You like to party every once in a while or your a party animal? It doesn’t matter anyway because you have to know where are the best places to get yourself down…
San Francisco is full of party places to go so here we leave you the latest ones to get out at San Francisco by night for a drink, just eat or… have that party night you really deserve.
For now we leave you here 10 top bars that you can have a good time in San Francisco.
Beautiful interiors in Wood, nice music and a good crowd … Rickhouse is the place to be… On choice nights, a bluegrass band sets up in the back, and enthusiasts can gather around or climb up to the second floor – a modest loft space – and watch the band from above while leaning on the railings. Whiskey is king here, though the menu also offers a wide variety of contemporary classics and punch bowls.
Wilson & Wilson
Cocktails and culinary with a nice taste of whiskey? Well, go to Wilson & Wilson… Fresh flavour combinations take the stage with unique, house-made syrups and tinctures such as tobacco and tea. For $30, you can order a “prix fixe” cocktail flight – starting with a light aperitif, moving to a “main course” cocktail, and finishing with a satisfying digestif. Highly attentive and knowledgeable bartenders guide you through your experience.
Need an asian night and some drinks? Go to Slanted Door and get yourself served… Led by bar luminary Erik Adkins, The Slanted Door’s bar serves bright, rich cocktails in a modern, restaurant-oriented environment. Whether catching up with an old friend or going out on a first date, The Slanted Door is a sophisticated bar spot for solid cocktails, delicious food, and a breathtaking view of the Bay bridge twinkling over the water.
Old style and nice place? Go to Shotwell! The menu is comprised of a wide variety of beers sourced both locally and internationally. Shotwell’s is one of San Francisco’s few remaining saloons from the late 19th century (it first opened in 1891) and features the original wooden back bar, which was shipped from Maine to California in 1906, and still has gunshot holes from an unknown incident … leaving patrons to imagine the skirmishes that once occurred there.
Even on the coldest San Francisco nights, Smuggler’s Cove brings patrons into a pirate wonderland with Disneyland-esque flair. The three-level space sports designs of movie-set proportions, delighting with embellishments such as long ship beams, rum barrels, anchors, colourful water buoys, and an indoor waterfall.
You like it classy and with some style? Bar Argicole is the place to be…
Fresh flavours, artisan ingredients and flawlessly executed cocktails take the spotlight at this SoMa (South of Market) district spot run by bar legend Thad Vogler.
The stunning, industrial modern tavern is marked by big open skylights, warm wood tones, and cool concrete. The bar staff works hard to source rare, small-batch spirits and shake up elegant cocktails with clean flavours.