by Allie Pape - 10 Reviews - 45 List
SF has more bars per capita than any other American city, so it's no surprise that we see new spots opening up all the time. Here are a few of the latest and greatest watering holes to appear on the local bar scene in San Francisco.
Updated: March 11, 2011
Okay, this piece of SF history isn't quite new--it opened in 1908--but if you haven't been here lately, its extensive renovation will make it seem new to you. Grab a classic cocktail and admire the newly burnished wood bar. With chef Dennis Leary (Canteen, The Sentinel) at the helm, tasty bar snacks will arrive shortly.
This sister spot to Russian Hill's Frascati, located right on Washington Square Park, focuses on tapas and classic cocktails. The kitchen is open until midnight on weekends, making it perfect for snacking after a night of drinks in North Beach.
If you like games with your booze, Wreck Room is the place to be. This Nob Hill spot offers a 12-foot shuffleboard table, vintage arcade games and, of course, pool. They also have Connect Four and dominoes available for fans of old-school amusements.