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  • 21 Grand

    21 Grand

    416 25th St. Oakland, CA 94612

  • Bench & Bar

    Bench & Bar

    510 17th St. Oakland, CA 94612
    510-444-2266 This East Bay gay hotspot has moved a few short blocks closer to the resurgent Uptown neighborhood and is now located just around the corner from the Fox Theater. DJs spin Latin, R&B, hip-hop, house, Top 40, and more dance styles in a trendy downtown setting. More >>

  • Cafe Axe Cultural Center

    1525 Webster St. Oakland, CA 94612

  • 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 >>

  • Duende

    468 19th St. Oakland, CA 94612

  • Fox Theater - Oakland

    Fox Theater - Oakland

    1807 Telegraph Oakland, CA 94612
    510-548-3010 After lying dormant for many (too many) years, this grand old movie palace has finally reopened after massive renovation and rejuvenation efforts, thus making one of downtown Oakland's architectural crown jewels into one of the most glamorous places to see a concert in the East Bay. They almost paved this place over and put up a parking lot — but thankfully Paradise won for once. More >>

  • The Golden Bull

    412 14th St. Oakland, CA 94612-2702

  • Historic Sweet's Ballroom

    1933 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612

  • Luka

    Luka's Taproom & Lounge

    2221 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612
    510-451-4677 With everything else going on at Luka's -- pool, pinball, DJs, dancing, art openings, 16 beers on tap at the full bar -- it seems astonishing that the happening spot (which took the place of an aging Hofbrau) should also have a happening kitchen, but it does. Serious sandwiches (flank steak, apricot-braised pork, a thick burger) and salads rule at lunch; dinner is even more serious, featuring such dishes as grilled rib-eye, choucroute garnie, braised lamb shank, and cioppino. An array of fresh seafood, including a plateau de fruits de mer and tasty crab fritters, is available at lunch and dinner. Finish with a crème fraîche mousse or a selection of cheeses. More >>

  • Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts

    1428 Alice St. Oakland, CA 94612-4068

  • Maxwell

    Maxwell's Lounge

    341 13th St. Oakland, CA 94612
    510-839-6169 A swanky East Bay destination for those who like to dress up while they get down to R&B, neo-soul, and hip-hop, courtesy of both live singers and local DJs. More >>

  • New Karibbean City

    1408 Webster Oakland, CA 94612

  • The New Parish

    The New Parish

    579 18th St. Oakland, CA 94612
    510-444-7474 Located just down the street from City Hall -- and right around the corner from nascent nightlife venues like the Fox Theater, Uptown Nightclub, and Cafe Van Kleef -- the New Parish schedules a variety of music events for fresh young crowds, including indie rock bands, hip-hop jams, DJ nights, and more. The club's bilevel, brick-walled interior features an intimate stage area, two bars, and a wraparound balcony that provides additional vantage points as well as couches for relaxing between bands. There's also an enclosed outdoor patio for fresh air (and/or cigarette) breaks. More >>

  • Paramount Theatre

    Paramount Theatre

    2025 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612
    510-465-6400 Built in 1931 and restored in 1973, this magnificent example of Art Deco architecture and furnishings is one of Oakland's primary performing arts centers. It hosts the symphony, ballet, and classic movie nights as well. More >>

  • The Ruby Room

    The Ruby Room

    132 14th St. Oakland, CA 94612

    Dark, dark, dark - how do the bartenders see well enough to pour drinks in here? This stylish-but-chill hangout by Lake Merritt in downtown O-Town is a good place to disappear with a drink while DJs spin hipster-approved tunes to a cool crowd. More >>

  • The Sound Room

    2147 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612

  • Stork Club

    Stork Club

    2330 Telegraph Oakland, CA 94612
    510-444-6174 The Stork Club is downtown Oakland's best destination for underground punk & metal bands, cheap drinks, and a shockingly large collection of still-packaged Barbie dolls. (Didn't expect that last one, did you?) There are no signs of gentrification trends here: the Stork remains a dive bar and proud of it. More >>

  • Uptown Nightclub

    Uptown Nightclub

    1928 Telegraph Oakland, CA 94612
    510-451-8100 Located across from the newly renovated Fox Theater and down the street from Cafe Van Kleef, the Uptown is a cornerstone venue in the resurgent downtown Oakland music scene. The interior is split into two rooms: the main cocktail area - with high ceilings, a towering and ornate antique back bar, and rotating art displays - and the less-fancy performance area with a basic stage at the far end. A sizable patio, tucked into the concrete-and-brick urban gulch out back, gives smokers and non-smokers alike an outdoor escape from the noise within. Indie pop, punk, rockabilly, hip-hop, burlesque events, DJ nights, and other hipster-bait bookings fill the calendar most nights of the week. More >>

  • Venue

    420 14th St. Oakland, CA 94612

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