Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q

What are your hours of operation? Why?

 
A

We're open every day until 2am.

  • 5pm to 2am Monday through Thursday
  • 4pm to 2am Friday and Saturday.
  • Sunday football hours: 1pm to 2am Sundays during football season!

Like a lot of us, The Page takes a while to get dressed, and looks better in dim light.

We open at 8pm on Thanksgiving, and we're closed on Christmas day.

 

 
Q

Do you have a Happy Hour?

 
A

 

Yes, from open until 7pm every day.

Happy hour features $1 off all beer, wine, and well drinks.

 

 
Q

What credit cards do you accept?

 
A

 

None. We accept cash only.

Berating us about this only makes us stronger. We now have an ATM for convenience. Note we are no longer able to cash paychecks or personal checks. We're happy to print receipts for those filing expenses, just ask before we ring your drink.

 

 
Q

What are your specialties?

 
A

 

We like all honest drinks, and we take a particular pride in our 22+ draught beers (generally featuring one or more seasonal beers, and always featuring several local beers) and our fine selection of whiskies: Kentucky, Tennesse, small batch and blends, Canadian, Irish -- and not least, Scotch whisky, of which we have several fine blends and an extensive list of single malts from Orkney to Campbeltown and places in between. Not to mention our Whiskey Special of the Month.

Be sure to ask to see our big beer (750ml bottles) menu, and our whiskey menus.

We're no slouches with gin, vodka, tequila, and rum too (let us know if we don't have a brand you like), and we make real fine bloody mary's and margaritas from scratch.

 

 
Q

May I get a Mohito?

 
A

 

No.


 
Q

May I bring my bike in? What about my dog?

 
A

 

We don't mind a bike unless it's crowded. We discourage dogs.

 

 
Q

May I bring my baby in?

 
A

 

Unfortunately, per the California ABC, since we do not serve food, nobody under the age of 21 is allowed in the bar.

 

 
Q

May I rent out The Page?

 
A

 

Not really, but we like hosting fundraisers for good causes and are happy to donate 10% of our proceeds during any given fundraiser. Email us or drop in with details if you'd like to arrange something. Folks have also used the bottom room for occasional presentations and screenings.

 

 
Q

What did you used to be called?

 
A

There has been a bar at Divisadero and Page for over 70 years, maybe longer (anyone with Prohibition-era information, or earlier, please email us!):

  • The Page -- Thanksgiving, 2004 - present
  • Chances -- 1994 - 2004
  • Corn and Company -- 1979 - 1994
  • Page One -- 1976-1979
  • Pal's Rendezvous -- 1940's - 1976
 
Q

Is it cool to play Rush 2112 on the jukebox?

 
A

 

Not really. Historically, bartenders become churlish and unresponsive 8-12 minutes into any given song.

 

 

 


 

 

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