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We wondered into the bar after a full day of sightseeing. It was picture perfect with its small bar atmosphere and playful bartender. Just what we wanted in some well made drinks at a very reasonable price. Great Martinis, shots, amoretto sours, margaritas and fun....More
Stumbled across this bar whilst wandering around Chinatown and what a find it was! We had a brilliant time. Ended up spending our whole night here. Definitely our best night out in San Fran. Recommend anyone to challenge Mark (the owner) to a game of...More
We were there on a Tuesday just after they opened. it was slow but a fun stop. We tried some Chinese liquor which can be used in a Chinese Mai Tai, also Chinese beer and sake. It was all quite yummy. Annie was super friendly....More
Since this was on the list of top dive bars in San Francisco, we had to stop in for a Buddha beer. The bartender (perhaps owner) was very nice and served us quickly. She had a great sense of humor too. Great visit!
I’ve been to this bar twice and I’m always unimpressed. It’s a hole-in-the-wall, but I normally like those kind of places because they feel intimate.
They are famous for their three penis whiskey and even have a framed sign with the history inside. The first...More
Randomly stopped by this Bar while walking through China Town during our last day in SF and it was by far the best time we had! The drinks were really good (cheap and strong!). Met a local guy that took us around China town and...More
This place is a must visit whenever we are in SF. Small, dark and boozy. Always some characters in here, especially the bartender! For $8 you can get a mind erasing Mai Tai and if you get 2 you are good to go! You just...More
As the oldest in North America, San Francisco's Chinatown is an exotic experience. A unique neighbourhood decorated with colourful shops, historic streetlights, hanging lanterns, and pagoda roofs awaits behind the stone-carved dragon gates. Feast on dim sum at the tea houses, or meet the locals who gather at historic Portsmouth Square to play chess or practice Tai Chi. Fish markets, produce stands,
tourist shops, jewelry stores, fortune tellers, temples and restaurants come together to create a world unto itself in this historic neighbourhood.