San Francisco, CA 94107
SF Weekly's Description
Traci Des Jardins' Public House, in AT&T Park, is doing local, sustainable takes on bar food and advancing a geekworthy beer program. If you can see through the game-day crowds, it's a handsome room for a handsome stadium, with high rafters and bricks, wood tables sturdy enough to withstand a World Series championship riot, and, behind the main bar, a grid of silver kegs spanning floor to ceiling, most containing local, hard-to-find beers. Public House's sandwiches and snacks feature local sausagemakers, but much of the food doesn't rise above classic brewpub standards. Still, it's better than anything inside the park, and you can enter the game from the bar's back door - with beer in hand.
Tips from foursquare
Public House features one of the largest draft beer and cask ale offerings in San Francisco. Plus, you can bring them directly into the game through a special gate.
This delicious beast of a restaurant doubles as a massive, brick-walled sports pub with flatscreens galore and a wall of kegs separating the sit-down side from the massive polished wood bar.
Want quality beer without the ballpark prices? Just ask the bartender for a plastic cup, and you can bring your Trumer into the stadium with you!
Wall of kegs.
AT&T Park allows you to bring in your drink from Public House upon entry!
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