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This bilevel Irish watering hole with a cottage-like exterior is a cute pit stop on the stroll between Fisherman's Wharf and North Beach. Upon entering the closet-sized, low-ceilinged bar on the ground floor, you may think you've seen the whole pub, but head to the rear and you'll find stairs to a larger second floor where DJs spin on weekends and a backup bar slings pints to a mixed crowd of tourists and locals. During daytime meal hours, the kitchen offers traditional Irish corned beef and cabbage.

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