The best Happy Hours in San Francisco

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Considered one of the most European cities in the United States, San Francisco it is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating and sought-after destinations by many travelers who want a holiday dedicated to relaxation, culture and the discovery of different and surprising ethnicities and contaminations.

Among the must-see attractions, San Francisco boasts the neighborhood of China Town, a corner of the East in America, while the Golden Gate Bridge, the magnificent bridge considered one of the wonders of the modern world, is definitely worth seeing at least once in a lifetime.



Alongside extraordinary activities, such as the mythical fortress of Alcatraz or the captivating Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco also offers plenty of dining and leisure opportunities on a budget, but high in fun and pleasure. An example? Why not indulge in a low cost Happy Hour, setting a $ 10 shopping limit as a maximum?

Let's find out together which are the coolest places in San Francisco where taste winks at convenience.

Al Blackbird from 18 to 20 pm it is time for a low-cost, high-pleasure aperitif: with $ 2 for a beer or $ 4 for a cocktail with fresh fruit, you are spoiled for choice. Even the location is captivating at the right point, positioned in a true crossroads of cultures and places of interest, between the luxurious Hayes Valley district and the technological SoMa.

Between China Town and North Beach, on the other hand, the Comstock Saloon, a spartan restaurant in a traditional style, furnished in wood, where between 16 and 19 pm you can taste, in complete relaxation, an excellent aperitif at little price. The house specialty is Derby, a powerful blend of whiskey, vermouth, Curacao, lemon and fresh mint. In case cocktails aren't your thing, the venue offers original mixes of beer and spirits. An example? Taste the Kopstoy, a powerful union between Bols Genever liqueur and a lager beer. Beer and cocktails enjoy an advantageous price during Happy Hour, limited to just $ 7.



For those who want the best, and are looking for the most glamorous choice in terms of taste and good food, always with an eye to the wallet, the ideal choice is the Raw Bar.

A few steps from the Hayes Valley, this restaurant combines a modern tastefully furnished environment, and a rich choice of high-class small courses, mainly seafood, at affordable prices.


Among the proposals on the list, the famous oysters and mussels marinated with herbs and jalapeno are recommended, for only one dollar a piece. Do not miss the fish soup, for only $ 6. All to be washed down with beer, for $ 4 and fine wine, for only $ 6.

And for those who just can't do without the Spanish aperitif, here it is InoVino, a delightful wine bar with fine wines by the glass for only $ 6.5 and even a selection of Peroni Beer for $ 3.5. Not only do the drinks reflect the Spanish way of starting the evening, even the delicacies at the table recall the traditions of the Bel Paese: bruschetta, olives, pizzas and cheese tastings, will definitely make you feel at home.



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