California and San Francisco are almost like twins, joint at the hip. You just cannot remember one without the mention of the other. San Francisco beats many a destination in its race to be one of the best in the world. Still ranking at 35, San Francisco is known for its scenic beauty, cool climate and steep rolling hills, besides of course, California. An eclectic mix of art and architecture, San Francisco is as famous for being the city that introduced the world to its eccentric gold rush as it is for its glamorous bars. Perhaps it is a wonderful array of bars and lounges are also attractions that entice people to come on cheap tickets to San Francisco.
With a little local help, it is not a critically daunting task to dig up the best bars and lounges in the city. The prices to start with our first bar lounge, ‘Wilson & Wilson’, are insanely reasonable. So the money you save on cheap flights to San Francisco can be put to good use here. Vodka with tonic water, Bacardi with coke, Martinis made out of Bacardi truly top the charts. For under $15, you can have your share of your favorite drink with fancy garnishes and a snack or two for this amount. The staffs are civilized and well- mannered. For sheer lounge experience, Avenue Lounge on 21st Avenue offers you the complete hip neighborhood experience. A little bar nestled into its locale from more-trafficked fairways, mostly draws a crowd of regulars and patrons intent on their destination; few wanderers, strays, or bar-hopping passersby. ‘Mini Bar SF between Fulton Street and Mcallister Street is a small but hip place. With quick service, and some of the best martinis, the place is perfect for groups to carry on easy conversations. A little deceptive on the name Mini Bar SF hosts the largest deals on beers, along with Pliny the Elder and Damnation on tap and wines.
For youngsters, who dig big time on their drinks, ‘Tony Nik's Café’ is the place for you. Given the choice of drinks and beer, you also get to change your drink should the taste be repulsive for your palate. Maybe this is what you need when you save money taking last minute flights. Bartenders are super friendly in catering to your tastes. The concoction list too is almost limitless.
For first timers, the ‘Church Key’ lounge seems like a decent option. With tons of beers to choose from, the ambiance is comforting and relaxing. If you are a beer lover, it may take you a while to decide on your kind of beer, but it is worth the ride to the bar. Once you are done, you could also check out the planned area on the first floor. Mondays are usually clear of people so if you are choosing to have a quiet friendly get together, head straight for Church Key. Those flying in could make use of the cheapest airline to get some of best beers in town.
People, who wish to chill at a restaurant that they are staying, a good idea, would be to trot to Bourbon and Branch. The lounge bar at ‘Russells Room’ at Bourbon and Branch requires a special mention. With a dedicated clientele for nearly a decade, the wish list for whiskeys is huge. The bar is comfortable and can seat about twenty odd people at a time. The fascinating pick of the place is the Cigar Room, with a large selection of cigars. So if you are fed up of watching large structures and Hollywood, it is a good idea to tuck in a few drinks for additional relaxation, making the flights to San Francisco worthwhile.