Dating bars san francisco
Perfect as a warm-up for dinner, it’s great for Happy Hour specials, hard-to-find boutique selections, and internationally-inspired vegetarian small plates.For a chiller and more locals-only vibe, head over to Yield, Pause’s (older) sister, located in the heart of the Dogpatch.Tucked in an alleyway and lit only by the Transamerica Pyramid windows, the Hidden Vine is a worthy find featuring more than 140 wines from both local and distant regions.Order up your vino with a seasonal flatbread to share and cozy up in front of the fireplace, or at one of the small tables lining a rustic brick wall.Enjoy local art and exposed brick while you sip local and French varietals at a candlelit two-top, or the comfy couch—if you can score it first.Arrive during Happy Hour for customized flights—choose any three wines from an extensive, European-heavy list—and highlight your selections with some yummy cheese.
This petite, French-inspired spot is so secluded that you have to be careful not to walk right by the orange “B” that hangs outside the door.
So small that it only seats parties of four or less, Hotel Biron is perfect for a romance-seeking pair.
As a neighbor to some of the world’s most famous wine country destinations, San Francisco serves as a tasting haven for vino novices, lovers, and oenophiles alike.
Whether you’re on Team Red or Team White, pair a bottle of vino with a cheese plate and good conversation at any of these date spots.
The sleek, contemporary bar is also the only place in the city where you can order 18 different wines on tap—meaning, straight from the barrel—without making the trek to wine country.Pause livens up the traditional wine bar atmosphere with colorful chalkboard art and an ambitious cork board that covers an entire wall.