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  • 26 Mix

    26 Mix

    3024 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-826-7378

    http://www.26mix.com

  • 2b1 Multimedia

    3075 17th St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-861-1520

    http://www.2b1records.com

  • 5lowershop

    992 Peralta San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-267-5948

    http://www.5lowershop.org

  • Amnesia

    Amnesia

    853 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-970-0012

    http://www.amnesiathebar.com Dark red, hypnotic light helps this tiny bar live up to its name, and its tall stage features everything from '20s-themed nights and garage rock to bebop jazz and experimental electronica. There's no liquor, but intriguing soju cocktails and a well-chosen selection of microbrews are available if your inhibitions need loosening. Whether you're attending a comedy showcase, a literary reading, or a Gypsy dance party, however, make sure to arrive early - Amnesia fills up fast. More >>

  • Atlas Cafe

    Atlas Cafe

    3049 20th St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-648-1047

    http://www.atlascafe.net What's not to love about Atlas Cafe? With strong coffee and delicious California-style menu selections, this cool little spot, located in the heart of the Mission also has free Wifi, magazines to peruse, and local art featured on its walls. It offers several microbrews on tap, plus bottled beer and wine. Vegans rejoice -- the café offers a delicious selection of items like a beetloaf sandwich and cheeseless pizzas. Head to the back patio, which also welcomes furry friends, and show up on Thursdays and Saturdays for some free, toe-tapping bluegrass. More >>

  • The Attic Club

    The Attic Club

    3336 24th St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-643-3376

    http://www.myspace.com/atticbar The grittiness of your favorite dive bar and the sounds of your favorite DJ combine to create a great Mission District spot that transcends all trends. More >>

  • Bender

    Bender's

    806 S. Van Ness San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-824-1800

    http://www.bendersbar.com Sure, it burned - but a little fire can't keep rock 'n' roll down forever. With some new paint, a fresh supply of cheap beer, and a restocked jukebox blaring the scrungy S.F. bands of past & present, Bender's has resurrected itself to rock anew. Bands often prop themselves on the elevated corner steps and blast the Pabst out of your hands. The two pool tables are in constant use. And even the new paint job is finally starting to return to its faded former self. More >>

  • Bissap Diaspora

    3372 19th St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-970-0362

    http://www.bollyhoodcafe.com As one-third of the tripartite "Baobab Village" - the food and entertainment mini-neighborhood that also includes Little Baobab (located next door) and Bissap Baobab (around the corner) - the Bollyhood Cafe hosts a variety of international music events, including tango sessions, flamenco showcases, African dance nights, American jazz bands, and more. Bollywood serves a vegetarian weekend brunch: straightforward salads, seitan sandwiches, and a few signature dishes influenced by Asian preparations - like Korean-style hotcakes with vegetable tempura and black-eyed-pea fritters with peanut-coconut sauce. More >>

  • Blondie

    Blondie's Bar & No Grill

    540 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-864-2419

    http://www.blondiesbar.com With tasteful DJ residencies, sidewalk people-watching, enormous martinis, and the occasional live jazz combo, this Mission District hot spot is a must for people making the scene. More >>

  • Brick & Mortar Music Hall

    Brick & Mortar Music Hall

    1710 Mission San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-800-8782

    http://www.brickandmortarmusic.com The former Coda Nightclub is back and stirring up a stew of new live music. Brick & Mortar's eclectic calendar presents funk, soul, jazz, rock, hip-hop, classical music, and more in a small, open space located on the nothernmost edge of the Mission District. More >>

  • The Chapel

    The Chapel

    777 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-551-5157

    http://www.thechapelsf.com 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 >>

  • Club Malibu

    3395 Mission San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-821-7395

    Have your Berlitz phrase book handy at this Mission District hot spot, as neither staff nor patrons speak much English. The place is packed almost every night for DJs who spin south-of-the-border club bangers. When Norteña bands play long sets on the weekends, it's like a can of sardines (or should we say "como sardinas en banasta"?). More >>

  • Dark Room Theater

    Dark Room Theater

    2263 Mission San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-401-7987

    http://www.darkroomsf.com

  • Dolores Park Cafe

    Dolores Park Cafe

    501 Dolores San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-621-2936

    http://www.doloresparkcafe.com If you need a good place to refuel during a Mission stroll, stop in to the sunny corner of the street for big mugs of coffee and outdoor seating. Dolores Park Cafe also offers ample seating inside and big windows for people-watching. With a full menu of sandwiches and big salads, grab lunch -- there are enough options to chose from while you linger over your paper, play with the dogs tied up outside, or stare at your Macbook all day. The cafe also has wine and beer should your "work" day end with a happy hour. More >>

  • Duboce Park Cafe

    Duboce Park Cafe

    2 Sanchez San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-621-1108

    http://www.doloresparkcafe.com Dolores Park Cafe's sister coffeeshop - located in Duboce Triangle between the Castro, Market, and Lower Haight neighborhoods - is a bright and cheery place to sip a java, listen to singer-songwriters, or watch people (and their dogs) gallivanting around the park grass. More >>

  • El Rio

    El Rio

    3158 Mission San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-282-3325

    http://www.elriosf.com With moderately priced (and heavily poured) drinks, a sprawling patio, and an intimate stage in a side room, this Mission District destination is a keystone of indie-hipster nightlife. DJs spin everything from country to funk, bands play everything from samba to punk, and the $1 Monday nights are the stuff of legend. More >>

  • Elbo Room

    Elbo Room

    647 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-552-7788

    http://www.elbo.com The Elbo Room ain't the rock Valhalla it once was, but a bar and pinball machines downstairs and a music venue upstairs provide entertainment that varies between DJ nights and live bands ranging from hip-hop to punk to funk to samba. There's never a cover charge for the downstairs bar, whose crimson-candlelit booths are often jam-packed with attractive scenesters. The second-floor music room, meanwhile, attracts a crowd as varied as the events themselves: hippies, hipsters, goths, rockers, hip-hop heads, salsa dancers, old-school soul twisters - name any demographic, they've all been here at one time or another. More >>

  • Kearny Street Workshop

    1246 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-503-0520

    http://www.kearnystreet.org

  • The Knockout

    The Knockout

    3223 Mission San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-550-6994

    http://www.theknockoutsf.com The Knockout has been called a clubhouse for big kids, and that's a pretty apt description. Started by brothers and longtime Mission District bartenders dX and John Segura, the place just bleeds their love for kitsch, rockabilly, monster movies, and low-brow culture. On any given night, there might be a touring mod band tearing up the stage, or a DJ spinning metal or old funk 45s, or a drunken, raucous game of bingo going down. There's a photo booth, a few tabletop videogames, and walls covered with dX's distinctive paintings and poster art. Look for the hip kids out front, plenty of tattoos inside, and John serving up an overflowing shot glass of Jim Beam on the planks. More >>

  • L's Caffe

    2871 24th St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-206-0274

    http://www.lscaffe.com

  • Little Baobab

    Little Baobab

    3388 19th St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-643-3558

    http://www.littlebaobabsf.com An offshoot of Bissap Baobab, the rollicking Senegalese restaurant right around the corner on mission St., Little Baobab is more of a club than an eatery--well-known for its reggae and afro-pop dance nights. The menu is similar to the larger restaurant's--festive, shareable Senegalese and Pan-African appetizers and entrees, like shrimp marinated in cloves, chilis, and garlic, tropical salads, and lamb in peanut sauce. The cocktails are unique here; try the Flamboyant (hibiscus, lime, and vodka) or the Salaan (a tamarind-based margarita). More >>

  • Locus Arts

    180 Capp San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-269-0698

    http://www.locusarts.org

  • The Lost Church

    65 Capp San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-437-0593

    http://www.thelostchurch.com

  • Make-Out Room

    Make-Out Room

    3225 22nd St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-647-2888

    http://www.makeoutroom.com It feels almost like a bingo parlor at the community church. Fortunately, the quirky Midwestern atmosphere of this bar lends itself to the mostly folk and country acts that perform here. Regular DJ nights also expand the soundtrack to include everything from Latin funk and Jamaican ska to New Wave and indie dance hits. More >>

  • Make-Out Room

    Make-Out Room

    3225 22nd St. San Francisco, CA 94110-3006
    415-647-3997

    http://www.makeoutroom.com

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