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It's cocktail time! So decrees the bright neon on the marquee above Doc's Clock - and who are we to disagree? This Mission Street stalwart with a long, hallway-like interior offers a late-running daily happy hour (including all day on Sundays), plus a shuffleboard table and a collection of board games that are almost as retro as the mid-century Americana decor. If you want to set the scene with some music, there's a well-stocked CD jukebox packed thick with fuzzy garage-rock, punk, and rockabilly, with some old-school soul and other groovy classics rounding out the sounds.
Monthly fundraiser for local canine charities, with drink prices that won't eat your wallet.
There's something poetic about recovering from overindulgence in the same place you succumbed the night before. One of the Mission's favorite bars, Doc's Clock, happens to host a fine restorative feed in Three Papayas' Sunday afternoon "cultural liberation brunch." Former Yamo chef Ta-Wei Lin's menu is brief and ever-changing, with inspired riffs on authentic pan-Asian fare: seafood gumbo with coconut-lemon rice; shortrib curry; ginger congee; crispy pork leg; a blueberry-kissed papaya salad... More »
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