71 "Day Drinking" restaurants in San Francisco.
You don’t need us to tell you that Swan Oyster Depot is great. But we’re going to anyway.
An oasis in San Francisco’s barren desert of BBQ. Enjoy it in daytime, in sunlight, with a beer, on the patio.
Garaje in Soma does three things well: beer, sports, and “Mexican” food stuffed with french fries and guacamole.
With great water views and a firepit, Bar Bocce in Sausalito could probably get away with having average food. But the food - in particular, the pizzas - make this place worth a visit.
A solid North Beach brunch option, which, get this: actually takes reservations. Don’t sleep on Park Tavern.
With both food from the 50s and kale, in a pseudo country club environment. Presidio Social Club works out better than we’d have expected.
Hog Island Oyster Bar on the Embarcadero has spectacular views and great fresh seafood.
Fish in Sausalito is serving up seafood good enough to convince your East Coast family to relocate.
Causwells is a brunch spot in the Marina that also works well any time of day, especially since the Americana burger is always on the menu.
Sessions at the Presidio is a beer-focused restaurant with good energy, in an area that needs it.
Balboa Cafe is a throwback spot in Cow Hollow whose best asset is its Bloody Mary’s.
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.
A Mission beer drinking spot with plenty of room for big groups.
A rooftop bar in the Mission, El Techo de Lolinda is where you should be when the sun’s out.