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Night Clubs in San Francisco, CA
Crazy Horse Gentlemen's Club
980 Market St, San Francisco, CA, 94102
1.Crazy Horse Gentlemen's Club
980 Market St
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2.Beach Blanket Babylon
678 Green St
Night ClubsHalls, Auditoriums & BallroomsTheatres
Show the play this weekend and loved it. I had not heard of the play before and loved reading about the history. The actors were wonderful and very energetic. I would go and see it again. I highly recommend it.
3.Ten 15 Club Inc.
1015 Folsom St
Night ClubsTheatresHalls, Auditoriums & Ballrooms
This club makes you feel like you're in the future, lots of different rooms, and lots of variety in regards to DJ selection, and music genre. they're open Friday & Sat from 10pm till sometimes 6am saturday night/ sunday morning. Great vibe, great music. Primarily Electronic music, House, Trance, Electro, Unfortunately most nights they have a hip-hop room for those still having a phobia about electronic music. Age range that goes, 21 - 40 very diverse, totally hip. their website: www.1015.com is a great resourse, you can buy tickets, and see upcomming dj's schedules. You Won't be dissapointed!
4.Rouge Night Club
Night ClubsBarsCocktail LoungesDance Clubs
I don't understand why the other reviews from people who do not want to go out and have a good time are complaining about? This place is the spot to be at, Friday or Saturday, it's no comparison to any other night life spots. The place is so decked out with beautiful chandeliers, plushed out red velvet booths, fascinating interaction with the bar staff (midnight free alcohol shots poured, compliments of the club), over the top customer service from all working staff and the music is so diverse and creative. If you haven't been here before you have to experience yourself, the place makes Coyote Ugly looks UGLY!
420 Mason St
Night ClubsBar & GrillsTavernsBars
The amount of fun things in here is infinite. They have good people working in here and the bar is quite big and there are plenty of good bartenders behind them.
685 Sutter St
Night ClubsBarsCocktail LoungesBar & Grills
Been in 7 countries visited many famous Clubs and Bars, but this on is the best place in San Francisco! Their event called ""My Heart Beats For... "" is the best venue. Their bartender Brian makes the best drinks. Make sure to try his: Tequila, Triple Sec, Lime Juice and Sweet N Sour with a squeeze of lime. Simple, basic, nothing fancy but this blend has a calming effect on the fiery tequila that most people like. The place has cozy look and The Cellar Nightclub is right next door and managed by the same people. I recommend visiting the place and check out their venues and specials! Very friendly, good drink selection, and the best party atmosphere ever!
1015 Folsom St
Night ClubsBarsRestaurantsGay & Lesbian Bars
Friday nights at 1015 (I think they call it 103 Harriet that night) are the best! They always bring in hot dubstep, electro, indie DJs and throw awesome parties! My favorites have been the Low End Theory nights, Kraddy, Martyparty, Gold Panda and SBTRKT. I can't wait for Afterburn tomorrow night too! I <3 1015 Folsom!!
333 11th St
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Sabrina carpenter concert slims! First concert for the kids. Came with parents and kids. Ordered dinner seats to avoid standing the whole night
9.Plush Room Cabaret
940 Sutter St
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10.The Holy Cow
1535 Folsom St
Place is a great spot to bring a group to: no cover, friendly staff, good ratio of girls to guys, quick as hell bartenders and cheap drinks. Great place to start your night, or meet up with a big group. Multiple bars, rooms, and deck kept it interesting. Could use a bathroom upgrade, some great house DJs and some visuals, but new girls and half price drinks trump snowboard videos, or psych visuals.
11.Garden of Eden
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12.Larry Flynt's Hustler Club
1031 Kearny St
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14.The Condor Club
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540 Howard St
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I came in recently to Temple for my first time and overall it was a great experience! If you're looking for a fun night out in the city I suggest to make a stop and check it out. Great music,staff were friendly and excellent drinks, I will definitely be coming back soon!
16.The 500 Club
500 Guerrero St
Night ClubsBar & GrillsBarsCocktail Lounges
500 Club is a great local for you to curl up into a booth with your friends and get drunk and talk.\r It's easy to get drinks, they are cheap, and the general feel of the place is drunken.\r I always feel good after a couple of beers there.\r It's great for just small social hangs during the day. Perfect.\r Plus they have bbqs a lot as well. awesome.
540 Clement St
If you avoid the marnia and the north beach bars (including it's wannabe frat boys & stuck up girls) like the plague, then this is the place for you. The drinks are priced right, the music is always bumping, and the bartenders are super friendly. Check this place out on a week night when it's a little slower and your bartender with actually talk and drink with you. Ton of locals on the weekend and a super chill crowd make this my favorite bar.
18.The Mint Karaoke Lounge
1942 Market St
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I've been going to The Mint for a long time and have figured out how to have fun. I even KJ'd at the Mint a few times on early weekend days when it wasn't too crowded, so I know how it feels to be one of them. Follow these guidelines and you're golden.\r \r (1) Give the KJ a tip when you go up to give him/her your song slip. This is actually customary in any karaoke bar. The quicker you want to sing, the higher the tip. Especially when it's crowded.\r \r (2) Be patient. Listen to other people sing and cheer them on. Talk with your friends. Drink your drink. Think about what song you want to sing next, maybe a duet with a friend. DO NOT go up to the KJ and ask when your song is coming on, unless you have seen other people go up twice since you put your song in. (But see #8, below.)\r \r (3) If you have seen other people go up twice since you put your song in, it's OK to go up to the KJ to ask, but the purpose of your inquiry must be to just make sure that the slip didn't get lost somehow. (It happens from time to time.) Be respectful and apologetic. \r \r (4) Your big goal there shouldn't be to just get up on stage and sing. Keep things in perspective -- you're there to have fun, which includes a lot of different things (see number 2 above). You'll drive yourself batty if you get obsessed with when you or your friends are going to get up on stage. Get over yourselves!\r \r (5) Get there early if it's a Friday or Saturday night. If you get there and it's super crowded, just plan on it taking a couple of hours for your song to come up. If you don't want to wait that long, go somewhere else. If you get there an hour before closing and it's crowded, don't plan on singing. If you give a $20 tip, then these things shouldn't be a problem. That's not corruption, it's just how life works.\r \r (6) Don't take your drink up on stage.\r \r (7) You can only put in one song slip at a time. If you haven't sung your song yet, don't put another one in. when you go up to sing, you can hand the KJ a new slip, and don't forget a tip! The exception to this is duets. If you have a song in, you can sign up for one duet. So if you go solo, duet, solo, duet, you'll have the most opportunities to sing.\r \r (8) You may see people go up there more frequently than you or your friends. Before you get all up in the KJ's grille, notice if they're doing the ""solo duet solo"" thing. If so, they've just done their homework and figured out how to get up there the most. Again, it's not corruption, it's how the world works.\r \r (9) Just remember that you are basically a guest in this place. Yes, you're a customer, but for many of the people at The Mint this is their home away from home, they literally go there every single night. So no matter how often you go, you're a newbie, and you need to be respectful of how things are done there. They have plenty of other customers who have the right attitude, so they don't need to be excessively nice to you, when you have the wrong one.\r \r (10) Have fun!
85 Campton Pl
Night ClubsBarsRestaurantsCocktail Lounges
My boyfriend and I, along with a gathering of friends, met this past Saturday at Vessel to celebrate his birthday. It was my first time there, and I loved it!! I'm originally from LA, so I understand what some of the other reviewers were referring to when they said that this lounge was on the exclusive/high-end side. Sure the bouncers were selective, but this is not always a bad thing- the ambiance was kept at a nicer (read: less rowdy) crowd, and the lounge didn't become a messy mob of people bumping drinks into each other. I would suggest that if you are meeting a larger group of friends, book a half or full table. This allows you to add whomever you wish to the guest list to ensure that they get in (8 ppl for half table, 15 for full). Saturday nights get pretty crowded around midnight, so plan to arrive early to avoid the long lines. Now for the decor: the lighting was perfect- not so dim that you can't see the person next to you, yet just bright enough that it felt like you could see the full array of the entire lounge- all the way to the bar! The reserved tables were very comfy. The suede sofas were HUGE and the tables were sturdy (sounds silly, but some clubs have the most awful flimsy tables that can't even hold more than three drinks, which takes away from the overall convenience of the place). Overall, as trendy and modern as the furnishings were, Vessel also had a cosiness about the place. The staff was EXCELLENT! I cannot say enough about the awesome hostess who was very professional, the cleanup crew who came to our table to tidy up nearly every half hour, and even the very pleasant coat-checker (who offered us champagne at the door!). Arrive early and enjoy the Saturday house music! Highly recommend Vessel- great place for gatherings!! :o)
20.Crash Night Club
34 Mason St
I have been there several times with my girlfriends and have been treated great by the staff everytime. The bartenders are great, and hot! The different parties on Saturdays are really cool, it's like going to a different club every time. I'm glad a Vegas style club has finally come to our city. Rock On!
21.Five Hundred Club
500 Guerrero St
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This is a good local tavern with good staff and a cool jukebox. I always feel welcome here and I love the low prices and three finger shots of whatever you feel like imbibing. The manager is a hottie.
22.Whiskies of The World Expo
222 Mason St
The WOW Expo 2011 was an excellent event; a must for the whiskey enthusiast and a very education experience for the neophyte (moi). There were two decks filled with about 150 expressions, way too many to get to in one evening. I was able to attend a
23.L U C I D Entertainment
These guys helped my company move to the next level, worth every dime of the fee. Would do it again in a heartbeat! If you need help breaking the glass ceiling, call these guys!
24.El Tapatio Night Club
4742 Mission St
Maria? What kind of review is that about that Tapatio place??? You never finish!
933 Harrison St
Night ClubsBarsGay & Lesbian Bars
As an out of towner, I was told I had to come back and remove my cologne?? what does that mean? \r Are you crazy?\r This is the first thing I am greeted with from a guy that should have been my grandfather, please at least smile and welcome me to your city?\r Dont have an attitude? \r In this economic climate, dont give your customers a hard time ! \r Grow up?\r I will never visit this place again, the guys behind me heard this discussion and left, they were locals?\r Good luck, I dont hink you will last long....\r NOT GAY FRIENDLY !\r
26.Blanc et Rouge
2 Embarcadero Ctr
WORST SERVICE EVER! I came here with a co-worker around 4:45pm on a Friday. The place was pretty empty since the work day wasn't over yet. We ordered the happy hour special (a glass of wine and a flat bread). 30 minutes later, after finishing our wine, we still hadn't received the flatbread. No one had come to check on us. Eventually the waiter brings it over, apologies profusely and offers us another glass of wine. We were annoyed, but figured the free wine made up for it. When we received our check, he had charged us for the second glass. Never. Going. Back.
316 11th St
The world of Audio revolves around sound, and it is a dance club that was created by sound fanatics. The layout of the nightclub, placement of the speakers, design of the 7 layered dance floor, and the Funktion One sound system were carefully crafted to create a revolutionary auditory experience. Combining retro décor with cutting edge music, Audio never sports a dress code and is an intimate venue to hear world class DJ’s without the pretension. With great sound comes great dancing, and our Nightclub was designed with a centrally located, spring loaded dance floor that keeps the faithful on their feet. The 1600 LED wall is custom programmed to visualize the music, and the thousands of square feet of tufted panels, drapes and acoustic paneling on the ceiling, absorb sound reverberation to create crystal clear mids and high, and punchy base. The result is a night club where the center of the dance floor sounds like a recording studio...just much louder. The two fully loaded brass-and-mirror cocktail bars surround each side of the dance floor making it always easy to get a drink. Our innovative custom lighting incorporates thousands of LEDs, every single one of which can change into any color. 3D video projection, dancers, and disco balls round out the experience. Audio is a mecca for amazing DJ talent, focusing on underground, deep house, techno, EDM and nu-disco music. Audio is available for both private and corporate events and welcomes all inquiries. We offer services ranging from venue rentals to full service event production and planning. Our venue is 3500 SF with an upstairs capacity of 400, while our downstairs sister restaurant, Bergerac, has a capacity of 250 people. Venues may be combined for large events and in-house catering can be provided on either floor.
786 Bush St
We are a friendly neighborhood restaurant serving CHEF driven cuisine in a cozy atmosphere. We source OUR ingredients locally. Make everything in house. We have a full BAR.
8 Claude Ln
Claudine is a French eatery and wine BAR. Featuring Delicious French inspired fare and wines on TAP in a casual setting just steps from union square. Lunch features CLAUDINE'S famous fried chicken SAN.
30.Sessions At The Presidio
1 Letterman Dr Ste D
Sessions at the Presidio is a "New American Public House"- a convivial restaurant where friends and family come together and share seasonal small plates, craft beers and craft cocktails. The name "Sessions" comes from the British term "session beers". The story goes that during WWI in England, munitions workers had to take long breaks between double shifts. Those breaks were often taken at the local pub where the workers enjoyed multiple pints of ale along with lunch and lively conversation. In order to still be in working condition after the "session", the workers would partake of the lower-in-alcohol but still very flavorful ales available. Hence, "session beers". This treasured moment in time, when friends gathered together to share in great food, libation and conversation, is what has inspired our restaurant. The cuisine at Sessions is focused on seasonal small plates intended for sharing. Our menus feature produce from Skywalker Ranch in Marin County. The fresh meats and seafood served at Sessions are always naturally raised and sustainably harvested. And of course there is the beer. With about 100 different craft beers, including 24 draft offerings, as well as on occasion, our own brew, beer lovers are sure to find a perfect beer to pair with the delicious cuisine. Cheers!
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