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6 Great San Francisco Places to Take Your Sunday Hangover

Updated: May 01, 2019 08:55
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What’s there to say? You drank too much last night, made some poor decisions, and now have to live with yourself…and a terrible headache…and possibly the shits. At least going to these places will make it all more tolerable.

Golden Coffee Shop

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A greasy spoon diner that’s cheap as hell. The food is good for what ails you, but it comes out almost as quick is it goes down. You’ve been warned.


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Strong drinks. Snarky bartenders and free barbecue. What else could you possibly want? Stop in and make some bad decisions with some good people.


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The cheapest place to get bottomless mimosas ins SF! $9 gets you all you can drink of that sweet and tangy Dionysian nectar. They have food too. Brunch foods.


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Their slogan says it all “Hangovers installed and serviced”. Get one of their famous bloody marys and bask in the sunshine of their huge backyard. Their burgers are killer too.

Red Cafe

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This excellent diner has both Mexican and American greasy spoon classics. I just hope your hangover doesn’t have a problem with live mariachi music.

Dolores Park

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On a nice sunny weekend day there is no place you’d rather be than Dolores Park. Getting wasted in the park will stop you from being hungover…for a little while.

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