Cheap Drinks and Cheaper Thrills. The new name for Clement Street is the Gourmet Ghetto. There are seriously so many different types of restaurants on this one street, you're liable to develop a thirst just exploring. You can seriously quench that thirst at Dirty Trix. The drinks are strong and cheap. If you happen to be exploring with your dog, no worries - this bar is dog friendly with doggy treats behind the bar, and a large dog bowl of water waiting for him or her. There is always free pool, and sports on any of the 5 flat screen HD TVs. They have the NFL and MLB packages so your favorite team is bound to be shown. Free Wii Bowling on Wednesday nights, Free hot dogs for Giants Games, Free Trailer Trash Brunch for Sunday Football. Unpretentious and fast bartenders makes this "Dive Bar" feel like a winner!
Citysearch Editorial Review. Great dive bars require a bit of a patina of age-- the musty, slightly cluttered, undoubtedly homey feeling that seems to only be conferred as the years pass. While Dirty Trix doesn't yet offer that feeling, it seems that if they stay in business long enough, they probably will. This joint is as unpretentious as they get, with friendly bartenders, sports on the HDTVs, and cheap, cheap drinks. The best deal in the house is undoubtedly the $3 cans of Old Chub, a Colorado microbrew with an alcoholic kick (8% ABV), and $2 PBRs are also tempting. While there's only one pool table, it's free all the time, and a digital jukebox provides an endless selection of tunes. Dirty Trix's brightly painted walls may be a little too blank for now, but expect this welcoming dive to acquire plenty of flavor as the years go by.
Editorial Review. Inner Richmond dive provides a suitable spot for after-dinner drinks or a game of pool.
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