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  • George

    George's Nightclub

    842 Fourth St. San Rafael, CA 94901

  • The Gingerbread Warehouse

    1275 Connecticut San Francisco, CA 94107

  • Giordano Brothers

    Giordano Brothers

    303 Columbus San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-397-2767 Opened by Pittsburgh expats homesick for their local specialty (the "all-in-one" sandwich), this immaculate little diner, with counter seating and high tables at which you perch on a banquette or stools, features only one thing: thick sandwiches on fresh-baked Italian bread that include a layer of french fries and coleslaw along with your choice of grilled meat (Italian sausage, coppa, and pastrami, among other options). The meatless egg-and-cheese makes a swell breakfast. Inexpensive and delicious. More >>

  • Glenview Performing Arts Center

    1318 Glenfield Oakland, CA 94602

  • The Golden Bull

    412 14th St. Oakland, CA 94612-2702

  • Golden State Theatre

    417 Alvarado Monterey, CA 93940
    831-372-4555 Became a live music venue in August 2012. More >>

  • Grammy Museum

    Grammy Museum

    800 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015
    213-765-6800 Housed in downtown's upscale L.A Live mall, this multistory museum doesn't appear to be very rock & roll on the surface, but it does boast a variety of permanent and traveling exhibits. While the focus is largely on mainstream figures in rock, pop, R&B, country and jazz, the venue also hosts regular performances in which celebrity musicians perform a few tunes and discuss their craft with an audience Q&A. All ages. More >>

  • Grant & Green Saloon

    Grant & Green Saloon

    1371 Grant San Francisco, CA 94133

    This semi-dive in the heart of North Beach is a sure bet for loud rock, cheap drinks, and a crowd of local characters. A sidewalk barker pulls in tourists for blues-rock sets and cover bands on the weekends, but during the week the place is reclaimed by long-haired locals who like their music a little rougher. More >>

  • Great American Music Hall

    Great American Music Hall

    859 O'Farrell San Francisco, CA 94109
    415-885-0750 An exquisite mid-size room with grandiose antique ornamentation, a large stage, and an atmosphere of ornate historical luxury. Perched between the Tenderloin, Civic Center, and Polk Gulch neighborhoods, this hall first opened in 1907 and has been everything from a bordello to a jazz club to its current incarnation as one of the city's best places to see both old musical favorites and rising young stars. More >>

  • Greek Theatre

    Hearst Ave. & Gayley Road Berkeley, CA 94709

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