Below is a list of the top and leading Pubs in San Francisco. To help you find the best Pubs located near you in San Francisco, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Francisco’s Best Pubs:
The top rated Pubs in San Francisco are:
- The Chieftain – Irish pub serving quality food, drinks, and entertainment
- Johnny Foley’s – has an extensive selection of libations, Irish and Californian cuisine, and entertainment
- The Irish Times – family-owned Irish pub established in 2010
- Chug Pub – features legendary drinks and great tasting pub grub in a cozy environment
- The Napper Tandy – an Irish pub owned and operated by an Irish
The Chieftain is an Irish pub serving quality food, drinks, and entertainment. The pub is open for lunch, brunch, and dinner. It is the area’s top pub with an extensive list of beers, wines, and cocktails. furthermore, there are large screen TVs around the pub. This allows customers to watch and feel the energy of the live sports of local teams. There are happy hour food and drinks specials.
Their classic dishes include beer-battered fish and chips and The Chieftain Irish stew. Moreover, they serve grilled rib-eye steak dinner and The Chieftain Shepherd’s pie. Their happy hour cocktails include Irish mint, Chieftain Irish coffee, and Chieftain margarita.
Address: 198 5th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415) 615-0916
”We had an awesome experience at this place. We enjoyed the fantastic environment and the meals. The waiters were very affable. I’m content we ultimately managed to visit here.” – Bobby Aguilar
Johnny Foley’s has an extensive selection of libations, Irish and Californian cuisine, and entertainment. It often features live music and dueling piano shows. Furthermore, they serve delicious dishes of steak and chips and roast half chicken. They also serve lamb shank braised in Guinness and veggie stew. In addition, they have a selection of burgers, sandwiches, and pub favorites.
The drinks include draft and bottled beers of Budweiser, Guinness stout, and many more. There are also cocktails blended with their top specialty drinks. Moreover, there are white, rose, sparkling, and white wines.
Address: 243 O’Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: (415) 954-0777
”We were staying at the Hilton Union Square and were looking at something close to enjoy a few beers. We stumbled across Johnny Foleys Irish Bar and ended up having a great time and met some great people from the USA. We’re from Melbourne Australia. Thanks for the hospitality and great times.” – Luvjit Kang
The Irish Times
The Irish Times is a family-owned Irish pub established in 2010. It has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The staff attends to the customers promptly. They guarantee that their guests have the best time with them. Furthermore, it is one of the premier sports bars in the city. They feature live sports from UFC to rugby. The kitchen serves great-tasting dishes like grilled salmon and shepherd pie.
The sambos are served with a choice of side dish and salad. This include chicken pesto, French dip, BBQ beef brisket, and many more. Moreover, they have an extensive wine and beer menu to pair with the food.
Address: 500 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Phone: (415) 217-5060
”Great atmosphere. Really enjoyed the beer I had Fort Pt IPa. Wasn’t expecting much for pub food but it was delicious, had the fish and chips. Great pub will definitely return.” – JB
Chug Pub features legendary drinks and great tasting pub grub in a cozy environment. It is a casual sports bar that is perfect for live sports viewing. People can comfortably enjoy their food and drinks. Moreover, the pub partnered with Casabarjas for their food. It is an authentic Mission-style taqueria. They serve tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. There are also nachos and tortas topped with the best meats and cheese. The menu also has veggie options.
The pub serves local and international libations. Furthermore, their cocktail menu includes the best blends. The Chug Tower consists of three liters of beer. In addition, the Ghost Rider is their strongest drink.
Address: 1849 Lincoln Way, San Francisco, CA 94122
Phone: (415) 242-9930
”The staff seemed to be very excited to be back to work. They were friendly and the service was great. My favorite food is the mole enchiladas and they have a good selection of beers on tap.” – Adam Boender
The Napper Tandy
The Napper Tandy is an Irish pub owned and operated by an Irish. They have been serving the best homemade dishes and bread for more than a decade. The food is prepared using sustainable and inorganic products. The recipe used was passed from generation to generation. Furthermore, they commit to providing the best customer service to every guest who walks in their door. It has indoor and outdoor TVs for sports.
They serve shepherd’s pie, traditional Irish breakfast, and housemade sausage rolls. Moreover, they serve chicken pot pie and fish n’ chips. There are also tater tots and bacon cheddar fries.
Address: 3200 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone: (415) 550-7510
”My neighborhood Irish bar. I lover Irish accents and the servers are all Irish so there’s that 🙂 TNT is not at all pretentious, super casual, and it way better than your impression of bar food. I love the soda bread, and the southwest chicken salad was amazing (bring it back please). They have a fair bit of outdoor seating and have tv’s outside so if sports is your thing, TNT is a once stop shop :)” – Vivek Narayan
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.