243 O'Farrell St., San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410237.786268 -122.408735
Monday To Sunday From 11:30 AM To 01:30 AM
Neighborhoods: Tenderloin, Northeast
Decent Irish pub near Union Square with good selection of beer on tap.
Good backup for O'Reilly's – Went here one night when O'Reilly's kitchen was not working, and was pleasantly surprised. GREAT service, even though they were crowded, and the cottage pie was pretty good.
Good Food – Brought my friend there when she was in town, good food but the service was terrible.Waited 20mins to get our check, the place was not even busy!! There were 4 staff members having a chat around a computer and completly ignored us. Good food but wont go back cause the service was terrible.
Required visit – Actually visited 3 times recently with great table and especially friendly and quality service at bar. Food good and service above normal. Hope to return in near future.
St. Patty's Day – Terrible service, the manager does not care about patrons, only about control, would not recommend in the least to go back to this place.
Worst Service I've Encountered in the City – What can I say beynd the title? The bartenders make you feel unwelcome, and even the manager says she doesn't care about customer service! She actually sais that directly to my face. I will not go back to this place until there's a change in management, and would suggest you don't waste your time either.
This classic Irish bar and restaurant near Union Square caters to visitors and live-music lovers. – The Scene
A series of small, separately enclosed nooks, or "snugs" as they are called in Ireland, provide places for intimate conversation. Dark-wood tones, portraits of famous Irishmen, stained glass and detailed craftsmanship is everywhere. Equal parts restaurant and pub, Foley's draws a strong lunchtime crowd, including Union Square shoppers, and comes alive at night with live music. Irish bartenders are spot on the job with fast service and a joke or two.
Live entertainment ranges from traditional Irish music to rock-and-roll cover bands. A downstairs room, the Cellar, occasionally hosts well-known touring musicians and DJ parties. Irish whiskey and draught beers seem to be the drinks of choice. The Irish House is also a hotel for European travelers, many of whom can be found at the bar.
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