Old School Irish Dive With Homey Living Room Feel.
This is a well-loved neighborhood secret, that was really never a secret at all--just tucked away from the hustle of Geary and Clement. You get no-nonesense booze from a no-nonesense Irish woman of great intelligence and charm, plus a game or two of pool. Your dog gets to come with you, and smoking is allowed. Gaze at all the Irish paraphenalia pridefully placed on the walls, lovingly stroke the wooden bar, and lounge in someone's old livingroom furniture while enjoying an inexpensive, heavily poured beverage of your choice. You won't find gobs of drunken dorks on St. Patrick's day, here. Just locals, having a civilized guiness-greased debate on the meaning of life.
Best little bar in the Richmond district. Eclectic locals add flavor and flair to this authentic Irish pub. At the bar, you will find a strong cast of regulars drinking pints of Guinness, playing cards and pool to their hearts content. The jukebox contains classic hits of all genre's and generations. A must-hit spot for any visitor to San Francisco. If you want to walk on the wild side, this is the place to be. Upstairs there's always a party.