San Francisco, CA 94110
- Daily 4pm-2am
SF Weekly's Description
Walking through the swinging door at Lone Palm is like stumbling into some colonial desert oasis. White linens cover the tables. Flickering tea lights set the mood. Wood mermaids and palm tree plaques add just the right amount of kitsch. A lone bartender methodically pours and mixes drinks, while patrons sip cocktails and munch on proffered peanuts and Goldfish. How crowded the place will be is anyone's guess, so if it's quiet, settle in for intimate conversation; if it's busy, get ready for hobnobbin' and fun. Happy hour is seven nights a week from 4-6 p.m., with a dollar off all liquor, $3 bottled beer, and an extra discount on house's choice of higher-end liquor like flavored Stoli or Ketel One.
Tips from foursquare
It's known as a dive, & has a dive crowd (mostly) with divey prices, but with white tablecloths, low mood lighting, & candles. It kind of looks like a cozy Italian joint.
bring your out of town friends here to do fernet shots
Have a greyhound
Cool Mission Bar without the 'hipster' 'tude
An old fashioned or two. Or three. Four.
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