Nightlife & Music
If you can’t visit Brazil this year, San Francisco’s Carnaval celebration is the next best thing.
Flowers, blossoms, florals or buds; however you term it, flowers make everything seem better, even if just for a while.
In Sausalito, looking through Copita’s big picture window onto views of the bay or from a sidewalk table set up in the sun, cheerful crowds relax at the Mexican restaurant, Copita Tequileria y Comida on Bridgeway, just steps from the ferry dock. This is the Bay Area’s hub for all things tequila.
For those looking to take their nightlife up to the next level, speakeasies are an excellent alternative to the everyday neighborhood bar.
With everything from outdoor tiki patio bars to dance clubs, the San Francisco Bay Area is one of the best spots in the world for gay bars.
A look at five of the best upcoming music festivals from across the country…
The very first Record Store Day was launched in 2008, when Metallica helped kick off the event at a Bay Area independent record store
A look at five of the best small best venues for locals bands in San Francisco, including two of the world’s most famous spots for live music.
Read on for five of the best bars in the Bay Area for fans of the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s.
Here’s a look at five of the best sports bars in San Francisco to watch the 2015 NCAA College Basketball Tournament.