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If you were a really lucky chap and the Victorian fates smiled upon your fortunes, the Homestead is what your living room would have looked like 100 years ago: brocaded wallpaper, pressed tin ceiling, paintings of en déshabillé ladies, a fireplace, and (of course) liquors and beers served from behind your very own bar. This historical watering hole is suffused with a golden glow - provided in equal measure by the old-fashioned lighting, warm-colored decor, and gentle aura of nostalgia - but it's too convivial and crowded to feel like a museum. Indeed, finding a seat in this popular Mission District establishment can be difficult. Its cozy charms are known throughout the neighborhood - which is a good indicator of why you should make the journey yourself.
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The Homestead is one of the few newish S.F. bars that felt like a neighborhood haunt from the day it opened. That's due in large part to two factors: the peanuts -- the shells of which patrons are encouraged to simply scatter on the floor -- and the fireplace, which is tucked in the far corner of the bar. On foggy San Francisco nights, the Homestead's hearth is the perfect place to warm the cockles of your heart while its whiskey warms the cockles of your belly. More »
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