There are more than a few respectable restaurants peppered throughout the Castro neighborhood. Moreover, the diversity is unprecedented. Here are a few favorite specific bites in the ‘Stro.
San Francisco has always been a brunchy town, with people queuing up for their weekly dose of omelets and mimosas. Here’s a few favorite spots that go above and beyond the obvious eggs and pancakes, and puts their particular stamp on comfort food.
The Castro district’s newest gay bar opened with a splash in early October, and fans are already filling the former space of Trigger, The Detour and other bars.
The new “stray” bar at the former site of Kok, Chaps II, My Place and other historic gay bars offers an easygoing atmosphere and unique $9 cocktails.
The fabled leather and community bar is back, after an 18-month hiatus. Enjoy the expanded front room, the accessible new third bathroom, and the classic patio for the popular beer busts. Revamped events include frequent Thursday night music shows, plus Sheagle, the new women’s night, and drag nights starting April 6, 2013.
New gay and straight-friendly bar in the Castro, with a cheery sports theme, multiple TV screens to watch games, a bright relaxed decor, and a tasty beer-friendly menu of eats.
The new stylish bar started by the Kink.com company offers a classy venue, offers a selective upscale menu of drinks. Not necessarily gay or straight, but kink-friendly on event nights.
San Francisco’s newest bar/lounge and dance club is gay-owned with a South Asian theme and ownership. Enjoy pop, hiphop, but mostly fab Bollywood dance mixes and amazing visuals under the circular dance floor, plus a relaxed hang-out ambiance at the retro-chic bar.