2231 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9412337.800225 -122.440097
Neighborhoods: North, Marina
Fun spot for a snack or a beer. The pretzels, mac and cheese and the chicken pot pie are sure bets.
Just don't call me ma'am! – Ok, I'm trying to take this aging thing in stride, but the Tipsy Pig is one of the few places that make me feel like I'm starting to get old. It's just wall to wall youngins trying to do all the baby making activities, sans actually making the baby. This place is packed wall to wall with the young 20-somethings that the Marina is so unfairly stereotyped for.
It's too bad, because otherwise I'd really like it. Fun setting, nice menu and the burger really is fantastic.
Busy place – This is a good place to come on Sat night. Place is crowded and fun.....
Citysearch Editorial Review – From the team behind nearby Mamacita, this American gastrotavern follows the same concept (quality food, raging bar scene) and may even turn out to be more popular than that long-burning hot spot. The space is given a rustic, turn-of-the-century feel by the pressed-tin ceiling, 30s-era Art Deco bar, leather booths, shelves of antique books and working hobbit stove, but it's the large, sunny and heated backyard patio, decked out with both communal picnic tables and cozy nook, that will make this place the new HQ for the young GQ set. Tipsy's menu is down-home comfortable (think pork sliders, fried chicken, and pot pie), but is made with free-range meat and produce sourced from the chef's own organic Oak Hill Farms in Sonoma, making this the sort of eatery people raised in trailer parks and hippie communes can agree on (although you'll find neither here). The bar features 50 well-chosen artisanal beers, mid-range California wines and specialty, pig-themed cocktails, not to mention a three-deep crowd of patrons clamoring for all of the above.
Great place and coming into its own very nicely – PLace feels more and more like a home away from home after each visit.
New England style. – The Tipsy Pig, has the feeling of a polished New England pub. The usual marina crowd sips beer and sweet cocktails.
Editorial Review – This self-proclaimed "gastrotavern" offers a kid-friendly, neighborhood joint to get pork chops, sliders and international beer choices in the Marina.
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