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Vesuvio isn't a dive bar and on weekends it *can* get crowded and a have a *bit* of a 'business' clientele. But the history of the place and the building itself is well worth it. It's an awesome place to go alongside City Lights because...More
Very kitschy place with lots going on, there was a book club meeting the night we were there. Very arty with a young crowd. Not the friendliest of places, guy behind the bar quite abrupt, but I guess they're quite busy. No wifi but not...More
We left a grouchy restaurant and came here for a quick drink before heading back to the hotel for the evening. The waitress at Vesuvio was so kind and friendly. We took our time and enjoyed our cocktails. Highly recommend, good vibes here!
Love this place. 2 stories. Yet quaint. People say beat spot in town. It’s very artsy and very cool. A must drop in for some drinks. I didn’t give it a 5 star bc their well tequila was bad. But that’s prob my fault for...More
Go here for a drink and a bit of history. Maybe you can be inspired to write that next bestseller. Maybe you can meet the next famous poet. I just wished they served a bit of bar food. But it is a must go to...More
Right by City Lights Bookstore and Kerouac Alley, we slipped in for an after-dinner port to enjoy the beatnik quirky ambience of olden days. You gotta know what you're going for in a city like SF with so many glamorous options - this is for...More
Just before we go to our reservation for dinner, we decide to stop for a couple of drinks in the Vesuvio. It is a beautiful well-decorated bar, we stay in the bar and ordered a couple of drinks, Jack & GingerAle and a glass of...More
As the oldest in North America, San Francisco's Chinatown is an exotic experience. A unique neighborhood decorated with colorful shops, historic streetlights, hanging lanterns, and pagoda roofs awaits behind the stone-carved dragon gates. Feast on dim sum at the tea houses, or meet the locals who gather at historic Portsmouth Square to play chess or practice Tai Chi. Fish markets, produce stands,
tourist shops, jewelry stores, fortune tellers, temples and restaurants come together to create a world unto itself in this historic neighborhood.