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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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  • The Taco Shop at Underdogs

    The Taco Shop at Underdogs

    1824 Irving San Francisco, CA 94122

  • Tank18

    1345 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103

  • Taverna Aventine

    Taverna Aventine

    582 Washington San Francisco, CA 94111

  • Tee Off Bar and Grill

    Tee Off Bar and Grill

    3129 Clement San Francisco, CA 94121
    415-752-5439 Ever since the Food Network dropped by this bar across the street from Lincoln Park's golf course, some people have been getting the wrong idea about the Tee Off. Guy Fierl described it as a "five star dive bar" -- yet newcomers who've heard about the Tee Off's now-famous food apparently missed the "dive bar" part of Fierl's phrase. They come in expecting a fancy chophouse instead. The Tee Off, however, is anything but fancy. AstroTurf-style plastic grass sits in place of carpeting. A NASCAR lamp illuminates the pool table. And the walls are decorated with rock posters, sports banners, and kids' drawings. All told, the Tee Off is closer to a caddy shack than an ostentatious eatery, although the food menu -- which includes pork chops, Cajun gumbo, calimari, burgers, and more -- is noticeably more upmarket than the one at your average Budweiser beer parlor. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Tempest Bar & Restaurant

    Tempest Bar & Restaurant

    431 Natoma San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-495-1863 A no-frills hangout popular with bike messengers, neighborhood locals, and anyone who enjoys cheap drinks in an unpretentious setting, the Tempest is a friendly dive bar hidden down a dark South of Market alley. Once you've found the place and stepped through the front door, your ears will be regaled by classic rock and indie pop hits on the CD jukebox; on rare occasions, bands may even perform for little to no cover charge. The crowd usually tends to be young and casual - it's definitely a sneakers-and-jeans kinda scene, not a place for haute couture - with the occasional crusty old-timer perched near the bar. Sad news for nic fiends, though: a recent change in ownership means you can't legally smoke inside anymore. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Temple


    540 Howard San Francisco, CA 94105
    415-978-9942 The city's latest megaclub contains multiple rooms with decor that falls somewhere on the design spectrum between ancient religious sanctuary and sleek futuristic starship. The building (known as the "Zen compound") also boasts that it's the "greenest nightclub in the world," with both a sustainable restaurant, Prana, and a rooftop vegetable garden on the premises. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Terroir


    1116 Folsom San Francisco, CA 94103

  • Terry

    Terry's Lodge

    1368 Irving San Francisco, CA 94122

    "Well-lit" and "no-nonsense" are two adjectives that come to mind at this blue-collar suds joint on a quiet Inner Sunset street corner. Terry's Lodge is a throwback to the days when your local bar was an unpretentious place to down a few cold brews and shoot some pool after a long day at work. The wood-paneled refrigerators behind the bar, antique cash register, and basic stool seating should tip you off that Terry's ain't the place to go if you want subdued mood lighting, chic furnishings, and top-shelf infused liquor. This is macrobrew country. Order accordingly. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Thee Parkside

    Thee Parkside

    1600 17th St. San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-252-1330 This longtime home to bikers and blue-collars has transformed itself into one of the city's finest small rooms for rock. The calendar is jammed with the crème de la crème of garage, punk, metal, indie, and underground acts delivering intimate shows in the main room for a low cover. The back patio is great on warm afternoons and evenings, too. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Thieves Tavern

    Thieves Tavern

    496 14th St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-252-9082 The first thing to notice about Thieves is that the whiskey selection is no joke, from the Irish to the bourbon to the single malt scotch. There are even wooden cubbies to house the whiskey varieties, lit dramatically by halogen. The ambiance in the rest of the full-service bar is just as flattering, with a dim, warm wash over the booths that run parallel to the bar and a greenish glow from the digital jukebox cast over the two pool tables. This bar gets crowded on the weekends, but keeps a lively-yet-mellow pace during the weekdays. At each booth is an elegantly carved table of lacquered planks of dark wood knots. Above the booths hang artwork by local artists, and above the bar are two flat-screen TVs showing sports. And taking the place of a corner round table and in lieu of a vintage photo booth is a digital booth for those seeking instant gratification. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Thirsty Bear Brewing Company

    Thirsty Bear Brewing Company

    661 Howard San Francisco, CA 94105
    415-974-0905 Microbrews and Spanish tapas don't seem like the most intuitive pairing, conceptually, but ThirstyBear's owner, Ron Silberstein, has made them work for more than a decade. The two-story, industrial pub and restaurant is often thronged, pulling in a regular SF crowd as well as lanyard-wearing business types who drift over from the convention center. It helps that Silberstein's beers are well made, from the lightest of the wheats to the darkest of stouts, and certified organic to boot. The tapas aren't uniformly oustanding, but the tortilla would satisfy a Castilian grandmother, the patatas bravas are always a hit, and the kitchen has a knack for seafood. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Tia Margarita Mexican Restaurant

    Tia Margarita Mexican Restaurant

    300 19th Ave. San Francisco, CA 94121
    415-752-9274 Your choices for a margie here are essentially twofold: You can get a "Top Shelf Margarita" or the "Double Top Shelf Margarita" (for quatro dollars más). Become a regular and you'll swear they're pouring you a triple. The dinners portions are also generous. And because the Giants games are always on the TV, what better place to watch and root for Los Gigantes during Hispanic Heritage Month? Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Tiernan

    Tiernan's Irish Pub

    685 Beach San Francisco, CA 94109

  • Toad Hall Bar

    Toad Hall Bar

    4146 18th St. San Francisco, CA 94114
    415-621-2811 Friendly neighborhood bar in the Castro with karaoke early in the week and retro dance DJs on weekends. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Toast Wine Lounge

    5900 College Oakland, CA 94618

  • Tonic


    2360 Polk San Francisco, CA 94109
    415-771-5535 The first in a chain of semi-slick, semi-arty local bars owned by the same entrepreneurial team (see also: Bullitt, Rebel, Dr. Teeth & the Electric Mayhem), Tonic is sunny, relaxed, and casual during its late afternoon opening hours, then gets crowded as the Russian Hill pub crawlers, gossip girls, and scammer lads file their way in. The walls feature rotating art displays (usually involving some sort of ironic pop-culture reference), while a mural depicting Rubenesque nudes in various states of S.F.-related debauchery keeps permanent watch over the semi-circular booth in the rear. If you tire of eyeing the well-dressed young things around the room, look up and check out the overhead fans - which look like ordinary desk fans that have spun themselves upside-down and sprouted an extra head - or ponder the foamy ceiling pads that spread across the ceiling in an inverted checkerboard pattern. Standard drink prices start in the $5-$6 range, and custom cocktails hover closer to $10, but happy hour deals (e.g., buy a straight shot and get a beer for free) provide more affordable options for those with tight budgets. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Tony Nik

    Tony Nik's Cafe

    1534 Stockton San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-693-0990 With a design sense that takes some cues from Mad Men's Don Draper (minus the smoking) and combines it with a little Swingers-era Vince Vaughn (minus the smarm), Tony Nik's retro style makes it a bachelor pad nonpareil. But your lady is also welcome, of course - especially if she likes a sweet, frosty cocktail (e.g., a Hemingway daiquiri) to go alongside your manly straight shot of liquor. The decor here is mostly mid-century modern, with undulating benches in the rear and textured tile walls up front, though the Cocktail Nation theme is more subtle than you might expect. Don't plan to get a seat on weekends, though: Tony Nik's small size doesn't leave you a lot of leeway when it gets crowded. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Toot's Tavern

    627 Second Ave. , 94525

  • Top of the Mark

    Top of the Mark

    One Nob Hill, 999 California San Francisco, CA 94108
    415-616-6916 This famed martini bar offers high-class wallpaper music on the weekends, including lounge piano, easy listening, classical, and some jazz combos. The best stuff comes late on Friday and Saturday nights, when the drinks pour with a heavy hand and the jazz bands blow with a little more gusto. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Tope


    1326 Grant San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-793-2120 The space that previously housed Royale has been totally renovated and is now an upscale cocktail lounge. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Topsy's Fun House

    260 Kearny San Francisco, CA 94108

  • Toraya Sushi Bar & Grill

    Toraya Sushi Bar & Grill

    1914 Fillmore St. San Francisco, CA 94115-2707

  • Toronado


    547 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-863-2276 In the pantheon of beer bars, Toronado occupies the tallest throne. For well over 20 years, the T has been a Mecca to beer lovers near and far, offering delightful and often rare draft selections at cheap prices and even cheaper during happy hour. The bottled selection - not so cheap. There are so many beers you'll never be able to drink a pint of every brew you'd like to try. The bar also rotates taps frequently, so don't count on a specific beer being available during a return visit. Newcomers and even regulars discuss how the bartenders have turned "customer service" into an oxymoron, as they are quick to chastise you for lollygagging while ordering or even mispronouncing your order. Toronado is crowded and loud, but it is conveniently located next to Rosamunde, which serves a plethora of perfect sausage pairings that you can take back inside the bar. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Tosca Cafe

    Tosca Cafe

    242 Columbus San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-391-1244 Dusky lighting, crimson leather seats, and a 45 RPM jukebox straight outta Frank Sinatra's dreams make Tosca a classic North Beach experience in every way. This bar treats traditional cocktails with deep respect, so if you want to experience fine drinking in a truly vintage environment, this is the place. Read more about this San Francisco bar or club >>

  • Tosca Cafe

    Tosca Cafe

    242 Columbus Ave. San Francisco, CA 94133-4509

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