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What a fantastic find, the drink pours are generous the staff are fantastic. The bar is set up for you to talk to other people and has almost every type of sprit you want. They are happy to recommend cocktails or make your favourite. This...More
The drinks are classic (yay gin), the atmosphere is funky/fun/historic, the bartender Amanda was a peach. That was the best bar that I've been to in years. The fact that the drinks were on point AND i was sipping them where Janis Joplin may have...More
A classic cocktail lounge opened 1941 in the heart of the Haight Ashbury district.
Didn't know about this place and juste stumbled in because it started to rain. Deco is absolutely unexpected. Had a couple of very tasty and not to expensive cocktails.
The place is fairly unobtrusive on the outside, but inside you get a real feel for old American cocktail opulence. The cocktails were superb - I recommend the bloody mary. Also our bartender - I think his name was Chris - was super friendly, informative...More
This review is long overdue. What can I say? My husband is an Anthony Bourdain groupie. He dragged me to the Zam Zam Bar in the middle of the day on a get away trip. The bar is old school AWESOME. If you're in Haight...More
Visited this bar for a quick drink which turned into several drinks. Atmosphere was friendly and relaxed. As were the clientele. Cash only, worth a visit.
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The area surrounding the intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets, “The Haight” still exudes vibes of the 1960s counterculture as a haven for vintage clothes, music, pop posters and body piercing shops. While the Summer of Love ended decades ago, Haight-Ashbury has turned into a melting pot of hippies, hipsters, and professionals. Walking through its streets can still feel like stepping back in time.
A must-see neighbourhood for most music fans, it’s easy to see why these streets attracted the likes of the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin. You’ll likely be content in The Haight day or night, just be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.