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Per Diem

43 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California United States

415-989-0300

Per Diem is the highlight of the Financial District, bringing the style and ambiance of San Francisco to a unique upscale venue in the heart of the City. Per Diem's Italian influenced menu is centered on the use of fresh ingredients and inventive flavor combinations paired with classic cooking techniques. Kitchen 11am-10pm Cocktails [more]

The Willows

1582 Folsom Street, San Francisco, California United States

The Willows is your local hangout spot in San Francisco with good food, great cocktails, amazing craft beer and pinball machines! [more]

Grant and Green

1371 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, California (North Beach) United States

415-693-9565

The Grant & Green was a favorite spot for local acts like the Johnny Nitro Band and Syklopps. [more]

Nickie’s BBQ

466 Haight , San Francisco, California (Hayes Valley) United States

415-255-0300

We are an old-school, brick and mortar funkhouse dance-hall. You should be here in physical space getting your groove on... not sitting there getting a CRT tan! ----------------------------------------------------------- Monday: GRATEFUL DEAD JAMS Dark Star Dan & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------- Tuesday: [more]

Bigfoot Lodge San Francisco

1750 Polk Street, San Francisco, California (Nob Hill Russian Hill) United States

(415) 440-2355

Bigfoot Lodge San Francisco is located at 1750 Polk Street (between Washington & Clay) San Francisco, CA Hours of operation: 3pm-2am daily with Happy Hour from 3 pm - 7 pm. [more]

Triangle Lounge

3231 Fillmore St, San Francisco, California (Marina-Bay Area) United States

In Short Proud to be a quintessential Marina meet market for 20somethings, this small den easily transforms from rowdy sports bar to thumping nightclub as the night wears on. Weekdays draw a more casual crowd who pack in to listen to open mic performers on Wednesdays and live local bands on Thursdays, while skin-baring girls and well-groomed guys [more]