The following bars are San Francisco favorites – and they love hockey too, maybe just as much as you.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day 2014 weekend, as if we needed a reason to celebrate all that is wonderful with the Irish. From whiskey, to good stout beer, rock ‘n roll to parades, corned beef, and soda bread, CBS San Francisco Bay Area has you covered. Just pick the link that fits your interest.
Where in the South Bay can you mingle with friends around a revolving beer menu of great craft brews and splendidly original hops from local breweries and across the world?
Earlier this week, a sign was posted asking glass wearers to stay out of the Willows bar in the city’s SoMa District. Now, the website glasshole-free.org lists 12 San Francisco bars and 3 others in Oakland following suit.
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.
Whatever floats your cigar boat – try one of the following locales – and your tastebuds for the finely rolled torpedos will be tantalized.
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.
Check out these awesome 6 bars that are in the middle of the ocean.