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Red's Place

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TheLadyoftheHouse wrote a review Feb 2020
19 contributions2 helpful votes
We stumbled upon Red’s while walking around Chinatown. Bartender was really friendly along with some regulars who were there. They gave us some great recommendations for places to try Dim Sum. Would definitely go again!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dan W wrote a review Oct 2019
Portland, Oregon1,948 contributions567 helpful votes
Red’s is the penultimate dive bar! It’s been there forever and the vibe is unique to those which are truly old, old, old. It’s small and cozy - if I lived in the neighborhood I would spend time hanging out here. I highly recommend a visit as part of one’s Chinatown/SF experience.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Emily I wrote a review Feb 2018
Seattle, Washington252 contributions29 helpful votes
Red’s is the perfect dive bar whether you are a SF local or you are visiting for a few hours. As the oldest bar in Chinatown, it is full of rich history and long time patrons that give this place a unique vibe. Jerry, the owner, greets just about everyone who enters the bar and seems to have a personal connection with most of his patrons. His hospitable attitude is shared by many of the regulars, making everyone feel welcome from the second they sit down. Red’s is a cozy little spot, with only a few tables and stools, but there is a fair amount of standing room to consume your drink if all the seats are full. They have a standard bar selection and also feature some Chinese beers and liquors. A unique part of this bar that we learned during our time there is that regulars can purchase full bottles of liquor, and consume them at their own pace. Bottles are marked with the customer’s name and date and are left on a separate shelf.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Elizabeth C wrote a review Oct 2016
San Antonio, Texas2 contributions
Thanks Jerry, for the taste of the local brews. If you are walking through Chinatown be sure to stop in for a drink at the bar.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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gonzogourmet wrote a review Nov 2015
Vancouver, Canada81 contributions34 helpful votes
After the obligatory Chinese mai tais at Li Po, we wandered in here by chance and had a few drinks with the friendly locals and the pretty Northern Chinese bartender, Helen. The bathroom downstairs is atrocious--be forewarned--but the overall divey vibe and decent drinks made the experience enjoyable. Try the Lucky Buddha beer--aside from the distinctive sitting fat-bellied buddha shaped green bottle, it is a pretty drinkable beverage and the appropriate drink for the area, and hard to find outside of Chinatown.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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