23 "Happy Hour" restaurants in San Francisco.
You’ll get great comfort food and a neighborhood feel at Finn Town in the Castro.
A rooftop bar in the Mission, El Techo de Lolinda is where you should be when the sun’s out.
Leo’s Oyster Bar involves pricey, but tasty seafood in an ’80s power yacht come to life. Obviously it’s in the Financial District.
Cockscomb in Soma is not a spot for vegetarians, or picky eaters. But if you’re on a carnivorous quest, you’re in for an experience.
Located right on the edge of Richmond, Park Chalet serves cheap beer they brew themselves and has a great oyster Happy Hour.
Cow Marlowe is Cow Hollow spot that’s great for last-minute group dinners or a late-night burger.
The upscale Mexican at Flores is a nice change of pace for Cow Hollow. You just have to do this place right.
Hit Palm House’s Happy Hour in Cow Hollow for alcoholic slushies and Caribbean bar food.
Sparrow is an oasis in the Haight, with a great patio and excellent happy hour.
The Dorian is serving fancy comfort food and strong cocktails, while trying very hard to look cool.
A casual taco spot in SoMa with lots of outdoor seating, Uno Dos Tacos doesn’t have amazing food, but it’s perfect for your next work team outing.
Make Westing offers great cocktails and bocce ball in Uptown Oakland, and is an ideal spot to come drink before a show at the Fox Theater.
Dogpatch Saloon is a dog-friendly neighborhood bar with reasonably-priced beers and cocktails.
Mamo is a small Columbian-Venezuelan place in the Marina with a great Happy Hour to stop into after you head home from work.
Shotwell’s is a bar in the Mission that’s always empty enough to feel like your own secret bar.