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  • Haight-Ashbury

    Haight San Francisco, CA 94117

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe

    Pier 39 San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-433-7625 At the Hard Rock Cafe, the emphasis is on big: big cocktails, big plates of American food, and big gold guitars welcoming you into the stalwart of bar/restaurant chains. Like its other locations, San Francisco's Hard Rock has a fascinating array of rock memorabilia on the walls, like a gold dress worn by Beyoncé and dozens of autographed photos. Fun, familiar, and friendly, it's a convenient pit stop on Pier 39, but if you're hitting the bar, be prepared for lots of families until well after the dinner rush. The fully stocked bar offers ample seating, and the menu offers food and drinks at ample prices: for instance, an enormous sugary Mai Tai will set you back $11 and a hamburger almost $15. More >>

  • Harlot


    46 Minna San Francisco, CA 94105
    415-777-1077 Tucked into an alley near the Transbay Terminal, Harlot showcases a decor motif that is perhaps best described as "post-industrial chateau," i.e., Louis XIV seating and chandeliers mixed with exposed brick walls and steely iron girders. Mid-week events occasionally skew towards the indie/hip demographic, while weekends are strictly B&T. More >>

  • Hemlock Tavern

    Hemlock Tavern

    1131 Polk San Francisco, CA 94109
    415-923-0923 By showcasing some of the world's best underground indie-rock bands, this microvenue has quickly become one of the city's best. A crowded, clamorous bar up front - decorated with kitschy thrift-shop art, vintage beer paraphernalia, and some choice retro lamps - hides an intimate music room in back. There's also a terrarium-like smoking section off to one side, so you can get your nic fix without having to abandon your cocktail. The great (and free) jukebox selections, plus weekly punk DJs, fill out the hours when bands aren't playing. More >>

  • Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium

    10 10th St. Oakland, CA 94607

  • Herbst Theatre

    Herbst Theatre

    401 Van Ness San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-392-4400 Heavy red-velvet curtains, sparkling gold-leaf ceiling, vibrant Beaux Arts murals - if you want classy, you'll find it here at the Herbst. A San Francisco staple for classical, jazz, and world-music performances, this theatre inside the War Veterans Memorial Building (across the street from City Hall) has history and atmosphere aplenty. More >>

  • High Street Station

    1303 High St. Alameda, CA 94501

  • Hillside Club

    2286 Cedar Berkeley, CA 94709

  • Historic Sweet's Ballroom

    1933 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612

  • Holy Cow

    Holy Cow

    1535 Folsom San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-621-6087 It's always a party at the famous Holy Cow. Watch frat boys and bachelorette-party girls freak nasty on the dance floor as you sip half-price cocktails and groove to '80s music and R&B. More >>

  • Horizon Lounge

    Horizon Lounge

    498 Broadway San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-576-1118 Horizon Lounge, like its brother clubs along Broadway, can vary depending on the event or promoter, but it's a glossy nightclub through and through. The beats are loud, danceable, young-crowd favorites, and bottle service is employed frequently. Two bars service the throngs of clubbers from separate rooms and a few plush couches offer seating from the dance floor. But rest assured: this space is meant for moving. Check Horizon's website for specific event info and you might be able to skip the cover -- otherwise, plan on droppin' some bills at the door along with some time in line. More >>

  • Hotel Utah

    Hotel Utah

    500 Fourth St. San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-546-6300 The Old West and indie music come together at the Hotel Utah Saloon, where a small stage, an antique bar, and a diversely stocked jukebox set the scene. A gigantic taxidermied elk head stares down upon drinkers in the main section, which is dominated by a beautiful old wooden bar on one side and a long row of picture windows on the other. The adjacent music area is split between a small balcony (shaped to look like the stern of a sailing ship) and an intimate downstairs section with a scattering of tables and corner booths. Meaty grub fills the menu during the day, while eclectic local bands and acoustic songwriters fill the calendar at night. More >>

  • HP Pavilion

    HP Pavilion

    525 W. Santa Clara San Jose, CA 95113

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