$1 PBR and $0 PB&J at Doc's Clock Tonight

Broke-Ass Stuart is back again with one of his now infamous Still Broke As Fuck nights at Doc’s Clock.  If you somehow haven’t yet heard, these are awesome because honestly where else can you get a free PB&J sandwich to go along with PBR’s for a buck all night long?  Toss in some soul music and giant Connect Four and you’ve got the best cheap date (dinner, drinks, entertainment) in town!

The fun starts at 9:30pm.  See you there!

Broke-Ass $1 PBR at Doc's Clock Tonight

Although the going price of PBR in Mission bars consistently maintains at a steady (and reasonable) $2 (unless that foolish drinking tax gets passed), anytime you have a chance to get wasted at half that price, you have to take it.  Throw in 4 foot tall Connect Four set up (current score–Sarkarati 1, Sexpigeon 0–although my next opponent Kanye West will be a tough one) and you’ve got your Wednesday all figured out!  Thanks Broke-Ass Stuart!

Now, this also brings up an interesting question of bar tipping etiquette.  When you order one PBR, you tip $1, but when you order, say, three PBRs, do you also tip $3?  Does it make any difference how much the drink costs?  Should you tip more for labor intensive ones since they take longer to make?  Does the mixology of a Bloody Mary warrant the same tip as the flick of a pop-top on a can or the addition of Jameson to a glass of ice cubes?

What say you?


Doc’s Clock Really Does Have the Nicest Bathroom Ceilings

But They Don’t Have NO JUKE


I completely agree with reader Fred regarding the greatness of the bathroom ceilings at Doc’s Clock.  They also have one of the nicest Sunday brunches in the city in Three Papayas, a Thai/Vietnamese masterpiece by ”underground superstar chef” Tawei of Yamo fame.

But they don’t have NO JUKE.

And we’re talking about one of the greatest jukeboxes in the city according to SF Appeal.  What happened?


Doc’s Clock Really Does Have the Nicest Bathroom Ceilings

Pop-up Thai/Vietnamese Brunch at Doc’s Clock

500 Clubbin'

Ooh!  Pic from everyday photos:

500 Club claims it opens at 6 a.m., but it’s not true.  Don’t try.

This photo makes me feel like I’m in a community swimming pool at 8 a.m. Wow.  Well done.

I went to Doc’s Clock tonight and there was some serious B&T action going on.  What’s the story with that place?  I’ve always loved it, but tonight, it seemed as though everyone had on tank tops and jeans and no one was drinking.  Buzzkill.

It's Easy Being Green. And Drunk.

Green & Tonic

Green & Tonic is having a pub crawl this Saturday, September 19th through the three “greenest” bars in the Mission: Doc’s Clock, Casanova, and Elixir.

The start-up works with bars to reduce waste, water, and energy usage, and to encourage them to carry local and sustainable brews and spirits.

The event – called the Get Zerowasted Pub Crawl – starts at Doc’s at 4 p.m., moves to Casanova at 5:30, then ends at Elixir at 7.  Included: drink discounts, a green auction, a sustainable scavenger hunt.

Interesting idea for an organization – so bourgie boho!  And I’m curious to hear how they came up with Doc’s Clock, Casanova, and Elixir as our three greenest bars.

One time I saw a naked girl wearing only high heels sitting at the bar at Doc’s.  I guess that’s pretty green.