KOZY KAR BAR HAS TWO LOCATIONS!
KOZY KAR BAR
1548 POLK STREET AT SACRAMENTO
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. 94109
415*346*KOZY

HOURS
EVERYDAY 7PM-2AM

WHAT IS KOZY KAR?
Kozy Kar is a bar of all things cool growing up in the 70's and early 80's. Custom vans, eight track players, CB radios, waterbeds, chain steering wheels, shag, mirrored ceilings, van bar seats are just a few of the amenities.
KOZY KAR BAR 2:
ELECTRIC BOOGALOO: THE STABBIN' CABIN
404 D Mendocino Ave
SANTA ROSA, CA. 95401
707*583*7885

HOURS
TUESDAY-SATURDAY 8PM-2AM

WHAT IS KOZY KAR 2?
Kozy Kar 2 is a continuation of the original kozy kar, spanning from the 70's through the early 90's. It has all the same crappy items that the kozy kar has with some new ones thrown in.




KOZY KAR BAR
1548 POLK STREET AT SACRAMENTO
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. 94109
415*346*KOZY
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WHAT IS KOZY KAR?
Kozy Kar is a bar of all things cool growing up in the 70's and early 80's. Custom vans, eight track players, CB radios, waterbeds, chain steering wheels, shag, mirrored ceilings, van bar seats are just a few of the amenities.

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HOURS OF OPERATION
Everyday 7pm-2am
We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard & reluctantly American Express.
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PRIVATE EVENT INFORMATION
The Kozy Kar is available for private events every day.
Please text Sam at 415-336-2340.
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THINGS PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT KOZY KAR

Top Nine Bars of San Francisco 2011
San Francisco Travel

"Bars along Polk Street are plentiful, so how does a bar stand out among the pack? By having stiff drinks, looped 70's cartoons and movies, questionable photos plastered all along the bar and 70's vans with chairs and waterbeds, Kozy Kar does just that. It's a unique bar that you can only find in San Francisco."
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7x7 Magazine Weird Art in Bars 2011
Kozy Kar (website slightly NSFW) is an unabashedly, endearingly trashy bar on Polk Street that mixes 70s car culture with copious pages torn from vintage Playboy magazines that seem to cover every surface of its interior–they're even shellacked to the dance floor. Let its Lite Brite sign lure you in to sip a PBR or one of their extra-strong drinks while sitting on a waterbed covered in shag carpet (oh, and the walls are covered in shag carpeting too). If you're rolling deep, get your crew inside one of the booths that's really a hollowed-out air-brushed van equipped with old CB radios. Needless to say, there's a lot to look at."
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SF Weekly Best of San Francisco 2010
Best Place to Get Drunk on a Waterbed

"Theme bars aren't the most fail-safe entrepreneurial ventures, but if you're going to give one a try, covering your watering hole with titty shots is probably a smart bet. It's a wonder, then, that no reputable S.F. taverns had taken this approach until 2009, when Kozy Kar opened on Polk Street. If Scooby and Shaggy joined forces with Hugh Hefner to paint the town red, this is probably where they'd spend most of the night. The bar is decorated like the interior of a hotboxed 1970s pussy wagon, with minibus-shaped booths, fully accessible waterbeds, and vintage porn pics plastered over the dance floor. Throw in the Missile Control arcade game in the corner, and you can see why Kozy Kar is a certain sensibility's approximation of heaven"
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Everything That Was Important in 2009
Urban Daddy's Top Nine Bars of 2009

"Some eras are worth reliving, especially if centerfolds and waterbeds are involved. Kudos to Kozy Kar for unabashedly embracing the '70s and early '80s by covering its floors and bars with vintage centerfolds, adding mirrored ceilings and, of course, installing a custom 1983 GMC in the heart of it all for inspiration."
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CitySearch's Top Ten New Bars of 2009
"There's a reason there aren't too many theme bars in San Francisco, a city which takes great pride in its ratio of seedy dives to square miles. Kozy Kar, however, may have found the perfect combination--a pervy, '70s-inspired dive decked out to make you feel like you're drinking inside a bona fide disco-swinger love van. With everything from shag-carpeted walls and waterbed-booths to working CB radios and a real, live ’83 GMC van, the commitment to reviving the best parts of Dazed and Confused is astounding. The theme extends to the booze on offer, as well, with a full lineup of canned PBR, Schlitz, Olympia and Hamm’s, and the kind of whiskeys that match a huge 'stache, an obsession with Led Zeppelin and, yes, a souped-up '70s van with a unicorn mural and a teardrop window."
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The Year In Eater 2009
The Year's Nine Biggest Restaurant Stories

Far and away the most memorable Yelp feud involved Kozy Kar, which put a funny photo of a complaining Yelper on its website. That, and the comments thread that ensued, soon became the stuff of legend.
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