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Evil Eye

If Stevie Nicks was in the market for a crash-pad in San Francisco, she’d most likely rent out Evil Eye. This ’70s-tinged bar has plush velvet and leather couches, a pool table, pinball, and punch-y colored cocktails served in vintage glasses. You can also snack on things like pork belly sliders, fried cauliflower, and chicken liver toast while you share one of their large punch bowls. The only thing you’ll be missing is a recording of “Love Her Madly” on repeat.

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