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  • East Nile (Studio 1510)

    1510 Eighth St. Oakland, CA 94607

  • Eastside West

    Eastside West

    3154 Fillmore San Francisco, CA 94123
    415-885-4000 This popular Marina Triangle restaurant is known for its oyster bar, but night transforms the seafood spot into a cool bar with hip hop DJs and live jazz. More >>

  • Easy Lounge

    Easy Lounge

    3255 Lakeshore Oakland, CA 94610

  • El Rio

    El Rio

    3158 Mission San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-282-3325 With moderately priced (and heavily poured) drinks, a sprawling patio, and an intimate stage in a side room, this Mission District destination is a keystone of indie-hipster nightlife. DJs spin everything from country to funk, bands play everything from samba to punk, and the $1 Monday nights are the stuff of legend. More >>

  • El Tapatio Nightclub

    4742 Mission San Francisco, CA 94112

  • Elbo Room

    Elbo Room

    647 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-552-7788 The Elbo Room ain't the rock Valhalla it once was, but a bar and pinball machines downstairs and a music venue upstairs provide entertainment that varies between DJ nights and live bands ranging from hip-hop to punk to funk to samba. There's never a cover charge for the downstairs bar, whose crimson-candlelit booths are often jam-packed with attractive scenesters. The second-floor music room, meanwhile, attracts a crowd as varied as the events themselves: hippies, hipsters, goths, rockers, hip-hop heads, salsa dancers, old-school soul twisters - name any demographic, they've all been here at one time or another. More >>

  • Eli

    Eli's Mile High Club

    3629 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Oakland, CA 94609
    510-654-4549 Long a renowned blues hotspot, Eli's Mile High went through some rough times - and many owners - before being reborn as a punk rock dive by the highway. Thrashy bands now take over the stage several nights a week, blasting heavy riffs to tattooed crowds who may not even notice the decades worth of blues memorabilia and old show posters on the walls. A casually scruffy back patio, lowbrow art mini-gallery, upstairs tattoo parlor, and plenty of cheap booze help complete the makeover. More >>

  • The EndUp

    The EndUp

    401 Sixth St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-646-0999 A nightclub that (fortunately) stays up well past its bedtime, the Endup has a hard-earned reputation as an after-hours mecca that still holds up. Though somewhat dated in style, this venerable club's backyard grotto remains an urban oasis, with fountains and ferns and reverberating dance beats distracting from the fact that the highway runs right outside the gates. More >>

  • Espresso Roma Cafe

    3130 Fillmore San Francisco, CA 94123

  • Everett and Jones Barbeque

    Everett and Jones Barbeque

    126 Broadway Oakland, CA 94607

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