Food & Drink

Traci Des Jardines' sport pub

Published On 04/07/2010 Published On 04/07/2010

Replacing Acme Chophouse at the ballpark, this delicious beast of a restaurant (from Traci Des Jardins) doubles as a massive, brick-walled sports pub with flatscreens galore and a wall of kegs separating the sit-down side from the massive polished wood bar (pouring 50+ draft, bottled, and cask brews), and taqueria with vaulted ceilings, bright yellow walls, and 60 tequilas. While grub at Public includes spiced lamb sliders and grilled Gruyere sandos, 'Jita's menu's composed of tacos, ceviche, and jalapeno poppers that're "not so authentico", unlike your Southwestern Spring Rollso.

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1. Public House & Mijita 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94105 (Embarcadero)

Located at AT&T Park, home of the two-World-Series-titles-in-three-years Giants, Public House is an awesome spot that has a secret entrace to the stadium and allows you to take beers to go for the game, because no one wants to pay $8 for watery hop, Miller Lite.



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