The Blarney Stone: Wait, Which One?
Our own Bobby Rich recently wrote on the seemingly awesome Chelsea-based Blarney Stone. There appears to be one of these joints in nearly every town of decent size, and for good reason.
The San Francisco-based Blarney Stone is a fine Irish pub. The spacious interior and plentiful seating make it relatively simple to grab a seat most of the time. If you take a look around you will more often than not find several screens, including a massive projector screen, playing various sporting events. If you are not a sports fan there is plenty to keep you occupied. Check out the jukebox, pool, darts, FREE air hockey and shuffleboard. (No, pool and darts are not sports. Think of NASCAR; it may be considered a sport, but in reality it is simply masquerading around as such.) Moving on, there is a great open air patio out back. It can become a bit crowded during weekends, but for the most part it’s fairly open.
DRINK SPECIALS! Happy hour, which includes three dollar wells and a buck off all drafts, is Monday through Friday from 2:00p.m. – 7:00p.m. What’s more is that High Life is only two bucks!
With great bartenders and a mellow atmosphere The Blarney Stone is where you should grab your next drink.
5625 Geary Blvd (between 20th Ave. & 21st Ave.)
Photo courtesy of Yelper Marlene T.
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