Always love having a drink here and gazing at the beautiful Maxfield Parish painting, also called the Pied Piper.
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While staying at the Palace Hotel we elected to eat at their restaurant, The Pied Piper. Now this is a bar type facility, not really ideal for children and didn't see any. Our meal was a 10 along with the service.
Don't go there. The decor is nice but that's where it stops. Everything here is terrible. Every place in San Francisco is better than this.
I was staying at the hotel and decided to use my Amex FHR credit on drinks and dinner here. The cocktail list is boring and uninspiring. I ordered one but didn't finish it. I had a burger with truffle fries in the restaurant, which was...More
Dropped by for a drink and was pleasantly surprised. Really old and beautifully renovated room. The art work was worth the trip. Service was great.
Occasionally after a movie, we like to come to Pied Piper to soak up the atmosphere of classic San Francisco with good food and wine. This time the experience was elevated with especially delightful service. In particular, Sumalee who took care of our table made...More
On this visit to the Pied Piper, we were waiting for our room in the Palace Hotel to become available, and stopped in for drinks. We were seated at one of the bistro-style tables, which line a low wall, across from the bar, with the...More
underwhelming meal the night before so we were glad to stay closer to home and have a quick bite at PP. Good decision! Food was hot and satisfying and the company was fantastic! Great place, Great mural behind the bar!
This bar is the epitome of old San Francisco, glamour! The Maxfield Parrish mural of " The Pied Piper," adorns the wall behind the bar. It is magnificent, the bar is beautiful, drinks, are expert, hors deurves, lush, atmosphere is sexy, old- school, and, alluring,...More