by A S. on
In keeping with its name, The Local serves up everything you'd hope for in a neighborhood bar. It has plenty of booth seating, an unpretentious atmosphere, an array of bar games, and a nice large porch for warm evenings. Most importantly, the wings are PHENOMENAL. Prices are reasonable, to boot. Two thumbs up!
by Mel F. on
I went here on a Thursday night and thought it was great, just be prepared to wait in a line out the door. They don't have a ton of space to sit down, but once we ordered we only waited a few minutes for a table to open up. They have a great variety of burgers, toppings, and different sauces which were quite good. They also have Cherry Coke from the fountain, which is always a plus for me. We had all three sides, but the onion rings were the best. The fries and onion rings are also large portions so they are good for sharing. The coke milkshake was delicious, but thought it would be a little bigger for $5. Another downside was that the food was very salty. However, the service was good, and everyone was friendly. Overall, the burgers were good, but I wouldn't say they were the best in the city. And I would go there again, but if there was still a long wait would probably just go somewhere else.
by Carrie Davilla on
Club Waziema is the most chilled-out joint in what is fast (and sadly) becoming the gentrified "Divisidero Corridor." I only hope it survives amidst our changing neighborhood. I digress... Waziema's tall, dark haired female bartender is always friendly and attentive; though the food may lack this or that (according to other reviewers), I've always found the flavors to be good and I've left with a happy tummy. I love the decor, the vibe, and the diversity among the patrons. The last time I was at Waziema, there was a young indie crowd in full effect; hopefully this gem won't become the "dive bar" scene at which to be seen. Ya know?