Food & Drink

Delicious ales and porter-braised short-ribs on 24th

Published On 01/18/2013 Published On 01/18/2013

Joining the 24th St restaurant-splosion, Caskhouse is a neighborhood bar from two dudes: one owns a Laurel Heights wine bar, and the other is an alum of Weston High School in Connecticut, a member of the Pete the Gambler Fantasy Football League, and clearly someone who doesn't understand Facebook's new privacy settings

While not the largest draft list in the world, they're proving that size doesn't matter (right ladies? Right?!?) with some pretty great eclectic selections like Ommegang's Witte, Third Street Aleworks' Puddle Jumper Pale, or this Drake's IPA. The walls have art

They also have an approachable selection of wine... blurrily pictured in the background of this delicious Black Robusto because, beer

Also: try the housemade chips and horseradish sour cream-topped beef short-rib sliders, which're braised with a porter, but only after he takes your bags up to your room

With a corner seat and full bay windows, you'll have a view of the entire street, but not the Noe Valley Town Square, no matter how much that second owner LIKEs it.

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1. Caskhouse 3853 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94114 (Noe Valley)

This low-key but polished bar in Noe Valley is a hidden neighborhood gem. Part wine bar, part craft beer bar, Caskhouse puts a ton of attention into its drinks menu, which is heavy on local California brews and European wines. Elevated bar bites like sliders and skewers give it a bistro vibe, but no matter how you define the place, you'll feel right at home drinking and eating no matter if you're flying solo or with a group.