On the rare warm San Francisco Sunday, nothing is better than taking the ferry over to Tiburon, setting up shop on the deck of Sam's Anchor Cafe, and sipping on Ramos Fizzes until the sun goes down.
Until arriving at Sam's and realizing the city's rowdier contingent managed to get there first.
Pair a sunny weekend with boating's Opening Day on the Bay, and tipsy clientele transforms into full-fledged sloppy drunken anarchy.
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A certain HuffPost SF editor had the privilege of experiencing such a scene firsthand, when she decided to stop at Sam's after a bike ride across the bridge. She could barely get inside the door without tripping over a gaggle of girls who had clearly polished off a few too many tequila shots.
After plowing her way through hordes more of the same, she arrived on the deck only to discover the bar was discontinuing service for the next three hours so employees could restock, clean up and take a much-needed breather.
"I've never seen it like this before," her waitress confessed.
The cafe's unexpected closure didn't stop the patrons, who continued to imbibe mystery liquids on nearby boats. Which led to the inevitable outcome: a brawl of the utmost bro variety.
Take a look at footage captured from the scene below. As our friends at SFist point out, the running girl-commentary really makes this video sing:
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