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Walking into this Lower Haight hideout might make you feel like you're at a peyote party with Beetlejuice: its Tim-Burton-on-a-mescaline-bender decor and singularly surreal, cave-like ambiance make Noc Noc wholly unlike any other bar in San Francisco (or anywhere else, for that matter). Trippy custom-built furniture, walls made of fake stone, ceilings wrapped in sheets of metal, alien lighting fixtures, and electronica bleeping overhead combine to create a mood-altering environment with numerous little niches in which to get lost. Noc Noc doesn't serve liquor - only beer, wine, and sake - but its fantastically demented interior design can give you that far-out feeling even when you're totally sober.

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