San Francisco Nightlife & Music
To see the best comedians on the circuit, check out Cobb’s Comedy Club where acts such as Robin Williams, Dave Chapelle and Louis CK have all graced the stage. It’s not all funny business at this North Beach club, the 400 seat venue offers a full dinner menu and full-service bar. Here are the hottest comedians coming to San Francisco this spring.
With the smell of popcorn, stadium food and sounds of cheers, you know it must be spring, which of course mean baseball season. Here are the best bars in San Francisco to catch all of the baseball festivities.
From the Easter Parade to the Berkeley Bay Festival, this year holds some promising events. Promenade your Easter bonnet at the Union Street Festival or strut your twisted attire at the costume contest at the 101st Zazzle Bay to Breakers.
When the papers are written and the exams completed, bottle or can is the only question spring breakers need to answer. This is a rite of passage students relish, so tap the keg, uncork the bottle and get down at these stellar San Francisco spring break spots.
Raise your pint and toast to the luck of the Irish as you kick back and enjoy live music on St. Patrick’s Day. Here are your best bets for live music in San Francisco on this lucky Day.
Author Lisa Lutz shares her favorite San Francisco bars for eavesdropping or people watching entertainment.
A drink precedes a story goes an old Irish proverb, which explains why on March 17th revelers will spend the day celebrating St. Guinness as much as St. Patrick in San Francisco.
Hold on to your brackets sports fans and get ready for the highly anticipated college basketball finals. Grab your buddies and head to San Francisco’s finest watering holes to catch all of the college basketball […]
With the latest advances in sound technology every fuzz, pop and chord progression is now ours to consume in the live show setting. Whether subtle or sonic you’ll find the top sound systems at these San Francisco music venues.
Shake those hips and grab those beads, the Bay Area welcomes Fat Tuesday with some traditional French cuisine, costumes and parades.