If you don't want to deal with the crowded bars and grumpy bartenders, try a private happy hour venue for your event. San Francisco is home to a countless number of bars, but finding one well suited for a private event can be a challenge. Read on to find our top picks for private happy hours in the bay area. Whatever the occasion and no matter the budget, there is a bar for your event.
A curated wine tasting in which one of our wine stewards leads your party through 5 domestic and international wines from our producer portfolio. We directly represent over 50 producers in the tasting room and we love sharing insight and personal stories on the wines and the producers who make them.
Not only is Barbarossa Lounge a chic, interesting place to kick back as a group (it's one of the oldest buildings in SF and survived the 1906 earthquake!) but its rotating menu of specialty cocktails are reason alone to book your next team happy hour here.
A few words to the host gets you escorted downstairs through a secret door. The basement speakeasy is accessed through a hidden bookshelf (or via private side entrance), and features a cool "underground" atmosphere filled with unique decor, games, music, and a private bar with direct access to the outdoor patio.
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Slate bar is a great venue for groups of 50-180. A full service bar, full sound system, projector, TV hookups, pool table, and skeeball will provide any group a great venue for team building.
El Techo is known for its street food, fabulous cocktails, and sweeping rooftop views from its location in the Mission. Book a happy hour for 20 or more, and don't worry about unpredictable SF weather — a retractable roof cover and heat lamps ensure it'll be enjoyable no matter what!