Chosen by the Bay Guardian as "the best place to toast the impending demise of Capitalism," this bar has no snappy ... More
Max's 540 Club
Chosen by the Bay Guardian as "the best place to toast the impending demise of Capitalism," this bar has no snappy menu, never features live music, and yet it has flourished since 1923. How? Ask one of the regulars (almost everyone here is a regular). For those who like their drinks served quickly and without any pretense, this is the place. It is mellow, friendly and a nice change-of-pace from the usual tourist traps or painfully trendy flashes in the pan. Note: Cash only.
This is the only punk rock bar I know of that has swanky bohemian sidewalk seating. A low wrought iron gate corrals the beautiful drinkers and their marble topped tables. Not even the French caf�s downtown offer this kind of laid-back seeing and being seen scene, but step inside and you will find yourself in one of the finest old Irish bars the city has to offer. Jamie Brown, possibly SF's most adorable nightlife proprietor, bought and renovated Max's and now it is The 540 Club, home to an ethnically diverse mix of artists, musicians, writers, bike messengers, and the locals who love them, and the bombshell staff make sure that everyone feels welcome and is well attended. The beer offerings are plenty: Chimay on tap! Death and Taxes, on tap! And everything else right down to PBR. 540 has a very full bar, stocked with liqueurs I can�t even pronounce but which the staff mixes into an almost infinite selection of delightfully mean cocktails. There are DJ nights, theme parties, darts championships, a pool table, and a great jukebox. The location, right in the thick of too many great Vietnamese, Thai, and various South Asian restaurants to even try to name, means you don't have to drink on an empty stomach, but they also have Guiness on tap if you prefer to drink your dinner. This is a great bar for making new friends, and for running into folks you haven�t seen in ten years.
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