So a friend and I are recent transplants to SF, originally from NYC. For reasons, neither of us can go home for Christmas and we barely know anyone out here. So we've decided to try to find a place to hang out tomorrow and could use advice from locals. [more inside]
Looking for quiet, quiet, quiet date-y bars, lounges, and other drinking-places in SF and the East Bay (specifically Oakland or Berkeley)... [more inside]
I'm looking for a merchant in NYC who sells a good selection of French sparkling hard dry ciders (from Normandy and Brittany). Also great if said merchant has more diverse hard cider options (UK or Scandinavian etc.) [more inside]
Recommendations for a bar in San Francisco where I could get them to put on tonight's Bellator 65 MMA event on MTV2? [more inside]
SF-filter: Please recommend a brunch place that is pretty much exactly like The Sycamore, but isn't The Sycamore. [more inside]
Please suggest some classy (but preferably unpretentious) San Francisco bars for a group of young professionals wearing suits. [more inside]
Is there such a thing as a laptop-friendly sports bar in SF? [more inside]
Where to watch Monday Night Football in San Francisco? [more inside]
Restaurant and bar recommendations for San Francisco. [more inside]
What are cool (non-douchey) restaurants and bars in the Marina in San Francisco? [more inside]
So I'm 6 hours into my 4 month stay in San Francisco and I need recommendations for places to while away the hours. I'm staying in Nob Hill. Can anyone recommend low-key (and inexpensive) pubs, restaurants, etc that are easily accessible from here? FWIW, I moved here from Carroll Gardens/Boerum Hill in Brooklyn - so that's the kind of environment I'm accustomed to. Many thanks!
How can I make the best out of my free time during frequent, short business trips to San Francisco? [more inside]
S.F./Bay Area bars with election coverage and/or election night parties? [more inside]
I need a great San Francisco bar for a party with 30-50 friends on a Friday night, but I don't want to pay to rent one out. This means either a bar that doesn't get insanely crowded on Fridays, or a bar that'll reserve a back room for free. Dive bars are fine, close to Bart is vital (e.g. Mission, Soma, Financial District). Prefer a good beer selection. Does such a beast exist?
Getting a second job at a bar/restaurant in the Bay Area: which one? how to survive working two jobs?
I’m thinking of getting a second job at a bar or restaurant in the Bay Area, on top of a serious day job. Any tips on 1) places to apply and 2) how to survive working two jobs? [more inside]