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Thee Parkside
Thee Parkside
Thee Parkside
Neighborhood Potrero Hill
Accessibility Accessible to persons with disabilities.

Thee Parkside

1600 17th St., San Francisco, CA, 94107
(415) 252-1330

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Restaurant/Bar Details
$ ($0 - $14)
Price
Kid Friendly, Fun
Atmosphere
Not Required
Reservations
Smoking
Features
Hours
Daily 11:00AM - 2:00AM

Restaurant: Monday - Saturday: 4:00PM - 2:00AM
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Location & Nearby Info
Thee Parkside
1600 17th St.
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 252-1330
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USER REVIEWS
Mar 27, 2008 - johnmarkos
Chili, Beer, and Rush

For some reason, they really like Rush at Thee Parkside. Are they Canadian?

Anyway, if you're ever playing Thee Parkside, you might want to throw in a few Rush covers.

Thee Parkside is a good place to go for a greasy meal and some beers, and to hear some live music. It's also the closest bar to Jackson Park, so if you're playing ball there, you can stop in for a drink at Thee Parkside afterwards.

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