Zeitgeist, Mission District

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SAN FRANCISCO | Zeitgeist is a popular dive/heavy rock bar that’s popular for both its indoor and outdoor atmosphere, and has been a favourite with locals since opening its doors in 1987. Inside it’s what you’d expect from a dive bar – a bit grimy with an assortment of random rock, biker, and American paraphernalia and the like. There’s a pool table, and the music is heavy and loud. Outside is a large spacious beer garden with lots of picnic tables and space to chill and enjoy the sun.

There are over 40 beers on draught, mostly from independent Californian breweries, along with a great selection of spirits, a few wines, and cocktails, including the famous vegetable packed Zeitgeist Bloody Mary. For food, it’s decent versions of American classics like burgers, wings, and grilled cheese.

Some people complain that Zeitgeist isn’t what it used to be, that the “realness” disappeared long ago and others take issue with the bouncers and gruff staff, but in all the times we’ve visited, we’ve always enjoyed ourselves. Yes the staff are very upfront and can be abrupt at times, yes, but they’re also reasonable and up for a laugh too. Basically, don’t be a dick, respect your fellow patrons, and you’ll be fine.

Zeitgeist

199 Valencia Street
San Francisco
California 94103
United States

Telephone: 415 431 6891
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 9:00am to 2:00am

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