Great place for happy hour that is everyday and all day. We got the Potatoes Gorgonzola, Prosciutto Flatbread, Sausage and mushroom pizza, the crab and artichoke flatbreead dip, and the mojito. Overall the food was decently priced, decent portions, and decently tasting. Their pizzas are quite thin and tastes like toppings on top of flatbread. The potatoes gorgonzola are like waffle fries with a tasty cheese sauce. The mojito was tasty but weak. Ill get a beer next time. I would rate this place better but parking can be difficult and when you think about it, the prices arent that cheap for a happy hour. Either way its a good place to hang out and grab a major bite or a snack. I would recommend this place to others.
Good view of the bay bridge, free wifi, and located next to the muni line also.
came here for their $2 tuesdays (they also have $3 wednesdays) which included small bites, beers (tap and bottle), mixed drinks and shots for $2 each.
alcohol: the mixed drinks were very weak but its $2. If you want to get more bang for your buck then get the beer on tap.
bites: the sliders were pretty small but tasted slightly better than mcdonalds. The tater tots were cooked properly. the soupwich consisted of tomato soup and a cheese sandwich and was probably the best bang for your buck. The Bruschetta bread consisted of tomatoes and was very much unremarkable. Overall very mediocre but hey its $2
The service was good. Total came out to be $23 after tax and tip including 4 drinks. We sat at a booth with candle light. There were 2 big screen tvs also. Overall a good place for happy hour and would recommend it to others.
(Palominos is probably my preferred place due to the quality of food but its not a true happy hour since its "happy hour" the whole time its open)
good atmosphere for playoff baseball and other sporting events as it felt I was at the game cheering on the giants as they won 1-0 over the braves. They have happy hour specials 4-6pm that includes $1 cheap tacos and $2 beers. I suggest getting here at least 1.5 hrs before the game if you want a seat as this place was packed to standing room only. I also highly suggest getting the $4.50 carne asada nick style taco. It was soft on the outside with a crunchy shell on the inside with all the fixings of beans, guacamole, and salsa. It was simple but one of the better tacos Ive had.
Bottomline: a good place to go to watch sporting events with a group especially during the playoffs. I wouldn't mind coming back.
decent place for happy hour
during happy hour the personal pizzas are half off so its about $6 after tax and tip. They have about 10 pizzas to choose from and they are pretty good. I personally like the mmmmm meat pizza and the bbq chicken ones. They also have $1 off draft beer during happy hour which I hear is until 630pm. Either way its a good place to hang out although I wish they had more than 1 big screen TV.
i came here for happy hour (3-6) on a monday. Selected drinks are half off and appetizers are $6 each. They served us complementary chips and salsa as we waited for our drinks. I got a margarita and some tequila shots which were not too diluted. My friend also got a quesadilla. The food was average but served with fresh ingredients and right off the grill. For 3 people are total tab was about $40 and the bartender gave us some complementary shots also.
Bottom line: I would come again during happy hour since the value is there and they serve decent enough food to help with liquor tolernace.
This review is for their happy hour only
They have happy hour M-F 3-7pm and 7 days a week 9pm until closing which is around 12am. They have a bunch of appetizers, drinks, and entrees ranging from $3-6. The more notable items on the menu were the hamburger and fries combo for $5 and the hamburger, fries, and beer for $6.50. They also have a lettuce asian meat stir fry wrap for $5 and a grilled chicken delux quesadilla for $4. However, these prices are only good for the happy hour portion of the restaurant. They also have several tvs to watch sporting events.
Bottom line: decently priced and tasting items with a good variety of drinks and food. I would recommend this place for happy hour.19/05/2011 Thanks for the great review Robert, glad to hear you enjoy our Happy Hour menu. Have you had a… En savoir plus
decent happy hour from 3-6pm and 9-closing monday through friday. They hav $4 22 oz on tap unique ales and various dishes that cost $3-9 with a better selection on wednesdays til friday. We got the garlic fries, spicy fried chicken wings, calamari and the ahi tuna tartar. The garlic fries were ordinary, chicken wings was decent, calamari was average, and the tuna tarter like a raw tuna, garlic,and onion shaped together to form like a can of tuna. The food wasnt overwhelmingly good but the prices are decent and the view of the beach is great especially if you want to watch the sunset. I wouldnt mind coming back to this place.
Good for happy hour until 6:30pm but I think the pizzas taste better at the other location on sutter although parking here is definitely easier. Pizzas are $6 and $1 off draft beers, sangria, and sake cocktails. Theres a decent variety of pizzas although I thought they were a little undercooked this time. They also have a pool table which cost $1 in quarters, however the table and balls are a bit small and the walls get in the way. Either way its a decent place for happy hour but theres better ones out there.
The dollar oysters during happy hour (ends 730) is the claim to fame of this place. Im not a huge raw oyster fan but the one i had was really clean and smooth as they gutted the oysters. The rest of the happy hour menu was pretty lame as the portions were small and mediocre. The mussels werent anything special, the fries were just fries. The san gria was decent as the wine taste was masked and with a jug being $10 (about 5 glasses) its a decent buy.
Bottomline: if you like raw oysters I would highly recommend this place, if not i would pass
This place was better than i expected. They have a bunch of big screen tvs so it was perfect to catch the first part of the giants game. They have a $3 happy hour but its not that great as it consists of various beers from the tap, popcorn chicken, fried squid, croques, and other various unimpressive finger foods. The three dishes we got were the chashu ramen with extra noodles ($1.50), the beef pepper stir fried noodles, and the seafood pancake. I was quite impressed with the seafood pancake as it was quite crispy and came out sizzling on a hot plate. I would definitely recommend it. The beef pepper noodle stir fry was also tasty, but nothing too special about it. I could have probably cooked something similar. The ramen was decent. The broth was above average but the noodles were not that impressive. Not chewy enough and became soggy as I was eating. The broth was pretty good though; not too salty and had good flavor. Overall, the prices are about average,the service was good, and the restaurant was very clean. I wouldn't mind coming back, especially for the seafood pancake.
they have happy hour from 4-6 on the weekdays with sushi and alcohol specials. the prices during happy hour are decent but otherwise the food is nothing too special. good atmosphere though and its right next to the movie theatre.
Average tasting food at gourmet burger prices. I got the classic burger ($7 for the smaller one) with garlic curly fries (extra $2 upgrade that i regret) and also shared some buffalo wings and also got a prohibition happy hour beer on thirsty thursdays. The food wasnt horrible but its tastes like stuff a school cafeteria could make. Either way I prob wont be coming back
Came here for happy hour right after thursday nightlife. It seemed this place was understaffed as only 2 waiters and a busboy was serving the entire restaurant and took them at least 10 mins to get our tables cleaned and ready from the previous customers. When we were finally seated, we ordered sweet potato fries, calamari, lets get saucy sushi roll, and coconut shrimp.
The calamari was decent and came with a wasabi/horseradish sauce and a sweet, sour, and spicy sauce. This was probably the best appetizer dish on the happy hour menu. The sweet potatoe fries were nothing special but a little soggy and less crispy then I expected. The lets get saucy roll was very tasty and I would recommend it. The coconut shrimp was nothing special but if you like shrimp its decent enough to warrant a order. I also got the Kona Longboard Lager which was light and slightly more flavorful then bud or coors.
Overall its a decent place for happy hour, especially after nightlife since its a 5 min walk; although the service was subpar due to understaffing. I might come back here again but probably just for happy hour as the rest of the menu is quite expensive and I hear its also smalled portioned.
Classy looking lounge and a vitamin enriched smooth vodka other than that not too impressed. The service here is kinda lacking and the menu was quite limited. Its an ok hang out place but I think they should expand their food menu as there was only about 10 things on the menu. Their happy hour is from 5-8 with a 2 shot vodka cocktail for $6. Parking is a big concern especially at that hour. Either way, Im not too optimistic that I will be coming back here.
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If going mon-friday
1) golden gate ($2 any size + free tea + 4/5 quality food + good decor)
2) house of banquet ($2 any size +$1/person for tea + 3.5/5 quality food + good decor)
3) happy garden ($1.75 any size + free tea + 3.75/5 quality food + whole in the wall decor)
If going sat-sun
1) golden gate ($2.25 each dish + $1/person tea)
2) house of banquet (no discount)
3) happy garden (no discount)