Elixir

Row 1

Details
3200 16th St (at Guerrero St)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 552-1633
Bar, Cocktail, Dive Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 3:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat–Sun: Noon–2:00 AM
Menu
Map

Foursquare Tips

  • Elixir looks like your average, unassuming "saloon," but just take a look at the cocktail list and you'll understand the wizardry that goes on behind the stick.
  • Enjoy a pint here!
  • This bar quickly became one of my faves. Craft cocktails in a dive bar setting? Yes, please!
  • One of the few places that has Old Speckled Hen ON TAP \m/ BRITS n BEERLOVERS REJOICE
  • H. Joseph Ehrmann creates drinks at this refurbished saloon with seasonal fruit juices, house-made mixers and spirits from Bay Area distillers like Hangar One and No. 209.
  • See eric, nick or H, they are so nice and just rock! Love them!
  • Eric is the beat bartender!!!
  • Drink green: Elixir has a cornucopia of organic booze behind the bar.
  • Absinthe with Frangelica
  • Best build your own bloody bar in SF, but you already knew that.
  • nnden geiyorduk; ksa bir nefeslenme iin girdik. Ama uzun bir nefes oldu. Biram yudumlarken NFL ma ritelini gerekletirmi oldum.
  • The bloody elixir is the best bloody mary in SF, making our list of "The Tastes That Make the City: SF Edition."
  • This bar is hard to pin down. The drinks can be good but the quality and care varies by night and by bartender. This is what life looks like without hard standards.
  • nice place, but there's some Faraday cage-thing going on here, you'll never get phone reception inside
  • This places stinks. Literally.
  • Try the Pisco Punch "Original Recipe"
  • The History of The Elixir: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANwtfxrgsI8
  • A must see if you are in San Fran, their Bloody Elixir is #4 on GQ's top 20 cocktails list. Stop by on Sunday for the make your own Bloody Mary, a perfect end to a long weekend.
  • Shea is an amazing bartender- order anything from him and you will see what I'm talking about!
  • This place is 153 years old. Need I say more? Come here to see a piece of sf history (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)