Bars in Piedmont


American Food and Microbrews for Two or Four at Magoo’s Grill (Up to 59% Off)

Magoo's Grill

Magoo's Grill

Neighborhood grill has slung classic burgers, fish tacos, and microbrews for 25 years in dining room with DirecTV or on outdoor patio

$32 $16

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$1 Off Drinks During Warriors Basketball Games at Fernandes Stein Lounge

Fernandes Stein Lounge

Fernandes Stein Lounge

Guests can cheer on the Warriors with a $1 discount on drinks during basketball games

$1

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3 or 6 Appetizer Samplers with Drinks, or Hookah for Two at Karma 215 (Up to 60% Off)

Karma 215

Karma 215

Guests puff sweet-smelling hookahs on the patio, dine on roti, potstickers, and chicken wings, and sip beer and wine

$30 $14

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Glasses of Wine and Cheese Plates for Two or Four at TasteVin Wine Bar & Bistro (Up to 46% Off)

TasteVin Wine Bar & Bistro

Tastevin Wine Bar & Bistro

Cheese plates pair with different wines, from crisp white and light red to bold, powerful red and dessert, all served with bread and honey

$54 $29

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Billiards, Beer, and Wings for Two or Four at Buffalo Billiards (60% Off)

Buffalo Billiards

Buffalo Billiards

Holding beers from breweries like Lagunitas and Lost Coast, patrons shoot pool for an hour on high-end tables

$29.95 $12

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1 or 2 Hours of Bowling or 1- or 2-Lane Bowling Party with Pizza at Homestead Bowl & The X Bar (Up to 55% Off)

Homestead Bowl and The X Bar

Homestead

32 lanes beckon bowlers to strike while hobnobbing with friends and family amid live music, a grill, and a full sports bar

$44.99 $21

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  • Chop Bar
    Chop Bar: A User's Guide Local Ingredients | Seasonal, Gourmet Menu | Local Wine on Tap | Stylish Design with Reclaimed Materials | Custom Cocktails Sample Menu: Weekday breakfast: housemade gravlax on a bagel with red onion, capers, and cream cheese Weekend brunch: chorizo scramble Lunch: grilled-pork bánh mì Snack: house-pickled vegetables, or Rocky Point oysters Dinner: charcuterie platter, followed by oxtail poutine or butternut-squash risotto with kale Cocktail: Ginger Greyhound with Rain organic vodka, grapefruit juice, and a float of ginger beer Vocab Lesson: Sit and stay a while—"chop bar" is not another term for a steak house, but rather, a West African slang term for the type of roadside eatery that doubles as a neighborhood hangout. When to Visit: In the summer or fall for the annual pig roast. What's Local? The ingredients: From seafood to bread to coffee to wine, everything comes from nearby. At Chop Bar, if it's not housemade, it's from a local farm, creamery, bakery, or roaster. The artwork: Every piece on the wall is an original, and it comes from the hands of an artist in the community. The impact: When you purchase an organic cotton Chop Bar T-shirt, all proceeds go to support Oakland schools. Press Box One Check, Please! Bay Area reviewer was initially drawn in by the extensive, local wine list, and raved, "If I lived in a loft around the corner I would probably be at Chop Bar night and day." Another praised the atmosphere and said, "The cocktails are a must," while the final reviewer described the environment as "cozy" and the cuisine as "comfort food at its best." SF Gate called Chop Bar "communal," "refined," and "comforting yet casual," lauding the signature burger and the oxtail poutine in particular. SF Gate, in a review titled "Chop Bar is a Treat in Jack London Square," said, "The wait staff is a combination of laid back and attentive. The chatter and eclectic music layer in a warm vibe. It's inviting. It's comfortable. And it's got style … But the best part is the food is good, too." While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Check out the state's science, history, and art at the Oakland Museum of California (1000 Oak Street), located just a 10-minute walk away. After: Catch a new flick at Regal Jack London Stadium 9 (100 Washington Street).
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    247 4th St
    Oakland, CA US
  • Dorsey's Locker
    In 1941, Wilma and Henry Dorsey opened a modest family eatery on the corner of 18th and Market in West Oakland. Over the next four decades, devoted family members transformed the place with a relocation, the addition of a cocktail lounge, and the construction of a beautiful wooden bar. Today, Dorsey family members remain the sole shareholders of a bustling restaurant that celebrates their Texas roots with country-style meals of fried chicken, catfish, gumbo, barbecue ribs, and sweet peach cobbler. A rotating weekly menu makes fresh additions to the slate of hearty, homecooked food with such dishes as chitterlings and smothered steak, while sides of collard greens, yams, and black-eyed peas garnish every dish with Southern panache. Far more than a mere restaurant, Dorsey's Locker also treats guests to a full bar and lineup of live entertainment. On Sunday nights from 6 p.m until 10 p.m., the restaurant waives a cover charge for live R&B and jazz music. Open mic events each Tuesday show off the hidden talents of friends and neighbors, while Monday, Thursday, and Saturday-night karaoke provides a socially acceptable outlet for singing a love song to a plate of breaded pork chops.
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    5817 Shattuck Ave
    Oakland, CA US
  • Era Art Bar Lounge
    Order all of your favorite pub classics and munch away at Era Art Bar Lounge. Era Art Bar Lounge is a fantastic spot to indulge and with no low-fat options, you'll need to save the diet for another day. With Era Art Bar Lounge's wide selection of refreshments available, you can tap into the drink menu early in the evening. Take advantage of great beer and tasty bites when you stop by for happy hour. If you have a large group out celebrating a birthday, anniversary, or other milestone, Era Art Bar Lounge is a great pick for large parties with its spacious layout. The restaurant hosts a DJ, and visitors can take to the dance floor as well. The restaurant tends to blast tunes over an already rambunctious crowd, so be ready for thunderous noise here. People tend to swarm the restaurant on Fridays and Saturdays, so be sure to reserve space for your party ahead of time. Sidle into a space on the street or park your vehicle in the adjacent lot. Meals at Era Art Bar Lounge are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person.
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    19 Grand Ave
    Oakland, CA US
  • East Bay Winery Bike Tours
    Although it hasn't quite reached the level of Napa Valley's 400-plus wineries, the East Bay's wine scene has experienced a rebirth—and East Bay Winery Bike Tours intends to ride right alongside as it continues to grow. Led by owner Jon Zalon, the company takes to the streets on two wheels to explore the area's ever-expanding collection of urban wineries and the faces behind the bottles at each stop. In 2012, Diablo magazine plopped East Bay Winery Bike Tours at No. 10 on its "50 Things You Gotta do This Summer" list. No matter the season, EBWBT's rides present safe, scenic routes that include everything from a trip to an Oakland estuary to a pleasant cruise down Alameda's palm-lined streets—all without having to rent a car or a horse to drive that car. Every tour also makes sure to set aside plenty of time to soak in the surroundings, including picnics packed with homemade food.
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    655 3rd St.
    Oakland, CA US
  • Nellie's Soulfood Restaurant & Bar
    In the heart of Oakland, the chefs at Nellie's Soulfood Restaurant & Bar draw from Southern soul-food traditions to craft a menu that's always changing. Many of their seafood, poultry, and beef dishes bear crispy golden crusts. Deep-fried oysters, catfish, and snapper fillets?as well as deep-fried pork chops and chicken wings?sit surrounded by traditional sides such as yams, okra, and rice and gravy. Gravy also covers portions of Southern-style steaks and complements specialty dishes such as meatloaf and oxtails. Traditional Southern desserts of peach cobbler and banana pudding end things on the sweetest note possible, much like the duet of "Islands in the Stream" that traditionally ends every presidential debate.
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    1155 3rd St
    Oakland, CA US
  • Khana Peena
    Northern Indian cuisine, such as dishes of tandoori lamb chops, lobster-papaya curry, and vegetable masala, dots the various tables stacked inside Khana Peena Indian Cuisine, an eatery reminiscent of not only an Indian curry house, but also a French bistro and American brasserie. Diners devour tandoori platters at linen-topped tables in the formal dining room or keep an eye on the open kitchen while seated at the curved copper bar. They can also enjoy a meal tucked away with a loved one inside a curtained-off, private room that boasts pillow seating and complete control over the land of Oz.
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    5316 College Avenue
    Oakland, CA US

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