It’s okay if you are coming just to partake in the green beer, but have not a clue about this celebration and all its ballyhoo – it’s just a pleasure for these St. Patrick’s Day bars to see their guests take a delight in being Irish for one day.
(credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images) Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez! Let the good times roll! New Orleans might be the original American Mardi Gras, but California knows how to party. Check out these Bay Area hotspots, […]
Whatever floats your cigar boat – try one of the following locales – and your tastebuds for the finely rolled torpedos will be tantalized.
Plenty of wine, music, food, sports, and some free stuff in this week’s “15 Things You Can Do In The Bay Area.”
San Francisco’s glittering new Exploratorium played host to a battle of brains Wednesday night as the crew from the California Academy of Sciences made the trip across town for a trivia night showdown.
From Burlingame to San Mateo, the best games in billiards are being played all around. If you are a pro or just playing for fun, there’s a place, table and level for everyone.
There are perfect bars in San Francisco for daytime hobnobbing, good people meeting and yes, even eating.
There are multiple bowling alleys in the South Bay for each kind of bowler. Take the gang or your bestie or date to one of these places.
If you’re angling for the best place to watch the 2014 Winter Olympics on TV and hunting for a bar that offers plenty of space, good cheer and of course good beer, you’re in luck.
Consider these essentials to throw the best party for the big game, from CBS Local’s Eat See Play.