If you’re looking for a dark, divey, corner bar in the Outer Mission – pop into Pop’s Bar on 24th and Bryant. This small bar is a great place to grab some stiff cocktails or shitty beer and shot combo specials. A red strip and a shot of tequila
For a lot of Americans, the holiday season is the only time people actually go to church. And for the other lot of us, there is another kind of church that is a bit more hedonistic than Midnight Mass. Come lose your religion tonight, Thursday, December 15th, for the last
You had me at “Drunken.” Dempsey’s in the East Village is known for their Wednesday pub trivia night… and the title just makes me happy. The Drunken Smart Ass Olympics prides itself on the diverse topic range of the questions and since you can have 5 in your team, I
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Botanica is a safe haven. There’s no better way to describe it. It sits like a bomb shelter on the south side of smoky Houston street, two blocks away from the undulating sea of Soho shoppers and opposite the building-size advertisements that pollute the north side of the street. After
Has it really already been a year? I remember last year I went to the opening block-party of SF Public Works– which happened to fall on a Sunday, the day before I started my first day of work at my current job. Let’s just say that my co-workers were probably
Looking to spice up your weekdays after work? Stop into Nick’s Crispy Tacos in Nob Hil for their Happy Hour that never seems to end. Where else can you get free chips and salsa, cheap tacos and $3 drinks from 5-10 pm Monday-Friday? Nick’s is the place! Other places have
Okay, so we’re jumping the gun by, like, a day. But by the time this party’s over, summer will be in full swing. Go to 800 Larkin tonight for the FREE Solstice Slam! Let’s get serious for a moment: The Summer Solstice in the U.S. occurs when the Northern Hemisphere