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Short Review of Public House - Best Onion Rings

The Dive | Jul 12, 201011:40 AM    

Went to Public House on Saturday night and found the food and the beer to both hit the mark. Had the 4505 bratwurst (which was very tasty -- possibly the best brat I've had outside of the midwest), but the real star were the onion rings. These were thin, salty, herby and amazingly crispy. Not greasy in the slightest. Definitely my favorite onion rings anywhere.

The beer list was a good combination of watery standards, craft brew crowd pleasers and beer-geekery selections. Had the Port Shark Attack and Lost Abbey Devotion -- both very nice to have on tap (and can I say how great it is to see Port Brewing and Lost Abbey making appearances now up in the SF area?).

Overall, I was impressed by Public House and might even return on a non-event, non-game night.

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Public House
24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94101

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