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- 21st AmendmentMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 2Nov 11, 2013
I am a huge fan of their beers- I especially like the watermelon beer and IPA. It is a great location to pregame before the Giants game. They have a great outdoor patio and serve food as well.Recommended for:
- 21st AmendmentFeb 16, 2014
If 21st Amendment doesn't have the best onion rings of all time, please show me a place that does. They are amazing here, and this is why: you bite into the onion ring, AND THE ONION DOESN'T COME SQUIGGLING OUT LIKE SOME RENEGADE VEGGIE. When does that ever happen??? It doesn't.
Other than the onion rings, this place has some pretty fantastic burgers and beer (and, yes, salad as well), and it's prime location near AT&T park makes it the perfect place to eat before a game.
But really, the onion rings alone are worth it.Recommended for:
- 21st AmendmentMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Oct 15, 2013
Big open room with an upper level, it can get rather loud. I went to a film schmoozing event hosted there and could barely talk to the other folks. However, it's right right at ATT Park and is well-know as a terrific place to watch a Giants game. Second best to being there, I'll bet.Recommended for:
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- 21st AmendmentMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsStudentsAdventure TravelersJul 11, 2013
They brew in their restaurant! Head to the balcony if you want to really experience a bar vibe and taste their latest on tap. Generally, I like breweries that stick to beer, that have a couple tables scattered around the beer tanks, a place that is on a quest for better flavors. 21st Amendment however is able to do both. A warm and lively atmosphere with unique and interesting flavors infused in their beer!
Recommended Beer: The Bitter American.
- 21st AmendmentMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2May 09, 2014
Decent beer, decent food. Awesome 'stamp' program though - drink all the drinks on the card during that month and get a souvenir glass!
You need to have ALL of your group there in order to be seated in the dining area. So although we got there relatively early, we ended up sitting at the bar for about an hour before my whole group arrived and a table was available for us to sit at.
If you don't want to wait you can go upstairs for their open bar/seating area. Or crowd near the front to try to find a place to sit.
Food was alright. Loved the ribs - tender and fall off the bone. Mussel was good, especially the broth. Everything else we tasted was standard, nothing exceptional.
- 21st AmendmentAug 18, 2012
This place has a good selection of their own micro brews on tap. Definitely crowed on game days especially when the G- Men get bested by the Dodgers. The Cubano sandwhich was pretty good. Their well known for their IPAs if you like that kind of beer. I'll gave to try there watermelon beer next time Dodger Blue invades the Cove.
- 21st AmendmentMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jul 05, 2012
I don't normally have a beer with my breakfast, but their Watermelon Wheat was so refreshing and went really well with my tasty breakfast quesadilla. It came with a big chunk of watermelon too. Great beer for the summer!
I met up with a few friends before a Sunday Giants game and it was surprisingly not very busy. Service was great - the bartender, hostess, manager and server were all really nice and attentive. Good selection of breakfast items, burgers and sandwiches. I'm trying the cubano sandwich next time, with a side of those golden fries.
- 21st AmendmentJul 05, 2012
There is definitely a ballpark effect at work over the 21st Amendment Brewery that pads prices and drives the total quality of fried things down, but this is still a great place to grab some grub and a decent value on balance.
I am no fan of their Watermelon beer. I think it's blah! But they brew a shallow range of other beer styles that are really, really good--which is why I don't just have them at the restaurant I'm apt to buy them at the store too.
They also have select offerings of locally made or just sweetheart beers on tap from other brewers and companies.
- 21st AmendmentCommunity ManagerAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Jul 04, 2012
A San Francisco beer establishment, 21st Amendment brews some of the best brews in the city. The Hell or High Watermelon wheat beer is a particular fan favorite, served with a slice of fresh watermelon. As I'm not a huge wheat beer drinker, my eye is set on their selection of great IPAs. Hop Crisis, their Imperial IPA, is my current favorite.
I recall enjoying the food quite a bit but I think it's really the beer that deserves recognition in this review. Alongside their current line, they also offer a selection of special beers on tap.
If you're looking for a place to relax, avoid coming here during a game. It gets packed. The staff are quite fast and there's standing room outside, so it's never too bad.
- 21st AmendmentMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversJul 04, 2012
While killing time before heading to AT&T Park for the first ever SF Giants Star Wars Day, our group stopped over here for some quick eats. Waited around for a bit before securing a table at the bar upstairs. Seats here are first come, first served. We would have put our name on the list downstairs, but it would have been a longer wait with 2 large parties ahead of us. No biggie. Wilson's Wicked BBQ Wings and a pint of Hell or High Watermelon beer made a perfect combo for myself. The meat wasn't dry and the sauce was just right. The fried pickle wasn't half bad either. I have a good feeling I'll be around this part of the 'hood again next season.