These bars really take summertime to the next level with perfect scenery- whether you’re talking about views or crowds.
A State Senate bill to keep alcohol sales flowing until 4 a.m. was shot down on a four to six vote partly because of drunk driving concerns during morning commuter hours.
The proposal, by Sup. David Chiu, was drafted in response to neighbor complaints that that there are simply too many places offering alcohol on the strip, between California and O’Farrell streets. There are 45 active alcohol permits in the area.
The owners of a San Francisco South of Market nightclub where three people were shot over the weekend have surrendered their entertainment permit and are closing the business.
Senate Bill 635, authored by state Senator Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, would let certain businesses provide beverage service until 4 a.m., two hours later than currently allowed under state law.
Looking to loosen their legs on the dance floor, ladies will find these South Bay dance clubs best for letting go without the hassle of overcrowded, flashy, pick-up joints.
Fall in love with San Francisco’s Gay Pride Week and discover the variety of nightlife available in the city. Whether you want loud and all night or a quiet drink with locals there is something for you, just read below.
Give those usual hangouts and same old routines a rest; this weekend is all about going off the beaten path in the East Bay.
Discover the culture, politics and live music of San Francisco’s hip Mission District. Whether you want a quick drink or a lively night head down to the Mission District for chilled out nights.
A new app that uses facial recognition software to tell users what’s going on in the San Francisco bar scene is already raising privacy concerns.