Its recent interior remodel might suggest otherwise, but The Endup is one of the city's oldest nightclubs. It originally opened in 1972, and has remained a fixture in the San Francisco dance music scene ever since. A big part of the appeal is its retro after-hours license — at the time of its founding, clubs were allowed to stay open longer. Nowadays, the Endup still parties continuously from Friday to Monday morning (sadly, alcohol is unavailable from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m.), with a soundtrack that switches between varying strains of electronic dance music, including hi-NRG, techno, and house.
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