8 Best Sports Bars in San Francisco (SoMa)

For those Bay Area sports fans looking for a place to pre-game a Giants game or want a fun place to watch a 49ers, Sharks, Warriors or Cal/Stanford game in The City here are the ten best places to drink up around AT&T Park.  We love these 8 places for very different reasons, and because of it they are listed in no particular order. 

21st Amendment

Location: 563 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA
Phone: (415) 369-0900

21st Amendment is one of the most ideal sports bars in San Francisco because of its stellar location and awesome beer selection.  They are conveniently locatedjust a few hundred yards away from AT&T park.  On tap they serve their amazing, original craft beers.  All of their beers are designed to be far from ordinary, making 21st a great place to stop for beer enthusiasts.

Paragon Restaurant & Bar

Location: 701 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA
Phone: (415) 537-9020

As a staff, we have done many Chat Sports staff lunches and meetings at Paragon and have loved everyone of our visits.  Part of what makes Paragon so fun is that it is located across the street from AT&T Park, so its hard to escape orange and black for even a second.  The menu at paragon is great (we always order the Paragon burgers).  They have really tasty fries and a plethora of craft beer choices on tap.  This is definitely a nicer and pricier place to go before a game, but the food is so good that it is worth the visit.


Location: 760 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA
Phone: (415) 227-8660

Momo's is conveniently located across the street from AT&T Park as well. Momo's boasts some of the best outdoor dining in all of San Francisco. While you can eat inside our out, the outdoor patio looks right at AT&T Park and has some views of the ocean surrounding the ball park as well. They offer some of the best seafood in sports bar and have excellent happy hour drinks and specials that make MoMo's a great place to go for dinner before a Giants game.

Public House

Location: 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA
Phone: (415) 644-0240 ‎

Attached to AT&T Park, Public House is a sports fans mecca. The Public House offers a special entrance into the stadium on gamedays and a wall of kegs... doesn't get much better than that. You will always find Public House filled with Giants fans in their jersey's either getting ready to go to the game or watching a road game on one of their many TV's. Aside from offering 20 different draughts on tap, Public House also serves bratwurst sliders that are amazing.

Steff's Sports Bar

Location: 141 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA
Phone: (415) 777-1844

Located a little farther away from the ball park, Steff's is a great place for Bay Area sports fans to go and relax after work. Steff's boasts a plethora of HD TV's behind the bar, a pool table in the back and relaxing atmosphere. This bar is our #1 pick for an after-work hang out with coworkers and friends.

Pete's Tavern

Location: 128 King Street  San Francisco
Phone: (415) 817-5045

If you are looking for a fun place to get some food and drinks on a Giants or Warriors away game night, Pete's Tavern is the place to go. The Western Burger is quite delicious, and goes well with their plethora of beers they have on tap. Also for female sports fans, Pete's was also named one of the best places for female sports fans in San Francisco.

Pedro's Cantina

Location: 128 King Street San Francisco
Phone: (415) 896-5644

If you are craving Mexican food before a Giants game, then Pedro's Tavern is the place for you.  They have stellar tacos and huge margarita pitchers that make a great meal before a game.  Aside from being located across the street from AT&T Park, Perdo's boasts great happy hour specials before all games making it an ideal location for baseball fans to eat and drink before a game.


Location: 101 4th St, San Francisco
Phone: (415) 369-6100

Jillian's is the ideal sports bar and restaurant for those looking for a nice sit down dinner and lots of fun in the same venue. Jillian's offers great food, a ton of billiards tables, many TV's and a huge projector, making it a great place for sports fans any night of the week. While Jillian's may be a bit out of the way for those heading to Giants games, Jillian's offers food and fun that make it worth the extra couple of blocks.

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