The Up-All-Night Owl
Get your cowboy on every Sunday and Thursday for country-western dancing at the Sundance Saloon, serving the LGBT community and its friends. Whether you're an experienced dancer or still tripping over your feet, you'll find an unbelievably friendly and welcoming crowd.
LGBT Country-Western Dance and Classes
550 Barneveld Ave.
Admission is $5, higher for some special events. 21 and over.
2. The Lookout
Always at the center of San Francisco's thriving nightlife, The Lookout lives up to its name with some of the best people watching from its balcony overlooking Market Street. This bar, restaurant and nightclub is always a great time.
3600 16th Street
A unique destination to savor modern Japanese cuisine in a sophisticated restaurant and enjoy world-class, jazz performances. Performances nightly. http://www.yoshis.com/
Every Thursday night, music, creatures and cocktails come together for NightLife at the California Academy of Sciences. Each week features a live band or DJ, and a unique theme – from salsa dancing to sustainable seafood and beyond.
THE hot spot in the Castro for video/music entertainment and dancing. Expect crowds, youth and an amazing night out. The front room lounge area is a great place to meet people or hang out with your friends and enjoy the music videos.
4121 18th St
Over 400,000 people covering 13 city blocks will come together for the world's largest leather/fetish event. It also happens to be the third largest single-day outdoor event in California. Don your chaps and join us this year for a week's worth of truly outstanding events and programs.
A San Francisco nightclub with a touch of sophistication, THe Rrazz Room offers world-class entertainment in an intimate state-of-the-art venue just off Union Square. Party on with specialty cocktails and light food service provided by Anzu.
222 Mason Street
Enjoy panoramic views of the City at this legendary rooftop nightclub on the 21st floor of the Sir Francis Drake Hotel. Enjoy cocktails, a light menu and dancing to live music at this mix of old-school glamour with present day pizzazz.
Sir Francis Drake Hotel
450 Powell Street
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