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Bigfoot Lodge - CLOSED

Map & Directions 1750 Polk
San Francisco, CA 94109
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415-440-2355
  • Daily 3pm-2am

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SF Weekly's Description

Smaller than its sibling bar in Los Angeles, the cozy Bigfoot Lodge on Polk Street features full-on wood paneling and a giant carved statue of the legendary sasquatch from which it derives its name. Taxidermied raccoons, miniature trees, Smokey the Bear, owls, and other forest denizens also share the space with the "Bucks" and "Does" who - at least according to the gender designations on the bathroom doors - drink here. Whether they pull up a stool along the bar or retire to the (fake) fireplace area in back, this is the closest most Russian Hill residents will probably get to being lumberjacks.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • Rohan S. on 09/08/09

    Drank a Sasquatch

  • Carrie H. on 07/15/09

    Enjoy the taxidermy and artificial fireplace.

  • @TheMayorPete on 12/14/09

    bingo Mondays!

  • Whit S. on 10/09/10

    Try to walk through the bar on a Friday night without touching anyone.

  • Harriet M. on 01/08/10

    Hamm's in a can, people!

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