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Beautiful bed and breakfast tucked away in the heart of San Francisco. Wandering the halls you will find the hotels friendly cat Pip. Often you will find him lounging in front of the lobby fire or sitting politely at your breakfast table. Like any stately cat he prefers croissants. The owners are very friendly and have clearly put a lot of love into this place! Walking distance to Union Square and plenty of good restaurants, there is also convenient parking just across the street ($25 per night with this hotels discount).
Great pizza! Cute little place, once you walk in you completely forget it's in a little strip mall on a random corner in Redwood City. The menu seems a little expensive but the portions are HUGE. Also they have FANTASTIC beers on tap (Allagash Blonde Kolsch and the Witbier, along with Heretic Evil Twin) - really a great surprise. I would definitely go back.
I initially just wanted to go here because where else on earth could there be taproom INSIDE a whole foods? Turns out they also had amazing beers on tap and an impressive rare cellar selection. Despite the fact that it was slightly uncomfortable draining beers around the bougie upper class with their kids running around everywhere, I enjoyed it a lot! Worth it for the great beers.
Cantillon Rosé De Gambrinus half bottle for $20
Beers were just ok, they tried to concoct some sour cherry thing but it turned out like bad smelly socks - I mean really. However, the food looked good!
WHAT - this place is like a beer mecca, not to mention the thousands of other kinds of alcohol they have lining their shelves. Super rare, funky, off the beaten path beers for extremely reasonable prices. I'll just let the list of some beers I got speak for itself:
Firestone 17th Anniversary Ale
Speakeasy Syndicate No. 1
Russian River Supplication (3 bottles)
Young's Double Chocolate Stout
Brasserie Dupont Foret Organic Saison
Bourbon County Brand Stout
Great beer! Up and coming brewery, I've seen their stuff on tap in Redwood City. I especially love their strong chocolaty stout CHP, but unfortunately they are not bottling it yet. Looks like you will have to come out here to get some! They just did a collaboration with Stone, I'm definitely looking forward to trying that.
Just, really not good. I've never been so disappointed in a salad in my life.
I got a last minute special deal for New Years eve and I just LOVED staying here. The rooms are really cozy and full of the best amenities - Keurig coffee and all.
It was fine chinese food. I was pretty hungover from New Years so it was exactly the greasy delicious-ness that I needed.
They had a pretty good selection of beers as well as wine and hard liquors. Most of their prices however were above average and a little too expensive even for their rare beers. Not quite a 'beer destination' but if you happen to be in the neighborhood, it's a good place to check out.
This place is a little diamond in the rough I found right across from Dolores Park. They brew their own beer with Yerba Mate, making their beer not only alcoholic but caffeinated as well! Literally my dream come true. I would highly recommend trying their Morpho beer, an organic ale beer brewed with Yerba Mate, Hibiscus and Bay Leaves. Looking back I wish I had bought a bottle of it.
Another great beer location in the City, but overall was a little too bougie for me. Mostly Belgians and sours on tap, and an amazing bottle selection that was about five pages long! Definitely a little pricey, even though they have some hard to find beers, you can find a lot of these at City Beer or Toronado for a lot cheaper.