Presidio Inn

2361 Lombard Street, San Francisco, California, 94123, United States
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Local bars & hotels

by gegs

Hi Ladies & Gents
I would very appreciate your help. I will be in San Francisco 19th Sept for 6 days. After busy days doing the wonderful tourist sites, I like to enjoy a beer. As a 62yr male old I would prefer a quite local type bar that sells draught beers. Somewhere I can read a newspaper, chat with the regulars and be within walking distance to hotels. I would be grateful to be pointed to the right areas. This is my first visit in San Francisco. Thanking you all in advance. gegs@ymail.com
John

Re: Local bars & hotels

by goodfish

San Francisco is a big city of many neighborhoods - hard to recommend a pub within easy walking distance without knowing where you're staying?

That said I'll also recommend O'Reilly's:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/vt/tfr/1/b870f/4/1ffad7/

And I don't know if they have draft beer but Caffe Trieste is a North Beach institution:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/vt/tfr/1/b870f/4/1ff1b5/

You might also try Vesuvius - right next to City Lights bookstore - on Columbus in North Beach. That's a little piece of history as the infamous SF beat poets hung out there. It's probably wild at night (everything will be noisy at night) but might be quieter in the afternoon.

I had afternoon beers at quiet, friendly bar in the Castro too but that might be too far from wherever you will be.

If you're not staying right smack on the Union Square area, there are small cafes that serve up beer all over the city. They would would be quiet in the mid afternoons before quitting time for the working folk and happy hours kick in.

Re: Local bars & hotels

by Agraichen

You're well on your way with some suggestions. To add to it, and to try a craft beer, the 21st Ammendment on 2nd about 3 blocks south of Mission is a micro brew pub which has pretty good wares. Gordon Bierch on the Embarcadero is ok, but the service has slipped in the past couple of years and my last two trips there were very disappointing.

Re: Local bars & hotels

by goodfish

21st Ammendment!!!!!

Absolutely! Just don't now quiet it'll be - especially if Al and Goodfish are there!!! :)

Re: Local bars & hotels

by riorich55

21st Amendment is where Al is hosting a VT lunch for my wife and I When we are in town in early November

Re: Local bars & hotels

by goodfish

I recommend at least one pint of the "Hell Or High Watermelon" ale, Rich.

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Tourist Info Center

by WaRPer

@ Powell Station, Union Sq, Downtown SF
My SF trip started here at Tourist Info Ctr. They've got lots of brochures and flyers on every aspects / activities available in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Get a map, ask for experts' advices, grab a light snack from a shop nearby. SF Muni Passport can be purchased here, as well as day trips and travel packages. It's also a good, quiet place to sit for a while and meet some fellow travelers who might share some interests.

Be Forest Gump for a bit...

by joits

Pier 39 already has a lot to do, but if you are a fan of Forest Gump, head to Bubba Gump restaurant and enjoy the food. Outside the restaurant there is a bench where you can pretend to be Forest Gump. Check out the pic, they have Forest's shoes as well as his suitcase and them famous box of chocolates.

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San Francisco is wonderful all over. it is the home of Levi jeans, Gap Clothing, and neaby is the home of the Jelly belly beans!!!! There isnt one single thing that i dislike about san francisco because it is just perfect! i loved chinatown!!!!!!!!!! we walked around the quaint little shops and it was amazin all the quality souvinirs and things u cud buy there, for so cheap!!!! we went to one of the restaurants and the food was brilliant!

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There is one thing you MUST do in San Francisco. Alcatraz, now a National Park, previously a (in)famous prison and prior to that a military fortress. It is an amazing experience to walk the prison blocks while listening to the tour audio tape. I was most impressed witht he experience.
The picture shows the prisoner exercise yard.

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 Presidio Inn

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Address: 2361 Lombard Street, San Francisco, California, 94123, United States