40 "People Watching" restaurants in San Francisco.
Even if you suck at golf, it's still a blast to spend an afternoon drinking and playing putt putt at Urban Putt in the Mission.
Westwood is a Marina bar that turns into a party every weekend. Ride the mechanical bull at your own risk.
Casanova is a Mission dive bar on Valencia St. that serves stiff drinks in a dim setting.
Tequila Mockingbird in SoMa has great drinks and a second-story loft that’s big enough for your entire work team.
Wait for after-work traffic in SoMa to die down with a few tiki drinks at Natoma Cabana.
Fort Point Ferry Building is a small brewery on the Embarcadero that’s perfect when you want a quick beer.
Zam Zam is a classic bar in the Haight with some of the best martinis in the city.
Papito Hayes is a fun spot for weekend brunch or a casual midweek date. Go for the huevos rancheros and the spicy margaritas.
Between the beautiful space and interesting twists on Chinese classics, Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown is one of the most unmissable restaurants in SF.
Verjus is a wine bar and bottle shop in the Financial District perfect for an after-work date and drinks before dinner.
When you want to impress someone with great cocktails and small plates, take them Moongate Lounge in Chinatown.
Everdene on top of the Virgin Hotel is a rooftop bar with near 360-degree views of the city from SoMa.
Head to Loving Cup in Russian Hill for rice pudding and frozen yogurt when ice cream just isn’t what you want.
The Pawn Shop is a “secret” tapas bar in SoMa with surprisingly good food hidden behind a fake pawn shop
Silver Clouds is a bar in the Marina where it doesn’t matter how good you are at karaoke, it’s still going to be fun.