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There are many brew pubs in the U.S. (particularly on the West Coast), but most of them look like atmosphere-challenged sports bars and serve... More »
Its name celebrates the repeal of Prohibition, so it's no surprise that 21st Amendment's brewpub is the opposite of a secret subterranean speakeasy: with its... More »
Outfitted in bric-a-brac, the Pig and Whistle's ornaments embody the cozy character of a traditional pub. Brass trinkets, old spoons, and metalwork are... More »
Microbrews and Spanish tapas don't seem like the most intuitive pairing, conceptually, but ThirstyBear's owner, Ron Silberstein, has made them... More »
With the addition of a new taproom, Speakeasy has transformed its standard brewery warehouse HQ into a cozy, casual space in which to enjoy its... More »
Though the Rickshaw's unmarked facade makes it a little difficult to find, you'll receive ample rewards for the search. Some of the country's most progressive... More »
Deep in SOMA, Bloodhound mixes up specialty cocktails that are to die for. The hunter's lodge-themed bar is not safe for PETA members: decor includes mounted... More »
It's tough to get a bead on Vertigo's musical selections: the DJs at the ornate but unpretentious Polk Street watering hole might spin anything from Patsy Cline to... More »
CBS News once had what seemed like a cool idea for a segment. With the idea that "everyone has a story to tell," they threw a dart at a map of the U.S., then headed to whatever town it landed on to try and find the first schmuck they could who was willing to talk about themselves.
I happen to be a firm believer in the idea that everyone can be interesting, but — and this is a...
I love me some Edinburgh Castle; not everybody knows my name, but they are always glad I came. I think.
It seemed the perfect place to meet up with a friend and go over our plans to write a play based on the life of Billy Barty, Don't Call Me Midget. Aspiring scribes, composers, poets, and drunks who scribble can wedge themselves into a weathered wooden corner of Edinburgh...
Well now, here's an interesting tidbit: "Nazi doctors tied to thalidomide."
Social Kitchen and Brewery won't be pleased that this is what was on my radar the day I visited them. But once something gets in my head, I need to process it fully before it disappears...
Every Rogue Ale or Beer you ever wanted to try. Plus a happy hour!
Watch your fav. sport plus a beer Garden in back.
Photo number is changed: (510)652-6425 Business Hours is changed: Sunday-Thursday: 4pm-1am Friday-Saturday: 4pm-2am Monday, Wednesday, Friday Karaoke Nights. Sunday: Randy Moore Trio Live Jazz. Saturday: East Bay Open Mic.Read Full Review
This is THE local dive bar to be at. I feel most comfortable and at home here where i can unwind after work than any other bar in the City. Pam, a blonde, Brazilian bartender here makes the BEST mixed drinks!Read Full Review
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