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San Francisco’s Newest Tiki Bar is Turning Heads: Pagan Idol

San Francisco’s Newest Tiki Bar is Turning Heads: Pagan Idol

Does San Francisco need another tiki bar? Maaaybe. And with lit-up aquariums and colorful screen doors, more pineapple juice than you can handle, exotic plants and a general vibe of mystery? Um, yes please! Pagan Idol, transports you right from the FiDi to some magical paradise, and…

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Best Places to Watch Super Bowl 50 in the SF Bay Area

Best Places to Watch Super Bowl 50 in the SF Bay Area

Even if you don’t cheer for the Denver Broncos, the Carolina Panthers, or enjoy football, the Super Bowl is the biggest American sporting event and the second largest eating (and drinking) holiday after Thanksgiving. In other words, here’s a momentous occassion to get your eat,…

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Holidays in SF: Seasonal Cocktails Now, Gift Wrapping Later

Holidays in SF: Seasonal Cocktails Now, Gift Wrapping Later

The shopping frenzy, the Christmas lights everywhere, the holiday cheer – the list of reasons to have a drink goes on and on this time of year. And while you’re drowning your gratitude, winter blues, or last minute shopping in booze (hey, we’re not here…

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Specs and Trick Dog Named Best Bars in America

Specs and Trick Dog Named Best Bars in America

Men’s magazine Esquire has named Specs in North Beach and Trick Dog in the Mission as two of the top 10 best bars in America. Esquire’s editors, led by David Wondrich, picked the best places to drink in the United States in the June/July issue,…

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Five New Drinking Spots to Try in SF

Five New Drinking Spots to Try in SF

The bar scene continues to evolve in San Francisco, from cocktails to beer and wine too. Here are some of the newest watering holes worth checking out.

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Happy Hour: A Happy Ending at the Royal Tug Yacht Club

Happy Hour: A Happy Ending at the Royal Tug Yacht Club

With a name that could create some confusion at a few shady massage parlors nearby, Royal Tug Yacht Club (est. 2069) recently made its debut in the Tendornob. The small space opened about a month ago on the corner at Bush St. at Taylor St.,…

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Polk Street Bar Bigfoot Lodge to Close, Reopen as ‘Cabin’

Polk Street Bar Bigfoot Lodge to Close, Reopen as ‘Cabin’

The space housing Bigfoot Lodge, a staple for years on the Polk Street bar strip, is getting a makeover starting next week with a new owner and new name.

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Late Night Boozing Bill Fails to Pass Senate Committee

Late Night Boozing Bill Fails to Pass Senate Committee

A bill proposed by San Francisco state Senator Mark Leno that would have allowed businesses to stay open later and sell alcohol until 4:00am has failed to clear the Senate Governmental Organization Committee.

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Is SF Ready for Alcohol Sales After 2am?

Is SF Ready for Alcohol Sales After 2am?

State Senator Mark Leno has proposed a bill that would allow communities the option of extending beverage service until 4am at restaurants, night clubs and bars, pending a full public approval process—something that could greatly affect San Francisco’s nightlife scene.

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Food and Charity Join Forces This Week

Food and Charity Join Forces This Week

There are plenty of opportunities this week for food and cocktail lovers to enjoy nights out – and also to contribute to a charitable cause.

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Founder Explains Controversial Nightlife App SceneTap

Founder Explains Controversial Nightlife App SceneTap

Over the last week, an app has been launched in San Francisco that has come under the spotlight of many concerned with privacy issues. But SceneTap founder and CEO Cole Harper is attempting to quell the uproar over the technology.

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Drinking Underground at Local Edition

Drinking Underground at Local Edition

There’s a new bar on the scene, but you won’t be able to spot it very easily. There’s no sign hanging outside and it’s completely underground. But that’s all part of the allure of Local Edition.

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