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  • 1015 Folsom

    1015 Folsom

    1015 Folsom San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-431-1200 A central hub of S.F.'s dance scene, 1015 boasts three enormous dance floors, an internationally renowned roster of DJs, and a guaranteed late-night party. Depending on your musical tastes, you might find yourself in one of several sub-clubs housed within the facility, including the low-slung front room (with its glowing astroidal ceiling) and the more cavernous main room (with a balcony and huge P.A. system that pumps beats to throngs of happy dancers). More >>

  • 103 Harriet

    103 Harriet

    103 Harriet St. San Francisco, CA 94103

    103 Harriet (aka 1015 Folsom: The Remix) is essentially the same venue as its more famous big brother on Folsom Street, except you enter around the corner on Harriet Street and, depending on the event, your chosen DJ/performer will be in a different dance area than the main room. Generally the 103 Harriet "venue" is used for more underground, electronix-heavy acts than the house music that draws B&T crowds to 1015. More >>

  • 1275 Market Street Plaza

    1275 Market St. San Francisco, CA 94103

  • 888 Brannan

    888 Brannan San Francisco, CA 94103

  • AT&T Park

    AT&T Park

    24 Willie Mays Plaza San Francisco, CA 94107-2134

  • The Barrel House

    80 Tehama San Francisco, CA 94105

  • BeatBox

    314 11th St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-500-2675 This location can claim more identities than Sybil, having been called Studio Z, Fat City, Siberia, and other names over the past few years. After a brief incubation and renovation period, the name has changed once again - to BeatBox - with a newly updated interior whose boxy, brick-walled forms are reminiscent of the neighborhood's recent industrial past. More >>

  • Bossa Nova

    Bossa Nova

    138 Eighth St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-558-8004 The sultry, tropical flavors of Brazil are ably prepared and served at this stylish little SOMA hideaway. Small plates include warm, gooey cheese bread and smoky skewers of juicy ribeye with a trio of salsas. The caipirinhas need work, but the coconut flan is luscious. There's live bossa nova on Sunday and Tuesday nights. More >>

  • BrainWash Cafe & Laundromat

    BrainWash Cafe & Laundromat

    1122 Folsom San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-861-3663 Torn between catching a gig and staying home to do laundry? Pack up the grundies and hit Brainwash, an enterprising cafe/laundromat/gallery/club. All-ages crowds can catch free shows across the DIY spectrum, chomp on snacks, and wash their whites - simultaneously. 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 >>

  • Cesar's Latin Palace

    826 26th St. San Francisco, CA 94107

  • Club 525

    525 Howard San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-339-8686 Its upscale digs are home to a wild 18-and-up weekend scene. People move through two large dance areas to a mix of Latin house, high-energy romps, and club anthems. If you have the extra cash and a penchant for privacy, Club 525 also offers plenty of VIP hideouts. More >>

  • CounterPULSE


    1310 Mission San Francisco, CA 94103

  • Delancey Street Auditorium

    600 Embarcadero San Francisco, CA 94107

  • DNA Lounge

    DNA Lounge

    375 11th St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-626-1409 Looking like a spaceship from The Matrix with futuristic factory decor on two floors, the remodeled DNA has long been a fixture on this happening 11th Street block. Regular goth-industrial nights, weekly "Bootie" mash-up parties, cabaret shows, burlesque escapades, and miscellaneous house or hip-hop jams happen alongside occasional rock gigs and other special events. Some nights are all-ages and/or 18+, so check with the club before heading out. More >>

  • The EndUp

    The EndUp

    401 Sixth St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-646-0999 A nightclub that (fortunately) stays up well past its bedtime, the Endup has a hard-earned reputation as an after-hours mecca that still holds up. Though somewhat dated in style, this venerable club's backyard grotto remains an urban oasis, with fountains and ferns and reverberating dance beats distracting from the fact that the highway runs right outside the gates. More >>

  • The Factory

    525 Harrison San Francisco, CA 94105

  • Harlot


    46 Minna San Francisco, CA 94105
    415-777-1077 Tucked into an alley near the Transbay Terminal, Harlot showcases a decor motif that is perhaps best described as "post-industrial chateau," i.e., Louis XIV seating and chandeliers mixed with exposed brick walls and steely iron girders. Mid-week events occasionally skew towards the indie/hip demographic, while weekends are strictly B&T. More >>

  • Holy Cow

    Holy Cow

    1535 Folsom San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-621-6087 It's always a party at the famous Holy Cow. Watch frat boys and bachelorette-party girls freak nasty on the dance floor as you sip half-price cocktails and groove to '80s music and R&B. More >>

  • Hotel Utah

    Hotel Utah

    500 Fourth St. San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-546-6300 The Old West and indie music come together at the Hotel Utah Saloon, where a small stage, an antique bar, and a diversely stocked jukebox set the scene. A gigantic taxidermied elk head stares down upon drinkers in the main section, which is dominated by a beautiful old wooden bar on one side and a long row of picture windows on the other. The adjacent music area is split between a small balcony (shaped to look like the stern of a sailing ship) and an intimate downstairs section with a scattering of tables and corner booths. Meaty grub fills the menu during the day, while eclectic local bands and acoustic songwriters fill the calendar at night. More >>

  • Intersection for the Arts

    Intersection for the Arts

    925 Mission San Francisco, CA 94103

  • Jillian

    Jillian's Billiards Club

    101 Fourth St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-369-6100 This after-work hangout -- part of a national chain of club/restaurants with a billiards theme -- becomes a dance spot on the weekends. More >>

  • Jon Sims Center for the Arts

    1519 Mission San Francisco, CA 94103

  • The Luggage Store

    The Luggage Store

    1007 Market San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-255-5971 This eclectic cultural collective hosts exhibits and music in this gallery space as well as two others in S.F. Depending on the night, there might be experimental instrumental sounds, a hip-hop special event, or a comedy open mic. More >>

  • Martuni


    4 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-241-0205 This very gay piano bar features pianists ranging from the classically trained to the classically cornball. Its solid reputation as a place to get tipsy and belt out a little Sondheim keeps its walls packed. But don't think that just anyone can step up to the mike - the tone-deaf are weeded out posthaste. On Sunday evenings, local drag celebrities take over the spotlight at 7 p.m. More >>

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