bourbonandbranch.jpgSan Francisco is not L.A. and don’t let anyone catch you thinking it is, but there is one thing that the denizens of both cities love, and that thing is walking onto a set.

In L.A., this usually happens on the Warner Bros. back lot, but in San Francisco it always happens at Rickhouse, Bloodhound, The Parlor, Bourbon & Branch, Kozy Kar, The Tonga Room and Butter.

San Franciscans like their bars the way they would like their plays (if they went to any play besides Wicked): heavily themed.

With the exception of Kozy Kar, where the d

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  • Jeff D.

    “San Franciscans like their bars the way they would like their plays (if they went to any play besides Wicked): heavily themed.”

    i guess that’s true of SOME SFans. others like to drink in dive bars, of which there is a bounty in this town.

    if you need some tips on good ones, Ramona, i’d be happy to recommend.

  • sfresident

    Is “dive bar” not also an overplayed theme?