“Filipino-Mexican-Italian-American jewel” is the Best Place To Eat Near SFO, the Cow Palace and San Francisco’s Southern Tier

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If you’re looking for a local spot to bring your holiday visitors or are a visitor yourself, then 7 Mile House is the place to go. 7 Mile House is a local favorite entertaining San Francisco tourists and natives for 160 years.

The multi-award winning 7 Mile House boasts wins from SF Weekly’s 2018 Best Of San Francisco: Best Happy Hour, Best Live Music Venue, Best Sports Bar, Best Burger, Best Dog-Friendly Restaurant, Best Pub Food, Best Chicken Wings and Best Sunday Funday. This year, San Francisco Examiner’s Readers also awarded 7 Mile House Best Sports Bar, Best Budget Restaurant, Best Hamburger and Best Bar.

Whether you’re looking to enjoy free live music, grab a quick bite, watch your favorite sports team or stop in with your dog, 7 Mile House does it all. Established in 1858, the historic 7 Mile House is a family and dog-friendly restaurant, sports bar, and live music venue, serving up a unique mix of homestyle American and Filipino food — local comfort food in the San Francisco hinterlands.

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area for 160 years, 7 Mile House is the only Bay Area mile house left standing in its original location. It has stood as witness to some of San Francisco’s more colorful, sometimes notorious, moments in history operating as a stagecoach stop in the mid 1800s during the Gold Rush and an infamous sports gambling joint in the 80s, to becoming an award-winning restaurant.

Today, 7 Mile Housee is the most popular dining and entertainment venue in Brisbane (just south of San Francisco and on the border of Daly City), boasting great food, drinks, sports via satellite and live entertainment every single night.

So if you want to showcase the real San Francisco to your holiday guests or just want to go to a great historic spot SFWeekly’s Editor-In-Chief Peter Kane recently called a “Filipino-Mexican-Italian-American jewel,” 7 Mile House is the place to be.

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