71 "Day Drinking" restaurants in San Francisco.
Aside from having six lanes, Mission Bowling Club has a great bar and makes one of our favorite burgers in the city.
Even if you suck at golf, it's still a blast to spend an afternoon drinking and playing putt putt at Urban Putt in the Mission.
If you just finished up a round of golf or just want to drink in the sun, drop by the Presidio Cafe.
You’ll want to take your time eating fried chicken and waffles, beignets, and mimosas at Brown Sugar Kitchen in Oakland.
Drink beer and cocktails at this historic bar in Jack London that has a big patio overlooking the water.
Located a few blocks from Ocean Beach, Pittsburgh’s Pub is a neighborhood dive bar with two pool tables and a pinball machine.
Glen Park Station is a neighborhood dive and one of the best spots in the city to watch football, baseball, and basketball.
This old-school sports bar is the best place to grab a drink and shoot pool in North Beach.
This dive bar is a Bernal Heights community staple that draws in people with reasonably-priced drinks and a lush backyard garden.
Old Devil Moon is a laid-back Bernal Heights bar with excellent cocktails and plenty of beers on tap.
If you're worried about getting a good spot at the bar for the game, San Francisco Athletic Club in Pacific Heights takes reservations.
If you want to drink outdoors but don’t want to go to a beer garden, head to The Double Standard in Oakland.
The Victorian-era bar in the Mission is a great spot to drink good whiskeys next to a wood-
Casanova is a Mission dive bar on Valencia St. that serves stiff drinks in a dim setting.
Candles, white tablecloths, and neon lights make Lone Palm in the Mission feel like a swanky Art Deco lounge in South Beach.