216 Townsend Street
San Francisco
(415) 896-2120
High ceilings, vaulted timber beams, exposed brick: District very much reflects the warehouse feel that once prevailed in this neighborhood. Of course, that was before AT&T Park and the massive skyscraping condos went up in nearby South Beach and Mission Bay-- now this little corner is awash in young professionals in skirts with a taste for Riesling. While nominally a wine bar, District isn’t for the connoisseur (the bartenders aren’t exactly viticulture experts), but rather for the Bachelor Party-goer looking for that 20-something junior associate or Google sales chick willing to share a delicious margarita pizza on one of the overstuffed coach-stools.

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Venue Tip: 

Stop in the for the dollar oysters at Happy Hour (Monday - Friday 4:00 - 6:00 PM; Saturday 5:00 - 7:00 PM)

The Good: 
Well-heeled young professional crowd, many of whom are themselves recent arrivals to the City. So you won’t feel so silly when you can’t name the current mayor.
The Bad: 
Like so many SF bars with everything else going for them, District lacks a proper liquor license. So it’s strictly beer and wine here, boys– no shots. Maybe that’s a good thing?
Vote Up/Down:
Vote Up/Down

Price: $$$

Vibe: De facto watering hole for San Francsico’s stylish tech set. Yes, there is such a thing.

Outdoor seating: No

Other bars close by:  City Beer Store, Butter (so much fun you won't mind that the mac n' cheese you ordered was from a can), Southern Pacific Brewing (Beer garden in a gigantic industrial warehouse. Drink & relax all day and into the wee hours)),  Berretta (mind alteringly tasty drinks, hot chicks), Toronado (one of the best beer selections in San Francisco)

Accepts Credit Cards: Yes