The Royal Exchange
San Francisco, CA 94111
SF Weekly's Description
The Royal Exchange could quite possibly be known as FiDi's unofficial living room. The white-collar crowds come during the week and don't stay late, meaning they might make last call well within time to get home and say goodnight to the kids. This Irish pub/sports bar serves an impressive selection of beers on tap (72 to be exact), a few wine options, and a complete cocktail menu. The restaurant menu is equally crowd-pleasing, including typical pub fare (burgers, fries, and salads). Its reputation as being a high-rollers' hook-up locale is still alive, yet bartenders claim its peak was in the dot-com days. Still, the curtains on the private booths were removed for a reason.
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This place is poppin' on a friday afternoon, all the FiDi yupsters are grabbin drinks and reminiscing on their frat and soro days.
Massive bar counter space that gives a great view of the cute bearded bartenders. Too bad it closes at 11 on weeknights.
Great place for people-watching on a nice afternoon.
Staff is super nice, great place for a happy hour!
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