Came with some friends to watch the fights and enjoy some dinner. When you first walk into the bar it is a little tight but the room around the back is spacious with 2 large TVs and a projector. Service was friendly and I was...More
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It's located on rapidly gentrifying 24th Street, and is an okay pitstop when wandering around the Mission. Standard pub, with standard pub fare, Irish female bartender, nice U-shaped bar, pool table. Go here for a change when you've had enough tacos.
Came here for dinner. It's not a big pub but was quite busy we luckily got a table. Bar staff were Irish, don't come across that a lot so that was good. Wish they had air con but can't complain there were fans. Food was...More
Burgers, fish and chips, bangers and mash, nice selection of salads, beer, cocktails, pool table, 5 or more tv's. A good place to take teen boys to watch sports on tv or practice their pool skills. Everyone who works there is friendly. Fun place to...More
On a recent trip to San Fran we called in to Napper Tandys for a meal and a few drinks. The services was excellent as was the food. A good bar athmosphore complemented by the food. Mostly Irish workers which was nice and very frindley...More
Came here last night with some friends on an impromptu pub crawl. It was pretty busy still at 8:30 on a Friday but still got a table. The server was quick to respond and very friendly. The cocktails were reasonably strong and priced. Mixed clientele...More
What a wonderful place! The staff are an Irish blessing! They are so hospitable. The drinks are superb and they are willing to adjust if you need. The food too is excellent. I had Crabcake Eggs Benedict that were so tasty on homemade English muffins....More
Lots of pub type atmosphere, the usual selection of Guinness & other related brews. I enjoyed a very good hamburger, and one of my companions ordered the Irish stew which looked very appetizing.
On a recent trip to San Francisco, we found ourselves looking for a place near the Powell Street Bart Station where we could meet up with a friend who lives in the Mission District. After walking just a few blocks from the train station, we...More