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  • Broadway Studios

    435 Broadway San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-291-0333 When the curtain rises at this historic North Beach venue, you never know what you'll get -- it could be anything from bristling punk to brassy swing. Though the club's reputation comes mostly from Lindy-Hopping holdovers of the swing boom who populate the regular dance classes, there is a little of everything. More >>

  • Bruns Memorial Amphitheater

    100 Gateway Blvd. Orinda, CA 94563

  • Bubble Lounge

    Bubble Lounge

    714 Montgomery San Francisco, CA 94111
    415-434-4204 San Francisco's premier champagne house complements its exhaustive menu of bubbly with appetizers and weekend DJs. The overall vibe is loungey and often full of women in their favorite little black dresses. More >>

  • Buriel Clay Theater

    762 Fulton San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-762-2071 This small Civic Center theater hosts a variety of events of interest to African-Americans and their friends. More >>

  • Cafe Axe Cultural Center

    1525 Webster St. Oakland, CA 94612

  • Cafe Claude

    Cafe Claude

    7 Claude San Francisco, CA 94108
    415-392-3505 This tiny corner of Paris, tucked away in the downtown alley it's named for, is decorated with furnishings rescued from an old Paris cafe, including a curving zinc bar at which to enjoy your glass of red wine or kir royale. The bistro menu features French classics at lunch and dinner. Live jazz is on tap Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. More >>

  • Cafe Cocomo

    Cafe Cocomo

    650 Indiana San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-824-6910 Cafe Cocomo's semi-hidden location - nestled next to the highway at the bottom of Potrero Hill and on the edge of Dogpatch - doesn't mean it's a secret: Salsa lovers congregate at this indoor/outdoor nightclub for live performances by the local orquesta of their choice every weekend, with dance lessons available early in the evening. Occasional DJ events, blues bands, and rock shows also fill the club's calendar. While the industrial location and tropical patio may seem casual, however, keep in mind that a dress code is usually in effect. More >>

  • Cafe Divine

    Cafe Divine

    1600 Stockton San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-986-3414 Located just across the street from Washington Square, this homey, friendly bistro is one of North Beach's primo hangouts. The maple bar and its gleaming brass espresso machine serve up fragrant, potent coffeehouse concoctions. Marvelous comfort food is served throughout the day: buttermilk waffles at breakfast, thin-crusted pizzetti in the afternoon, and the always-delicious three-course Italian prix-fixe at suppertime. Paintings by local artists cover the walls, live jazz is a regular occurrence, and the setting (the marvelous old Dante Building) is airy, convivial, and brimming with that neighborhood dolce far niente. More >>

  • Cafe Du Nord

    Cafe Du Nord

    2170 Market San Francisco, CA 94114
    415-861-5016 Descend into this subterranean nightspot and you'll find yourself in an intimate hideaway where good food and drink, a roomy dancefloor, and a wide and eclectic entertainment lineup keep the customers partying into the wee hours. Built in 1907, the former speakeasy's deep red walls, classic paneling and wainscoting, and 40-foot hand-carved mahogany bar make you feel you're in a vintage Left Bank bordello. A brief menu of salads, burgers, pizzas, and bar food complements the cocktails nicely. More >>

  • Cafe International

    Cafe International

    508 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-552-7390 With free WiFi and jazz bands playing two nights a week, this Haight St. hangout is a place where customers both work and play. Somewhere along the way, they get hungry, and when they do, they grab a bite. Apart from the expected salads, soups, and sandwiches, a few options tilt toward Mediterranean and Latin culinary traditions -- like falafel and a Cuban sandwich made with beef instead of pork. More >>

  • Cafe Van Kleef

    Cafe Van Kleef

    1621 Telegraph Oakland, CA 94612
    510-763-7711 One of the first kids on the new Uptown block, Cafe Van Kleef's weekend stage hosts jazz, blues, and soulful rock bands in a playfully cluttered milieu that feels like a 1980s European art-house movie set (but only if it had been decorated by random stuff found at a kitschy rummage sale). More >>

  • Caffe Trieste

    Caffe Trieste

    601 Vallejo San Francisco, CA 94133
    415-392-6739 Unchanged since the Beat poets chose to frequent it in the 1950s, the cafe hosts Saturday afternoon opera, and still makes the best cappuccino in town. During the hours without live music, there's plenty of entertainment to be had just watching streams of people walk by the windows. More >>

  • California Club

    1750 Clay San Francisco, CA 94109
    415-474-3516 Despite its name, the semiprivate California Club is best known as a host venue for events from a variety of international cultural groups from places such as Iceland and Poland, making it a space where almost any type of music, from classical to folk, might be played and enjoyed. More >>

  • Calvin Simmons Theatre

    10 10th St. Oakland, CA 94607

  • Candlestick Park

    Candlestick Park

    602 Jamestown San Francisco, CA 94124

  • Capoeria Arts Cafe

    2026 Addison Berkeley, CA 94704

  • Capurro


    498 Jefferson San Francisco, CA 94109
    866-915-7618 By Fisherman's Wharf standards, Capurro's is a bargain ― a comfortable, classy place to scarf fresh seafood without burning through a stack of traveler's checks [do people even use those anymore? dangit!]. The restaurant began wooing tourists in 1946, but remains popular with visitors. You can get your crab-filled cioppino in a bread bowl, savor oysters or steamers, and twirl some shrimp fettuccine alfredo around your fork. The oven-roasted Dungeness special is a delight when crab is in season. More >>

  • Cat Club

    Cat Club

    1190 Folsom San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-703-8964 Exposed brick walls, soft sofas, and industrial-chic fittings fight for decor prominence in this central SOMA dance club, while moody black-clad swirlers, tough hip-hop dykes, and nostalgic '80s Wavers fight for floor space in the two separate dance areas. But one thing is certain about the Cat Club: While so many new neighborhood venues fight to become mainstream hotspots that draw in rich, suburban weekend warriors, the Cat Club caters to a mostly underground clientele that's usually more gay, goth, or just plain weird than the kids down the street. More >>

  • The Catalyst

    1011 Pacific Santa Cruz, CA 95060
    831-423-1338 A Santa Cruz music-scene mainstay, the Catalyst is one of the biggest live concert venues in the Monterey Bay region. The main stage features bands and DJs from a wide swath of the musical spectrum, including rock, reggae, hip-hop, Americana, and more. More >>

  • Cato

    Cato's Ale House

    3891 Piedmont Piedmont, CA 94611

  • Center for New Music

    55 Taylor San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-275-2466 Brand new in 2013, the CNM is a community hub for performers and composers of avant-garde sounds. More >>

  • Cesar's Latin Palace

    826 26th St. San Francisco, CA 94107

  • The Chapel

    The Chapel

    777 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-551-5157 This former New College building has dreams of becoming a New Orleans-style jazz hall à la the Preservation Hall in the Big Easy. That music venue's own Preservation Hall Jazz Band hosts residencies here in S.F. beginning in early October 2012. More >>

  • Chestnut and Fillmore sts.

    Chestnut and Fillmore sts. San Francisco, CA 94123

  • Chez Hanny

    1300 Silver San Francisco, CA 94134

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