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Players Sports Grill and Arcade
Situated at the Bay end of Pier 39, Players Sports Grill and Arcade offers 12,000 square feet of games, drinks, food and views of the San Francisco Bay. With a familiar sports bar feel and over two hundred live sports feeds from around the world, Players is the place to be at the pier if you want to watch a game. Players Sports Grill and Arcade also has delicious sandwiches and an excellent bar menu, sixteens beers on tap, over eighty-five arcade games, and more. Among the arcade's games are Skeeball, Bay View Air Hockey, Ms. Pacman, NFL 2-minute Drill, Old West Shooting Gallery, Elvis Pinball, and NBA Hoops. There's also a Tiki Bar and Luau Lounge.
Hard Rock Café San Francisco
Hard Rock Café features a unique rock 'n' roll atmosphere, including the most recent music and more than 250 pieces of memorabilia. The restaurant serves American fare that will rock diners' taste buds. There is also a full bar.
Pier Market Seafood Restaurant
Known for its award-winning clam chowder, sustainable seafood, and mesquite grill dishes, the Pier Market Seafood Restaurant is one of Pier 39's busiest restaurants. There is seating both indoors and outdoors. "To go" food is served outside the restaurant at the Pier Market Crabstand.
Chart House is a fine dining seafood restaurant located at Pier 39's Bay End. The restaurant is famous for its creative seasonal dishes that have an exotic touch. Guests can delight in spectacular views of California sea lions, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the San Francisco Bay as they enjoy delicious steak and seafood dishes.
Famous for a delicious, mouth-watering crab menu, Crab House features dishes like crab chowder, crab cakes, crab legs, crab enchiladas, and more. The restaurant also offers the "Killer Crab®," a whole crab roasted in a secret garlic sauce.
Mango’s Taqueria & Cantina
Visitors to Pier 39 can find delicious Mexican food at Mango's Taqueria and Cantina. The restaurant includes a cantina, a taqueria, and a Bay view deck.
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