Top SF happy hour spots

Photo courtesy of Mosto’s website.

This roundup focuses on the top San Francisco happy hour spots. For the top East Bay spots, see Our picks of East Bay happy hours.

Spirits are always just a little higher when those after-work deals are in play. Some people turn into pumpkins when the clock strikes midnight; for others, it’s when happy hour is over. San Francisco is already renowned for straining the wallet, so finding any source of financial relief is pretty much a must.

Indulge in the city’s bevy of fine food and drinks in a (slightly more responsible) manner that helps you avoid dipping into your rent funds. Enter: Happy Hour. The following BARTable restaurants and bars in SF make going out, at least for those allocated magic hours, so much easier.

Mosto

Just like it’s small and dark interior, discreet Mosto has a happy hour that’s a true hidden gem in the Mission.

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Mosto

16th St. Mission (SF)
Hog Island Oyster Co.

A Ferry Building favorite for its sustainably raised oysters (only a dollar each during happy hour), chowder and stews, and craft cocktails. 

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Hog Island Oyster Co.

Embarcadero (SF)
Nihon Whisky Lounge

Nihon Whisky Lounge serves up a world-class whiskey selection paired with modern Japanese plates. 

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Nihon Whisky Lounge

16th St. Mission (SF)
Anchor & Hope

High ceilings with expansive sky lights, exposed red brick, and mural-laden white walls make up this welcoming seafood restaurant.

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Anchor & Hope

Montgomery St. (SF)

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