If you are in the market for great frozen drinks at Happy Hour prices then head over to this Broadway establishment but beware of the ice cream headache.
Nicks Crispy Taco is unlike some of the more authentic places in the Mission but one of my favorite places. Try the fish taco. Go when Rouge is open and get $2 drinks.
This is where the WAKA teams go after their Wednesday Kickball games. One of the few places in San Francisco that serves beer in pitchers. Flip Cup is quite popular and remember to tip your waitstaff.
It is the 21st century and unless you are selling corn on the street you should accept credit cards.
Their happy hour ends at 5 (3 to 5).
I do not like it when I ask about paying by credit card (i hate carrying cash) and they point to the ATM in the corner with the $4 surcharge.
OK, I admit that I have space issues. Went there on a Friday night and it was way too crowded. Later in the night when it cleared out it was much better.
This was the first bar I went to in San Francisco in 1997. I go about once a year and it seems to get bigger. Early in the evening they have good drink specials.
It is unfair for me to review a nightclub because that is not my sign. The idea of queueing up for loud music and crowds does not appeal to me. I guess I have space issues.
As you know my favorite beer is Chimay which this place has. They are known for their sangria but that gives me a hangover. Good music and great location.
One of the best and most diverse happy hours in the city. I think they have $2 microbrews till eight. Here is a clue on how to get a good review from me, $2 microbrews till eight good review, $3.50 budweiser till six bad.
They also have live music.
So the 2005 Santacon started here.
On a sunny day this is a piece of heaven with the rows of tables and benches. Beer and chicken sandwiches are the order of the day.