Pops Pups


We invite you to take a must deserved break to enjoy some recent photos of our favorite furry drinking companions at Pops Bar.  Come by and bring your pup or make a new friend.  Want more?  Visit @sfbarpups on Instagram.  You can also follow @popsbar on Instagram.





Check out this week’s full entertainment line up at Pops Bar:


Mangled swordfish washed up on the sidewalk


Happy Halloween from high above the Mission! Woof!

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[via Jess]

How to solve mice problems in the Mission

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Legendary blogger and former Missionite Tony Pierce, in a post about skateboard designer Todd Francis, recalls a fearsome tale of the Mission in the ’90s:

after college when i was transferred up to Frisco i needed a place to live and he had a spare room in his apartment on 22nd and Folsom.

we had a mice problem. there was a hole in the apartment somewhere. but he had these giant snakes in this cloudy fish tank.

he let them out to roam. they ate all the mice and slithered back into their tanks.

Read on for the rest of Tony’s story.

Pup in a bag waiting for BART

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[via Melissa]

Three-legged dog party, coming in June to Duboce Park

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[via Kayla]

Pops Pups





Take a break from your day and enjoy a moment of adorable brought to you by Pops Bar. Not to brag, but we’re pretty sure we have the best looking four-legged patrons around town. Bring your pup to Pops and see for yourself!

Check out this week’s full music line up at Pop’s Bar:


A dog and a frog

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Now please enjoy this post about how this dog likes to bury its owner under a mountain of sand and perch proudly atop it AND this post about how RIBITY IS BACK!

This little piggy went “Dolores Park is okay I guess” all the way home

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Earlier this month a wild pig terrorized some neighbors near Dolores Park. Well, we’re happy to report the pig, whose name is Janice btw, is safe and sound and nowhere near the Mission.

SF Gate reports:

A little piggy has been adopted after she got loose and sent Good Samaritans on a hog hunt through San Francisco’s Mission District this month.

Janice the wayward piglet’s new home will be with Al Wolf, director of Sonoma County Reptile Rescue in Sebastopol, San Francisco Animal Care and Control announced Friday.

“We’re gonna miss her,” said Deb Campbell, a spokeswoman for San Francisco Animal Care and Control, the shelter where Janice has been staying. “She’s so awesome. She’s so cute.”

The 10-pound porker led a group of people on a chase on Dolores Street on March 8, running under cars to evade her pursuers and prompting a police officer to block traffic in the area. Brother Damian of the Society of Saint Francis headed the pursuit.

“We had a three-block up-and-down and up-and-down chase,” he said the day of Janice’s capture.

Read on for more. (Thanks, Jess!)

Now please enjoy these other pig-related posts from over the years…

Wild pig terrorizes neighbors near Dolores Park

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Nah, just kidding. It’s somebody’s lost pet we think, and the SFPD were on the scene (haha) and we think maybe it ended up with the SPCA?

(Thanks, Victoria!)