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Hipsters and locals pack the worn velvet couches of this charming, dimly lit Mission District dive for pocket-change happy hour specials, cool DJ nights, and a stocked jukebox. The decor accents - like vintage lamps and black velvet paintings - might make you wonder if the owners had raided every thrift shop in the county, while the retro-hip fashions of the regulars only serve to reinforce that idea. Nightly DJs spin everything from indie, Britpop, and punk to Latin boogie, soul oldies, and honky tonk. Unless it's a major holiday, there's never a cover charge.

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