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  • 50 Mason Social House

    50 Mason Social House

    50 Mason San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-433-5050 Located at the confluence of the Union Square, Tenderloin, and Mid-Market neighborhoods, the upscale 50 Mason Social House mostly shuns the latter two demographics in a bid to attract well-to-do travelers and moneyed downtown crowds. This former comedy club has reformulated itself as a fancy beer-and-wine establishment suffused with vintage-aristocrat ambience (e.g., dark leather furniture, chandeliers, a fireplace) that's notably at odds with the grimier outside surroundings. The beer list is similarly genteel, spotlighting small-batch microbrews with prices starting around $5 and going into double digits for some selections. At night, bands set up on the corner stage to play jazz, blues, roots rock, and more. More >>

  • Biscuits and Blues

    Biscuits and Blues

    401 Mason San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-292-2583 This nationally renowned club in the heart of the theater district offers top-drawer electric blues for the business set seven nights a week. Its posh digs don't reference the seedy jook joints of the genre's history, but the food and drinks are reasonably priced and there isn't a bad seat in the house. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • Daffodil Restaurant

    Daffodil Restaurant

    665 Bush San Francisco, CA 94108

  • Dimension 7

    150 Folsom San Francisco, CA 94105

  • Feinstein's at the Nikko

    222 Mason San Francisco, CA 94102

    A new downtown cabaret under the aegis of singing star Michael Feinstein. More >>

  • Jazz Bistro at Les Joulins

    Jazz Bistro at Les Joulins

    44 Ellis San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-397-5397 Steak 'n' jazz are the highlights at this Union Square bistro, with nightly live performances by strong local talent exploring the spectrum of the genre, from straight-ahead sounds to bebop. More >>

  • Johnny Foley

    Johnny Foley's Irish House

    243 O'Farrell St. San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-954-0777 Music lovers cherish the intimate cellar underneath Johnny Foley's Irish Pub, where songsmiths like Ron Sexsmith, Josh Rouse, and Lisa Loeb have all performed. A venue so intimate that musicians must use the audience bathroom. More >>

  • Marrakech Moroccan Restaurant

    Marrakech Moroccan Restaurant

    419 O’Farrell San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-776-6717 This venerable Moroccan restaurant is exotically decorated, with low banquettes, brass tray tables, and hassocks. The prix-fixe menu includes three starters, a choice of entrée, dessert, and mint tea (a la carte entrées are available for less). The food is well-prepared and sincere. Excellent for large parties. Belly dancing happens nightly to recorded music, and servers join in on tabla. Surprisingly family-friendly. More >>

  • Ruby Skye

    Ruby Skye

    420 Mason San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-693-0777 One of San Francisco's most well-heeled dance clubs, this multilevel venue is host to steamy house-music and trance DJs (with several special guests and events each month), weekly concerts, and corporate parties. More >>

  • Slide


    430 Mason San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-421-1916 Stroll past the crowds mobbed outside Ruby Skye and, hidden behind an unmarked door, you'll find Slide - so named for one optional method of getting down to the dancefloor area: back in the old Prohibition era, patrons visiting this address would ride a slide down to a hidden house of debauchery named Coffee Dan's. (Today's less adventurous souls can just take the stairs, if they so choose, and passively partake in the Coffee Dan's experience by watching Al Jolson's The Jazz Singer.) Lots of gleaming wood harks back to those speakeasy days when swells would sneak illicit drinks and dance a few Charlestons, but don't expect F. Scott and Zelda types swinging to Jazz Age classics. Slide is more Puff Daddy than Jay Gatsby, and the DJs' selections of Top 40, hip-hop, and house music reflect it. More >>

  • The Union Room at Biscuits and Blues

    The Union Room at Biscuits and Blues

    401 Mason San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-931-6012 Biscuits & Blues' upstairs cousin offers an intimate room in which to hear local songwriters and blues troubadours within shouting distance of Union Square. More >>

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