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Place Pigalle

Place Pigalle

This dive gives those in Hayes Valley who'd rather not drop rent on a bar tab a place to go. Locals love the pool table and the foosball table, and after looking around at the well-worn couches, one may wonder, "Wait, am I in a frat house?"
The Final Final

The Final Final

Its walls covered by 49ers and Giants memorabilia, the Final Final is a solid place to kick back and watch sports in the Marina, with a crowd of regulars, sports enthusiasts, and whoever else shows up to enjoy the pool table, dartboard, and free popcorn.


With nightly DJs playing good ol' rock 'n' roll, Delirium's small, black-walled back room is one of the city's coolest places when the DJs are firing on all cylinders. And with a motto like "service for the sick," we can dig it.

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  • Pachamama Restaurant

    Pachamama Restaurant

    1630 Powell San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-646-0018 Rousing entertainment and high spirits are the (excellent) reasons to visit this intimate world-music nightspot, but the mostly unexciting menu of Andean specialties offers a few delights as well, among them the spicy beef turnovers known as salteñas, shortbread cookies layered with thick caramel (alfajores), and a light, crisp sangria. The venue's owners, the Sukay folk ensemble, perform every Saturday night. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • The Page

    The Page

    298 Divisadero San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-255-6101 The Haight? NoPa? Divis? Whatever you want to call this neighborhood, The Page has been its living room for years, with too-legitimately-old-to-be-"retro" furniture, plus a pool table and foosball for when you're feeling competitive. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Palmer's Tavern

    2298 Fillmore St. San Francisco, CA 94115

  • Pandora Karaoke & Bar

    177 Eddy San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-359-1888 Tenderloin/Union Square bar featuring a slick main lounge plus 15 private themed karaoke rooms available for reservation, with songs available in many Asian languages. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Paradisco Lounge

    2272 Telegraph Oakland, CA 94612

  • Paragon


    701 Second St. San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-537-9020 Few ballpark-centric eateries are as inviting as Paragon, where the atmosphere is warm and friendly, the banquettes are big and comfortable, the bar offers a dozen artisan drafts, and the kitchen serves up American comfort food like braised pot roast, a ginormous Cobb salad, and butter-pecan bread pudding. The dining room is all draped, earth-toned stylishness, and the patio is a delight on balmy afternoons. But the bar is the place to be, especially between April and October, when the duck confit fries and pulled-pork sliders taste terrific with your Juan Collins and the Giants keep the crowds humming. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Park 77 Sports Bar

    77 Cambon San Francisco, CA 94132

  • Park Chalet Garden Restaurant

    Park Chalet Garden Restaurant

    1000 Great Highway San Francisco, CA 94121
    415-386-8439 This "garden restaurant" - a sister eatery to the Beach Chalet that's located directly behind its sibling on the Great Highway - serves casual dining fare and its own excellent microbrews in a setting that's custom-made for sunny afternoons. When the weather's warm, it's hard to beat the Park Chalet's green grass backyard and its views of the Dutch windmill in adjacent Golden Gate Park. Live jazz and funk bands often set up on the patio to provide music to accompany your microbrew, although if the sound is too loud - or the ocean breeze too chilly - you can always repair to the equally bright interior seating area, where glass ceilings, a stone fireplace, and open arrangement feel almost as natural as the patio itself.Don't skip dessert, particularly the bread pudding. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Parkway Lounge

    1850 Park Oakland, CA 94606

  • The Parlor

    The Parlor

    2801 Leavenworth San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-775-5110 With something for everyone, the Parlor can be your sports bar broadcasting a game from any of its five TVs. It can be your dive, with the pool table under dim lights in the middle of the bar. It can be your club with the huge dance floor in a back room. It can even be your concert venue: there's a stage set up for bands and on Thursdays there's live music with no cover. As the night goes on, the cover goes up, so it's a good idea to get in early for free (or e-mail ahead of time for the guest list, which closes by 8 p.m.). Though it bills itself as a club, the decor and the drinks are no frills - Manhattans, classic margaritas, or $7 Patrón shots are the most popular offerings. And because of its casual atmosphere, it makes a good starting place before making the rounds. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Pass Time

    4663 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94112

  • Pause Wine Bar

    1666 Market San Francisco, CA 94102

  • Peacock Lounge

    Peacock Lounge

    552 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117

  • The Peaks

    The Peaks

    1316 Castro San Francisco, CA 94114

    Don't be fooled by the gothically arched windows on The Peaks' faux-stone exterior -- there's nothing too stuffy or sanctimonious about this otherwise unfancy little bar. The only things sacred here are the 49ers' Super Bowl victories, while the interior's fake wood paneling, weighty pool table, and American beer paraphernalia guarantee that you can't ever be dressed too casually to drop in for a shot of bourbon and a Bud. The pre-electric cash register behind the bar, however, means you'll need to bring cash, because they don't accept credit cards. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Pedro

    Pedro's Cantina

    128 King San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-896-5644 Cavernous, bright, and bustling during baseball season, Pedro's Cantina is the connected sibling of Pete's Tavern in South Beach: the two bars/restaurants share a sprawling ground-floor complex directly across the street from the stadium, so together they're a geographically ideal place to meet before or after the Giants take the field. (The daily 4-7 p.m. happy hour is nixed on game days, however.) If you're grubbing it up, Pedro's food menu sticks to meat-and-cheese basics like tacos, nachos, and quesadillas, with prices in the vicinity of $7-$15. If you're just drinking, the central bar offers eight macrobrew taps, numerous Mexican beers in the bottle, and a full bar featuring a variety of tequila specials. Pedro's is a fairly gringo establishment, so sombreros are not required - but Giants caps are enthusiastically recommended, of course. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Pelican Inn

    Pelican Inn

    10 Pacific Way Muir Beach, CA 94965
    415-383-6000 Quaint. Adorable. British. These are the first words that come to mind when visiting the Pelican Inn, a cottage-like hotel, restaurant, and pub in small Muir Beach, CA. Diners can choose to sit in the low-ceilinged main room and tuck in to the full menu of traditional English meals, or simply nibble at pub grub in the cozy bar area or trellised back patio. If you're not hungry -- and the weather's nice -- you can also take a heavy pitcher of ale or glass of wine outside, stretch out on the grassy front lawn, and easily imagine you're living an English countryside lifestyle rather than being mere steps from the Pacific Ocean. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Peri's

    29 Broadway Fairfax, CA 94930

  • Pete's 881 Club

    721 Lincoln San Rafael, CA 94901
    415-453-5888 Advertising itself as "the only legal place to gamble in Marin County," this San Rafael card room also offers a full bar, sports broadcasts on numerous TVs, and a pub grub menu served past midnight. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Pete

    Pete's Tavern

    128 King San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-817-5040 Located across from AT&T Park, this massive sports bar is an easy go-to spot for pre- or post-game libations. Be warned: during baseball season, you may be met with a sea of screaming Giants fans. During the off-season, Pete's plays host to every other sport imaginable, so there's never a lack of team spirit. Huge TVs and multiple big screens hang from every wall, in almost every corner. The decor is rustic, with a horseshoe bar and cathedral ceilings that give off a farmhouse feel. Keeping with this homestead vibe, the tavern offers seasonal specialty drinks such as hot buttered rum with house batter and spicy Irish coffee with fresh cream. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Philosopher's Club

    824 Ulloa St. San Francisco, CA 94127

    What's the sound of one hand drinking a Jaeger bomb? You can discuss that koan and other intellectual riddles at the Philosopher's Club -- which is not a club at all, but rather an unpretentious local bar located immediately adjacent to the West Portal train station. A recent interior facelift has unfortunately polished away some of the scruffy older charm, but an amateur mural of famous thinkers still stares down from the ceiling, so be sure to raise a glass to Nietszche the next time you drop in. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • The Phoenix Bar & Irish Gathering House

    The Phoenix Bar & Irish Gathering House

    811 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-695-1811 The Phoenix's fiery red neon sign (inspired by its name, no doubt) might not scream "Irish pub" to you, but the dark wood interior, Guinness and Harp on draft, and Hibernian menu help clarify this Mission bar's cultural origins. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Phone Booth

    Phone Booth

    1398 S. Van Ness San Francisco, CA 94110

    Hipsterphobes may wish to avoid the Phone Booth, a kitschy li'l Mission dive bar that attracts a young crowd sporting the latest anti-fashions. But if you can overlook the indie posturing, you will be well rewarded by the pool table, a jukebox full of post-punk gems, and bartenders that serve cheap, stiff drinks in a setting that feels like a thrift store with liquor. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Pier 23 Cafe

    Pier 23 Cafe

    Pier 23 San Francisco, CA 94111
    415-362-5125 Its location on the Embarcadero - smack dab in the midpoint between the Ferry Building to Fisherman's Wharf - makes Pier 23 a draw for tourists seeking refreshment as well as locals who want to catch live music by the bay. Fried oysters, peel-and-eat prawns, cracked crab, and an excellent hamburger are the menu's mainstays, and daily specials might include cioppino, roast pork carnitas, a blackened snapper po' boy, or grilled swordfish with capers. Most evenings and weekends see reggae, funk, jazz, blues, and rock bands set up in the back of the bar for mellow jams and danceable party tunes, while sunny afternoons make the bayside seating seem like a dream. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Pier 45

    45 Pier San Francisco, CA 94124

  • The Pig and Whistle

    The Pig and Whistle

    2801 Geary San Francisco, CA 94118
    415-885-4779 Outfitted in bric-a-brac, the Pig and Whistle's ornaments embody the cozy character of a traditional pub. Brass trinkets, old spoons, and metalwork are sprinkled around the main room. Down the hallway that leads to the pool table, the walls are adorned with framed vintage maps and found photos. Serving up breaded, battered, and buttered pub grub such as bangers and mash, fish and chips, pasties, and shepherd's pie alongside European lagers and ales, the Pig and Whistle aims to keep you seated for some time with a full stomach. Always a pretty social place, it gets packed on Wednesday and Sunday evenings for the pub quiz. The crowd is predominantly college students, but it's not a rowdy or rude bunch. In the main room, you can tinker around on the jukebox, play trivia, or shoot darts; in the back room, you can play pinball. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

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