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The hotly awaited wine bar from Michael Mina features an impressive wine list from many countries as well as France, where you'll find the highway running through... More »
"Parea" means "community of friends," roughly translated, and this attractive little hangout inspires the sort of good fellowship that goes with... More »
This adorable, stylish little wine bar with marble-topped bar and bentwood chairs is an oasis of civility and tasty food and drink in the lower Haight. In... More »
Folk and jazz dominate the Spot's ever-improving ambience, whose sense of style lies somewhere between a dive bar and a dinner club: casual cocktails and... More »
The walls of this breezy Mission District cafe display a continuously changing exhibition of local visual art, and Papa Toby's diverse music calendar... More »
Dark red, hypnotic light helps this tiny bar live up to its name, and its tall stage features everything from '20s-themed nights and garage rock to bebop jazz and... More »
You won't find too many poets holding forth at this legendary Beat Generation hangout - it's mostly just tourists nowadays - but Vesuvio still has artsy... More »
Regular tastings offer chances to compare varietals from California and beyond, mostly focusing on small batch productions from lesser-known wineries.
Divisadero is under construction. At least that's how it feels walking the stretch between Fell and Geary — on every block there's at least one storefront boarded up with plywood or a land parcel set aside for condo development. All this construction, of course, has brought a flurry of new places to eat and drink. This year, Divisadero has already seen the opening of Four Barrel...
When you think "noir" and "lunch," what comes to mind might be two crooks plotting a heist over 10-cent coffee in a greasy spoon somewhere.
That's changing at Hayes Valley's new arrival, Noir Lounge — which occupies the former Frjtz. As a wine bar that opens mid-afternoon, looking to ensnare the theater crowd, Noir opted to fill the noontime gap with The Lunchpad, a...
Punk rock enthusiasts may mourn the loss of Force of Habit, the record shop that inhabited the space that is now wine bar 20 Spot, but the winos in town can rejoice. The wine bar, from owners Bodhi Freedom (owner of Bacchus) and chef Anthony Paone, opened in March, and boasts a list of North American as well as French, Italian, and German wines, as well as local beer.
This is my Saturday night regular place.
Small plates of delicious, creative, high quality food.
Try it- I would bet you would love it !
I like coming here for a glass of wine and appetizers, super tasty!Read Full Review
One of my favorite wines bars! If you haven't been you gotta check it out.Read Full Review
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