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They're there for your best times, worst times, and everything in between. As we brace ourselves for the unknown severity of the Coronavirus sheltered at home, one thing is for certain, the hardworking men & women behind the counter are out of work and vulnerable to the financial burdens which remain unchanged. Please consider supporting those that are always there to support us.

 

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BIIG

Limited to 16 patrons at any given time, this reservation-only bespoke bar is an exceptionally intimate experience wherein you are relieved of the burden of decision-making and one of a kind cocktails are made purely based on your taste preference.

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Barrel Proof

A spacious neighborhood sports bar with tasty American comfort food.

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Beehive

"The Beehive is a ‘60s-inspired neighborhood cocktail bar that channels free-spirited, funkier times. Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District, The Beehive offers era apropos craft cocktails and delicious fare that exudes modern Mad Men vibes. Turn on, tune in, drop out of your daily and take a detour to The Beehive." - Beehive Website

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Bergerac

"Bergerac is equal parts craft cocktail bar and impromptu house party. The inspiration for Bergerac is the legendary Villa Nellcôte, an old French mansion where the Rolling Stones recorded their seminal album "Exile on Main Street." During their stay, the band threw parties and savored the best food and drink served by their entourage and renowned personal chef." - Bergerac Website

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Churchill

"Churchill serves up straightforward, world-class cocktails in a space that recalls WWII-era bars and canteens. If a well-traveled diplomat needed a stiff drink during his stopover in San Francisco during the 1940s, we like to think this would be his favorite watering hole. We’ve mixed vintage fixtures, raw and reclaimed materials with modern accents to create an atmosphere of unpretentious sophistication: Yes, our bar is handcrafted from a single slab of walnut. No, we don’t expect you to be gentle with it." - Churchill Website

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Devil's Acre

"In The Devil's Acre we pay tribute to the Barbary Coast era of the 1850's to the early 1900's. This area was born during the California Gold Rush. However, the San Francisco Barbary Coast was not a place in which to lose your wits. The early decades of the Barbary Coast were blighted by persistent lawlessness, bordellos and gambling. As time developed, the city government wrestled and turned the Barbary Coast into a maturing entertainment scene of dance halls and jazz clubs that would influence American culture for years to come. Don't be afraid to come join us at The Devil's Acre and step inside to sample a time when the difference between a saloon keeper and pharmacist wasn’t much, and both were prone to prescribing a variety of alcohol based mixtures that were supposed to “cure what ails you.”" - Devil's Acre Website

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Horsefeather

"A casual neighborhood cocktail gathering place, with an adeptly designed interior loosely inspired by the american arts & crafts period. featuring a well-executed list of cocktails with fresh ingredients, housemade syrups and showcasing new american food offerings that are fluid, diverse and eclectic." - Horsefeather Website

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Last Rites

One of our favorite Tiki bars in the city, Last Rites! Their meticulous attention to detail in both decor and libations will have you feeling like you could actually be plane-wrecked on a deserted island, in the best way possible way. Stop by for their Golden Hour from 5 to 6pm every weekday for a selection of $9 cocktails.

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Nightingale

Nightingale is a new SF fern bar that is simply fern-tastic with 2 floors, 2 bars, plentiful seating, and a budget friendly menu of cocktails so good it’s not even fern-y. This stunning bar features 70s disco music and eye-catching phosphorescent lighting + decor.

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Pacific Cocktail Haven

"Thanks to talented bartenders around town, high-quality spirits, and innovative ingredients, there's no better time than the present to be a drinker in San Francisco. And if you're craving some of the very best libations in town, look no further than these cocktail bars (and a few restaurants with excellent bar programs) for boozy concoctions that are creative, thoughtful, and incredibly drinkable." - EaterSF

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Pagan Idol

"Pagan Idol is a Tiki bar located in the Financial District of San Francisco housed in a historical space that was once home to the infamous Tiki Bob's Mainland Rendezvous. As you enter Pagan Idol you find yourself in the belly of a wooden ship that will transport you off the streets of San Francisco and deliver you to an exotic escape. Enter the back room at your own risk and encounter the sounds and sights of a tropical island, complete with starry night sky and erupting volcano." - Pagan Idol Website

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Rye SF

Order directly through their instagram anytime between 2-7PM.

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Showdown SF

"WELCOME! We hope everyone is safe and healthy. Our goal is to provide a break from the frozen food and ramen with a daily rotating menu of specials and drinks. We are deeply committed to upholding the standards put out by the CDC for hygiene, sanitation, and safe food handling. We will be offering items from Showdown, Tempest, Louies and Connecticut Yankee." - Pour Guys Website

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Snug

A welcoming cozy neighborhood cocktail bar located in Pac Heights with a fantastic list of unique cocktails. Great for first dates or just a change of pace from the bars in downtown SF.

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Treasury

"The Treasury is a lively, lighthearted bar located in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District. We offer delicious cocktails, craft beer, well-chosen wine, and chef-caliber bar snacks in a beautiful 1916 Beaux Arts space that feels lush, classic, and comfortable. We’re delighted to serve you." - Treasury Website

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White Chapel

"Featuring the largest gin selection in North America and a carefully chosen cocktail menu that celebrates the history and traditions of this amazing spirit. Far from the painfully serious spirit that gin has developed a reputation for, our offerings showcase gin’s versatility and lively approachability." - White Chapel Website

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Zombie Village

"After the rise, fall, and revival of Tiki...over three quarters of a century after Skipper Kent's Zombie Village opened, the urge to create a tropical paradise, where one could escape from reality, is still strong, and the Bay Area remains a hotbed for tiki culture. The team that brought us Pagan Idol was inspired to create another tiki bar - one that would pay honor and homage to the late, great Skipper Kent and his dream of a place where his guest would enjoy wonderful drinks and receive extraordinary island hospitality. In 2019, The Zombie Village opened in San Francisco's Tenderloin District shocking those who couldn't believe that the Bay Area would come to have another tiki bar, and delighting everyone who has walked through its doors." - Zombie Village Website

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