20 "Dogs" restaurants in San Francisco.
Cinderella Bakery is a small Russian cafe with some of the best breakfast in the city.
Dogpatch Saloon is a dog-friendly neighborhood bar with reasonably-priced beers and cocktails.
The Mill in Nopa is the place you keep hearing about with the fancy toast, and it’s worth paying for, especially to hang out here a little longer.
Getting a burger at Gott’s Roadside is one of the best reasons to go to the Ferry Building.
Red’s Java House is a classic SF stop off for a burger and a cold beer in the Embarcadero.
Located right on the edge of Richmond, Park Chalet serves cheap beer they brew themselves and has a great oyster Happy Hour.
Bus Stop is a bar in Cow Hollow perfect for grabbing a beer or well drinks and watching a game on TV.
Toronado is a bar in the Lower Haight that only takes cash and has a large selection of beers.
Stable Cafe serves good food and coffee in the Mission. If the weather is nice, sit outside on the patio.
Hit Palm House’s Happy Hour in Cow Hollow for alcoholic slushies and Caribbean bar food.
Yes, there will be a wait at Kitchen Story in the Castro. But there’s millionaire’s bacon at the end of it.
The secret to doing Mezcalito in Russian Hill right is to know that it’s a mezcal bar first, a restaurant second.
The upscale Mexican at Flores is a nice change of pace for Cow Hollow. You just have to do this place right.
Duboce Park Cafe is a laidback and dog-friendly spot in the Castro for breakfast or lunch.
Zazie is a Cole Valley institution at brunch, but don’t sleep on dinner here either.