety of specials on cocktails along with shot specials. 


 


Cable Car City Pub & Cafe

Neighborhood: Downtown- 1 Hallidie Plaza, 5th and Market in San Francisco

What you’ll find:
A great place to catch your favorite teams on our 10 tv's.

What to order: Try our Effen cucumber bloody Mary made with our own bloody Mary mix and fresh basil.

Fun Fact: We have outdoor seating and serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Clientele/ crowd: A mix of locals and out of towners.

Drink specials not to miss:
Generous $5 Jameson shots all day and happy hour 3-6 Monday- Saturday. 


 


El Rio

Neighborhood: Mission/BernalHeights- 3158 Mission St in San Francisco

What you’ll find: Organized mayhem under the sky and often involving clowns...

What to order: Something with booze in it!!!

Fun Fact: There's a bicycle hanging in a tree on the patio, can you find it?

Clientele/ crowd: Freaks, weirdos, loads of queers and some of the nicest people you will ever meet.

Drink specials not to miss: Best one... Come in on your birthday and we will hook you up!

 


McTeague's Saloon

Neighborhood: 1237 Polk Street  SF, (415) 776-1237, Polk Gulch

What you’ll find: We are currently in the process of our second round of renovations since we opened in 2008. In our first expansion, we added a 2nd bar in the middle "lounge" section. With a few extra flat-screen's and a pool table.

What to order: We have one of best beers selections on Polk street and we are always trying out new local and other various micro brews from time to time just to mix it up.

Fun Fact: Since we opened our doors in 2008, we've been working hard to become a Polk Street institution.  Even our name derives from a book about a San Francisco dentist who set up shop on Polk street in nearly our exact same location.