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Pete’s Tavern (the largest sports bar in San Francisco) can hold 1,000 sports fans between them, and have 22 flat-screen TVs. Whoa. And yes, there’s a menu full of wings, bacon-wrapped dogs, nachos, and more.

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9. Pete’s Tavern (San Francisco)

It’s called the premier sports bar of San Francisco for a reason — it’s located just across the street from the SF Giants’ AT&T Park — but it’s the cocktails and draft beer on offer that get us excited. Say hello to the Ballpark Cooler (made with Jeremiah Weed Sweet Tea Vodka and lemonade), the Pete’s Rye Manhattan, plus Drake’s 1500 ale, Speakeasy Prohibition brew, and Red Hook ESP. It’s spacious, it’s rowdy, it’s filled with TVs — what more could you ask for?

Number of TVs: 22
Number of Beers: 12 on draught, 15 bottled (including 10 wines)
Best Thing on the Menu: Bacon-wrapped dog, with onions and peppers
Coolest Thing About It: Proximity to AT&T Park, plus lots of space and seating, making it a great home for Giants games