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  • Amoeba Music

    Amoeba Music

    1855 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-831-1200

    http://www.amoeba.com Come hear a band you should probably know about amidst thousands of CDs you should probably own at Amoeba's regular in-store concerts. A head-scratching variety of genres offers an awesome cross-section of today's music. Sound quality may suffer, but hey, such is indie rock. More >>

  • Cafe International

    Cafe International

    508 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-552-7390

    https://www.facebook.com/cafeinternational 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 >>

  • Club Deluxe

    Club Deluxe

    1511 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-552-6949

    http://www.pizza-deluxe.com The sharp retro style of this Haight Street bar brings out scenesters and locals to enjoy live jazz, comedy nights, or Vaudeville cabarets in a setting reminiscent of the Rat Pack days of yore. More >>

  • Haight-Ashbury

    Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
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  • The Independent

    The Independent

    628 Divisadero San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-771-1420

    http://www.theindependentsf.com One of the best mid-size venues in the region, the Independent boasts great sound and sightlines, not to mention a diverse calendar that pulls top acts from genres including indie rock, alt-country, electronica, post-punk, funk, hip-hop, reggae, and other music from around the globe. Headlining acts often make the jump to larger, less-intimate theaters, making the Independent a great place to say you saw them when they were still playing the club circuit. More >>

  • Jazz Heritage Center

    1320 Fillmore San Francisco, CA 94115
    415-255-7745

    http://www.jazzheritagecenter.org

  • Madrone Art Bar

    Madrone Art Bar

    500 Divisadero San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-241-0202

    http://www.madroneartbar.com Unless you're dying to catch a show at the Independent, this is the place on Divisadero to go. Everything in here is created by local artists, from the design of the space right down to the menus, while DJs spin everything from hip-hop, funk, and soul to vintage jazz and retro rock 'n' roll. More >>

  • Milk Bar

    Milk Bar

    1840 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-387-6455

    http://www.milksf.com Located across the street from Amoeba Records - making it nice and convenient for music fans of all stripes - Milk has reimagined itself as the Upper Haight's primary venue for live rock, with frequent shows featuring some the best local indie bands. The front room glows with the creamy white walls one might expect from the club's name, while the rear stage area dims the atmosphere considerably with black walls and minimalist lighting. More >>

  • Mojo Bicycle Cafe

    Mojo Bicycle Cafe

    639-A Divisadero San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-440-2338

    http://www.mojobicyclecafe.com

  • Peacock Lounge

    Peacock Lounge

    552 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-621-9850

  • Sacred Grounds

    Sacred Grounds

    2095 Hayes San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-387-3859

    http://www.sacredgroundscafe.com/index.php This Haight local claims to be S.F.'s oldest coffeehouse, which provides a clue to its musical tastes. It has an assortment of weekly comedy and poetry nights, but the pass-the-hat musical performances are mostly acoustic troubadours, open mike jam sessions, and, well, coffeehouse music. More >>

  • Sheba Piano Lounge

    Sheba Piano Lounge

    1419 Fillmore San Francisco, CA 94115
    415-440-7414

    http://www.shebapianolounge.com Don't let the hokey exterior fool you, this place offers a comfortable, even classy setting in the heart of the Fillmore. Perhaps Meatless Mondays will draw you in, as all Ethiopian restaurants seem to have great vegetarian menus. This one costs more, but delivers the goods (they've even made the injera upscale), as does the cocktail list. Half the house cocktails are made with Ethiopian spiced bitters - and even the others are suitably named, such as the Abyssinian Storm (which is essentially a Dark and Stormy, but a really good one) - or you can order Tej, traditional honey wine. Note: This is not for the budget drinker. As for the piano lounge, expect a soloist early in the week, but midweek to weekend nights is when a trio completes the ambiance. More >>

  • Underground SF

    Underground SF

    424 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-864-7386

    http://www.undergroundsf.com This small, dark, and unpretentious Lower Haight spot attempts to inject a subversive element back into the nightclub scene - and, for the most part, it succeeds. The music runs the gamut (from vintage disco to drum 'n' bass to hip-hop to reggae), as does the crowd. A good place to escape from upscale and trendy nightclubbers. More >>

  • WestSide Art House

    540 Balboa St. San Francisco, CA 94118
    352-408-1577

    http://www.westsidearthouse.com

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