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1. Bluxome Street Winery53 Bluxome St, San Francisco
2. Wattle Creek Tasting Room900 N Point St Ste E211, San Francisco
3. Le Marais Bakery2066-2068 Chestnut St, San Francisco
4. McCormick & Kuleto's900 N Point St, San Francisco
5. Lori's Diner500 Sutter St, San Francisco
6. The Pub at Ghirardelli Square851 Beach St, San Francisco
Bluxome Street Winery’s lofty and spacious warehouse near AT&T Park has made it a popular choice for San Francisco weddings, but rest assured that it remains a go-to spot for happy hour and work drinks. Bluxome offers up wine flights, charcuterie platters, and a knowledgeable staff to guide you through it all.
Open 7 days a week, the Wattle Creek Tasting Room lets you sample all of their wines. Plus, if you sign up for a membership, you can taste for free. Even if you can't stand Ghirardelli Square, Wattle Creek Tasting Room is totally worth visiting the square.
If you are not a fan of venturing into Ghirardelli Square, you need to reconsider and visit Le Marais Bakery's new sister shop, Le Marais Bistro. At both bakeries you can enjoy Parisian inspired farm-to-table pastries, meal options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and a full bar. You need to stop by and try their almond croissants.
With a notoriously sweet happy hour and gorgeous views in almost every direction, there are a lot of reasons to come spend your evening at McCormick & Kuleto’s. This is the perfect place to bring a date that you are really looking to impress, and their happy hour deals are unbeatable.
There are so many things to love about Lori's Diner, like their outdoor dining, beautiful Bay views, and your favorite diner fare. While their menu is extensive, we recommend going for the classic breakfast dishes or grilled cheese. Lori's atmosphere is casual and friendly, which can be a nice change of pace from some other SF eateries.
This American resto/bar is well known for two things: 1) Being a favorite hangout of SF chefs who need a post-shift drink and bite (it serves an extensive late night menu until 1:30am), and 2) its BBQ, all of which is smoked in-house. Take in dope views of the Bay while you dine on refined takes of American eats-- pulled pork sliders, mac 'n cheese, and brisket tacos.