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Bootie

375 Eleventh St., San Francisco, California United States

(604) 461-7233

Since 2003 Bootie has been providing San Francisco's party people with bootleg mashup music, and has succeeded in creating the biggest mashup party on the planet. The club's DJs mix every genre of music, every decade and all styles into one, creating a welcoming dance party where everyone can get down. If you like what you hear, you might be able [more]

111 Minna

111 Minna Street, San Francisco, California United States

415-974-1719

Is an art gallery/bar/nightclub in San Francisco. We've been here 10 years, serving up a unique atmosphere in which to enjoy art, music, film, drinks, and whatever else happens to be the celebration or occasion of the day or night. We are in the business of Art & Leisure. Established in 1993 in downtown San Francisco, 111 Minna Gallery is in [more]

Nob Hill Theatre

729 Bush St San Francisco, CA 94108, San Francisco, California United States

Nob Hill is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, centered on the intersection of California Street and Powell Street. It is one of San Francisco's 44 hills, and one of its original "Seven Hills." Prior to the 1850s, Nob Hill was called California Hill (after California Street, which climbs its steep eastern face). It was renamed after the [more]

Hawthorn

46 Geary St San Francisco, CA 94108, San Francisco, California United States

It's no secret, San Franciscans like a good cocktail and great music. With that in mind, welcome to Hawthorn, San Francisco's newest hybrid cocktail lounge. Located at 46 Geary Street, just a few blocks from Union Square, in the heart of the Financial District, Hawthorn blends perfectly the best of historic San Francisco with 21st century [more]

Festival Pavilion

Fort Mason Center, Building A, San Francisco, California United States

415-345-7500

The Festival Pavilion extends over the San Francisco Bay and provides a spectacular location for special events, festivals, trade shows, exhibits, and conventions. The Festival Pavilion is one of the few San Francisco venues to offer space for as many as 5,000 people and offer a blank slate on which to paint your perfect event. It may be used in [more]

The Canvas

1200 9th Ave & Lincoln, San Francisco, California United States

(415) 504-0060

Nestled in the hub of the Inner-Sunset, the Canvas has been re-launched as one of the most progressive and diversified spaces for art, culture and entertainment on the West Coast. We use the walls of our dramatically redesigned interior to introduce San Francisco to both well established and up-and-coming artists. We also offer an ever-evolving [more]

Varnish Fine Art

77 Natoma St., San Francisco, California (SoMa Potrero Hill) United States

415-222-6131

The artists who own and run Varnish created a space for contemporary art, wine, and social chemistry in downtown San Francisco because they believe the gallery experience should be enjoyed not endured. The art at Varnish is contemporary, vital, and provocative, while the wine bar offers an array of varietals. It is a serious gallery that is not [more]

Project One Gallery

251 Rhode Island St, San Francisco, California (SoMa Potrero Hill) United States

(514) 845-3524

 Project One is a new art gallery and lounge in the Design district of San Francisco. We feature art by local, national and international artists. Our lounge is open Monday through Saturday evenings. Most evenings we feature either live music or DJs. We have featured some of San Francisco’s best DJs and have some exciting plans for [more]