Stopped here for a beer after having visited the wharf. Large touristy place with live music playing. Impressive row of almost seventy taps, nothing too exciting or special though, most are common íbigí US craft beers. Service was okay, prices are on the hefty side, as expected on the wharf.
Visited on a Wednesday afternoon in November 2015. Had a rest from all the tourist mayhem around Fishermanís Wharf and stopped by here. Itís quite dark inside, plenty of tables and comfy chairs. Beer range is Ok. Nothing too exciting but plenty to keep me occupied. Happy hour drops the price too which kept us there. Service was good and friendly. Handy stop off but not a must visit.
Sports Bar close to Fishermans Wharf. Large reasonably interesting selection of tap beers. Only one man serving at the bar so service slow. Prices average for San Francisco. Not sure that beer was I best condition.
Stopped in while walking around the wharf. Blonde lady at the bar was very friendly. They had good live music when we stopped in at around 3pm. Beers were good 69 beers on tap but none were very unique or surprising to see here in SF. If Iím in the area or at the pier Iíll stop in a again but not something I would go out of my way to visit.
Visited on Friday morning. Nice location, in front of the wharf area - It means you can get a beer or two while visiting the touristic area. Selection is decent, most of Anchorís are on tap. Overall nice place, visit if you are around and you are probably.
Nice looking store front in the warf area. A Northern European look inside. Pretty large, but often crowded. Pretty expensive, but it is a touristy area. Tons of taps. The service is average. Some decent pub fare that will fill your gut. Iíve had a glass that was not clean before. Iíd still go back.