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MySF: Anina in Hayes Valley

July 9, 2017

This past Saturday we headed out for an urban hike taking us from the Mission District to the Marina District with our pup, Rufus, in tow. We made a stop in Hayes Valley, a unique district that is great for strolling, grabbing a bite, and shopping.

We have lots of favorite stops in the area, but we checked out the new Anina, a bar with an outdoor patio { which is pup friendly and takes group reservations of ten or more } that opened under the same owners as Brass Tacks. Anina is bright, cheerful, airy, welcoming and sure to be a huge hit with the neighborhood as they serve up well-mixed cocktails and a wide selection of beer {menu below}. If food is what you are after, you won’t find it here except on Saturdays on the patio { yummy tacos and chips from Xing Ones Street Tacos }.

The interior, as shown above, greets you with dream-worth pattern mixing.  The cement tile is from Popham Design; a bold mix of patterns paired with a tropical mural by artist Lucila Dominguez, throughout, creates the perfect spot for someone soaking in some summer vibes.

Anina: 482 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA 94102

{  With several beers available { I recommend the sour IPA $9.00 the Mr. had House IPA – $7.00 } and cocktail punch bowls, perfect for sharing with friends, there is something for everyone. }

{ Colorful, ceramic pendants dot along the bar in various colors and shapes. }

{ I couldn’t get enough of the pattern play in this bar. }

{ Always in love with an eclectic gallery wall. }

{ On Saturdays be sure to grab a street taco or two { definitely get the guacamole/tomatillo salsa – delish! }

{ Groups were enjoying the punch bowls while we were there — the Avila is calling my name right now. }

I hope you enjoyed this manicured, SF post. 

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