Entertainment: Venues, Theatres & Film, Bars & Clubs

in the Mid-Mission Area


Theatres & Venues 

and the Organizations which fill them

Mission Corridor
Community Music Center  (CMC)
544 Capp Street San Francisco, California - 94110 Telephone (415) 647-6015 FAX (415) 647-3890
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Renovated in 1985, the auditorium is wheelchair accessible and opens onto the courtyard of an Italianate Victorian house dating back to the 1880s. In 1990, a booth for recording of live performances was installed in the hall's balcony. The auditorium seats roughly ninety. and is 32' x 34' (1088 square feet)

New Mission Theatre  

After a battle with preservationists, San Francisco Community College District (ccsf.edu) sold the building to developer Gus Murad & Associates in late 2003. 

Click to ViewThe historically significant portions of the 1916 art deco theater, located on the 2500 block of Mission Street, are scheduled to remain intact under plans to transform the vacant space into a venue for dancing, live music, movies and dining. Next door, 95 housing units are planned in an eight-story development, the second piece of the project designed to help pay for the theater’s restoration. Construction, if approved by the City's Planning Commission, should begin in either 2008 or 2009.  In keeping with the theater’s earlier uses, some hope plans will include screenings of 35 millimeter films there, although the latest proposal only includes digital movies.
Source: New Mission to have new use by Melanie Carroll for examiner.com

The  landmark status achieved by the preservationists for the New Mission Theater will affect plans for the theatre, as will the building which shares its lot, the largest retail building in the mission known by its equally large marquee in front "Giant Value." 

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Cine Latino (formerly the Rialto) 
2555 Mission Street
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Mission Possible

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located across from the New Mission and saved more than once since it was shuttered in the mid-eighties.  Finally it will open with interactive high drama entertainment. The current tenant Mission Cliffs was able to overcome a Planning Commission no vote a plan to save it as a rock-climbing gym.  

Foreign Cinema 
Located next to the New Mission theatre on Mission between 21st & 22nd Streets. Mission landmark since 2000 with 4 large spaces for functions including the outdoor cinema courtyard. valet parking
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 Black and white movies shown on the outside wall, and when I first went there was artists being shown in a side room. I like how the films are part of the space but not overpowering (they don't do silly things like use film-speak in the menu, for example).  The art gallery is cool and definitely worth a look.

Abada Capoeira Brazilian Arts Center
ACSF offers professional instruction and performance of capoeira at its Mission-based Brazilian Arts Center, and at over 30 sites throughout the Bay Area.
3221 22nd Street @ Mission San Francisco, CA 94110
phone: 415-206-0650 website: http://www.abada.org
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Dance Mission   
3316 24th Street (corner Mission) San Francisco CA 94110 phone:415.826.4441 fax: 415.826.4498. 
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Theatre may be rented for Fri, Sat Sun shows it features 30 ft. ceilings risers for 120 seats in an 1800 square foot room
 "I've never had the opportunity to shake my ass like dat before and feel so comfortable about it. Great place for drop-in dance classes - hip hop, salsa, afro-cuban across the street from the 24th and Mission Bart station."

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
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2868 Mission Street (Right off 24th St. BART) San Francisco, CA 94110415.821.1155 l Fax us: 415.648.0933
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San Francisco's most active community arts center with many after school arts program.

Theater with over 120 seats, large gallery area, 3 dance studios This is a great facility for San Franciscans.   Located right next to the Bart station on 24th and about eighteen different MUNI lines, its easily accessible to everyone in the Mission and beyond.  

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3024 Mission Street

Phone: 415-826-7378
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West of Mission
 Artists' Television Access ATA
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 992 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-3890
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SVHS editing, computer workshops, weekly screenings, gallery exhibitions. 
The setting is deep mission funky, the space is cozy (read: small) but the people have their heart in what they are doing... Hole in the wall where you can show your own movie (if you made one) to a random audience on ATA's projector.

The Marsh map 
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1062 Valencia St. (Valencia @ 22nd) San Francisco, CA 94110 phone: 415.826.5750 At The Mock Cafe themockcafe.org 
1074 Valencia St. 

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The Marsh located in San Francisco on Valencia Street is a hot bed for the best of local theater including solo performance and original plays. "a breeding ground for new performance". Three spaces, theatre, dance and cafe a breeding ground for raw and promising local bay area talent.  Kinetic artistic energy in motion with a very East Village, Off-Broadway feel.

Horace Mann Middle School  search google http://www.sfusd.k12.ca.us/schwww/sch618/campus.html 

Large auditorium on 23rd Street near Bartlett that is most often used by the community for meeting of several hundred s

East of Mission  

Shotwell Studios
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Shotwell studios is a community-based rehearsal, class and performance space provided by Footloose at low cost to teachers and artists in the performing arts. It is located in the Mission near Valencia St., making it accessible to one of the most thriving are communities on the west coast. For more information: 415-920-2223 (shown by appointment only)
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Located at: 3252-A 19th Street in San Francisco at the corner of Shotwell between South Van Ness and Folsom [map]

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2789 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 641-7657
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Brava is a beautifully restored neighborhood theatre close to a huge parking garage or you can pleasantly stroll the length of lower 24th Street, the heart of the SF Latin quarter if you use the 24th St BART 
Capacity: 371 total ( Orchestra 246, Mezzanine 125) Stunning large lobby 
Brava was founded in 1986 at the nearby Galeria de la Raza on 24th St. and is deeply rooted in the Mission District neighborhood. 

brava.org's two missions

We are one of the few theaters in the country that specializes in the creation of new work, and the only one whose primary purpose is to produce outstanding world premieres by women of color and lesbian playwrights.... 

Our plans to renovate and increase programming at the Brava Theater Center have been designed from a driving imperative: to contribute to the neighborhood by providing cultural, economic and social opportunities that will improve the lives of the primarily Latino resident population, particularly its youth.

In 1996, BRAVA, with support from SF Redevelopment and  the 24th Street Revitalization Committee chaired by then Supervisor Susan Leal, Brava, led by founder/ex. director Ellen Gavin, purchased the historic York Theatre last used as an art movie house but which had been closed for several years because it could not afford to fix its heater.   The project still has the potential to become an anchor in the revitalization of 24th Street.  Five stars for being there for voices that might otherwise go unheard... I've seen a bunch of superb productions here, always with heart and passion.

old Roosevelt Theatre
a 1926 former vaudeville house

Galeria de la Raza
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2857 24th Street at Bryant
phone: 415-826-8009
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An interdisciplinary Chicano/Latino space for art, thought & activism.

John O'Connell High School
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2355 Folsom St. @ 20th St.

Phone: 415-282-3334 ext. 16
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  Nightlife: Bars, Lounges & Clubs
  Mission Corridor

Cha Cha Cha
Spanish/Basque, Night Life, Tapas Bars
2327 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 648-0504
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Really huge portions of tapas at a not so steep price. The layout for this place is cool and the atmosphere is very laid back. Great place to hang out in groups or just alone. Also their speciality drinks are really exotic, not to mention potent too... I cannot put into words the glory that is Cha Cha Cha's fried plantains. A great place for a birthday dinner... a huge dramatic U-shaped bar, cool informal decor, and huge portions of carribean-inspired tapas for reasonable prices.

Night Life, Restaurants
2389 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 550-7455
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It seems like a throwback to another era with its welcoming red dining booths and well-stocked bar. There is music - mostly jazz, but some hip-hop and rock - almost every night of the week. They've moved to a New Orleans-style menu, which surprisingly works... Great mojitos, but don't order them when its crowded.  The bartenders make them by hand and it  just messes the whole thing up...

La Solea Dance Cafe
Dance Studio, Cafe
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3376 19th Street
(415) 643-6989
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La Solea is a community space for to relax, generate new ideas, and make connections.

Enjoy organic coffee, natural teas, exotic juices, delicious pastries, homemade tarts, quiches and sandwiches, and experience dance classes from all over the world.

Night Life
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2534 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 401-0810
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The bar is hot looking, its got an extremely high ceiling and a neat mezzanine.  You can even bring a drink out to the little front patio to drink and smoke and talk and pretend you're in Europe.  Dangerously close to the best burritos in the city (El Farolito at 24th and mission).  Its got a clean bathroom.  Let me repeat.  A fun bar....in the mission....with a bathroom that won't scare you with jumping syphilis.  Did i mention the strong drinks? ... I enjoy mainlining places like Laszlo on a calm Tuesday or Wednesday evening, when you can spend some quality time alone with a great bartender (and when I say great that ain't no f***ing joke - he gave us happy hour prices on non-happy hour beer) and some great people who, if you had known them in the eighth grade, you may have smoked an illicit cigarette with in the girls bathroom during sixth period.

12 Galaxies
Night Life, Live Music
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2565 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 970-9777
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Nice space--I liked the wraparound balconies above the stage. The acoustics were ok, but you have to get there early if you actually want to see the band... Nice open space, cool upstairs which doubles as a balcony overlooking the downstairs. The second floor also houses the pool table, some tables and an additional bar... The building is narrower than a birth canal and, like a birth canal, the sound system is great.

Doc's Clock
Night Life, Games
2575 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-3627
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It's dive-y and friendly but not really hip.  The space is really narrow and it gets pretty crowded on the weekend so you may find yourself striking up conversations with spirited strangers as you squeeze by.  It's comfortable and I had a fun time... great vibe with smiley happy people. the shuffleboard table was a cool idea. what better way for a bunch of drunks to spend their time? and i had a friend who randomly got a bingo game going in the back as well...hilarious... A true Mission hipster bar, it's good for drowning some sorrows. They have a great shuffle board table in back as well.

Make-Out Room
Night Life, Salsa, Readings, DJ
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3225 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 647-2888
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the music is hypnotic; i cannot say no to it. definitely a great place to dance the night away- a venue that encourages shamelessly practicing your salsa moves as opposed to dancing in closed-off circles to avoid the usual meat being marketed... The second you walk into Make-Out Room, you get the sense that everyone lurking in the inside is more beautiful than had you passed them while walking down the street.  But here, fellow Missionites are united by the common bond of cheap beer specials, frothy glasses of Pabst and the love of great indie music which shines down onto the crowd as brightly as the beautiful red glow that is cast upon the walls and 70s era decor.

Restaurant, Lounge
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2522 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 550-9055
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I especially like the size of the place, 3 levels and the rooftop bar is nice! (if you're under a heater that is).  The dance floor is a little small but it wasn't too crowded which was nice.  I will def say that I will be back! ... our waiter was Awesome....he let us have separate checks, drinks were timely, and he brought extra tables when we complained that ours were too small...  Best place to go on a full moon evening....the perspective from the rooftop view is a very clear and positive one..  

Mission Bar
Night Life, Pool, Dive
2695 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 647-2300
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I am bestowing five delicious stars on this fine tippling establishment based on the sheer awesomeness of their Tuesday night special. FREE POOL & $1 PINTS OF PABST. Do the math, friends... it's dark, it has stiff drinks and is in a kind of shady part of town. But it's all good when you go inside. The people are cool and the music is loud... I needed a local dive bar when I moved to the mission, and what could be better than walking to the corner and seeing in bright red letters "BAR". This place isn't just about convenience. It's chill, cheap, and the drinks are strong.

The Attic Club
Night Life, Dive, DJ
3336 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 643-3376
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the drinks are cheap and the crowd is mellow. even the bartenders are cool. man, this is a great place to brood... A great place to hang out if you don't mind random loud tunes from djs that spin anything from dub to classical music. This is my favorite old dive bar. I keep coming back for more.... It's got these nice red booths in the back if you want to bring a group of friends, and a big enough bar with friendly patrons who look like they've been coming there since the dawn of time.  I'm so glad I found it.

Savanna Jazz
Night Life, Jazz, Restaurant
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2937 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 285-3369
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the drinks are ok and the entertainment is great.  Regardless of the food - all attending said they'd go back for the atmosphere.  It feels like you're driving through Tijuana on the way, but the inside is romantic and cozy - a great 5th date place... I had a good time, found it entertaining and found a new appreciation for jazz music. Everyone else there except for my friends seemed old enough to be my mother or father, but it was all good. No cover charge, but a 2-drink minimum is required (will cost you about $12)... Good place to chill and listen to jazz.  It was pretty empty when we went, but the music was good.

  West of Mission  
  The Phoenix Bar & Irish Gathering House
Night Life, Restaurants
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811 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 695-1811
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Go for the brunch,  Very friendly cute & flirty bartenders and has that cool "neighborhood feel" ... The food far, far outstrips any other bar food anywhere... In heaven, the Guinness & whiskey will flow like water and we will all eat heavy Irish bread, potato nachos & chips & skins from the Phoenix without fear of diabetes, cirrhosis, high cholesterol and general lard-ass ness. I always forget about this place and it's so delicious.

Night Life, Live Music, DJ, Karaoke
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853 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 970-0012
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You know, it's small, it gets crowded, but damn if they don't have some of the best low-maintenance yet high-energy ambiance and dance music in the City ... The management has not only done a great job decorating the spot, but they also have done well mixing up the nights.  That is, each night varies from bluegrass to karaoke to live bands to deejays of varied genres.  The spot is quite cozy and getting a drink is not a problem given their attentive bar staff... Two thumbs up for one of the best karaoke spots in SF and home of AIREOKE! I heart the faux instruments  and back-up vocals provided by the VJ.

The Marsh's Mock Cafe
Comedy Club
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1074 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 826-5750 x5
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The 90 minute show at the The Mock was great, absolutely as good as anything you'd see at say Cobbs and unlike 50 Mason, the audience was into it, not tourists looking for a San Francisco experience. Lots of  mission restaurants surround it, and customers are more than welcome to bring in the tasty beverage of their choice.

Latin American Club
Night Life, Pool
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3286 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 647-2732
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It's a good place to hang with friends, no attitude, cheap beers, decent amount of seating, and a pool table...  Beer selection is standard, decor is visually interesting, and there's cool art on the walls. The pool tables are accessible on weeknights, but quickly turn into convenient seating on the weekends.... other than the pinatas though, there's really not too much about the bar that reflects its name. instead, it's a typical mission bar. not exactly a dive, but definitely has a chill dive type atmosphere and strong drinks.

Lone Palm
3394 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 648-0109
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Its dark, but not too dark: your table lit by a small tea candle. The music is loud, but the seating is such that you can hear your date. The decor is Art Deco-ish with a touch of the surreal... When you were thirteen, this is the kind of bar you imagined that your really cool older cousin hung out in. Probably the kind of place Phillip K. Dick would have frequented if he were a child of the '80s.  The darker version latter-years Miami Vice neon chic seems to have been cryogenically preserved and then implanted into this place, the ne plus ultra neighborhood undive.  The perfect place to escape the warm happy sunny smiling afternoon and lurk in its shadowy womb.  They also serve a great Manhattan.


Clooney's Pub
Night Life, Dive
1401 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 826-4988
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DEFINITELY the liveliest 6 A.M. bar crowd I've ever seen... All in all, it's a classic neighborhood bar, and one who's culture has remained fairly unchanged over time.  It's far enough off the ever-so-trendy Valencia Street nightclub scene to be free from it's influence....but not so deep in the Mission as to put it off the beaten path... The horseshoe shaped bar is classic and clientele are an interesting lot as well.  Envision a scene strait out of Bukowski. Picture painters, contractors, mechanics, pensioners and your random "entrepreneur", professional drinkers one and all. This spot is strait up working class so if you haven't got paint or oil on your trousers, prepare for the stink-eye. Come ready to get your drink on and you should be alright. They pour them stiff here.


Dovre Club
Night Life
1498 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 285-4169
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I like this place and I like its friendly and interesting bartenders.  I also fancy the canine patrons that tend to frequent this comfy bar.  Sweet jukebox too.  What more can I say? ... Nice prices and a pool table make it worth stopping by. Besides who wouldn't want to buy a drink from a real Irishman named Elvis... door swings in like a saloon and we find cold beers, lots of Irish stuff on the walls and plenty of places to take a load off.  Exactly what we were looking for.

  East of Mission
Night Life
2301 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 282-4663
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The wallpaper is wonderful, the pressed tin ceiling  is gorgeous, the bartender friendly, the beer selection vast, and the fireplace in the corner is cozy. Add bowls of peanuts in their shells, easy parking, and not too many people, and you have exactly my kind of bar... Imagine Dylans with less lighting, a shiny gold ceiling and Victorian wallpaper, and paintings of naked women...The decoration alone in this revamped neighborhood spot is worth the visit. The new owners are from New Orleans and you can see these touches in the tin-tiles and complementary colors.


Night Life, Pool
3349 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 401-8661
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A very manly bar. No fancy cocktails, brads from marketing, or groups of bacholerette parties. It's a great place to come on the weekends when you want to escape the usual crowds of 'woo' people that infest Valencia Street... Two giant pool tables and the best bartenders a guy or girl could ask for... It's a regulars-heavy crowd, and one that's straight-male centric.  The lack of female patrons seems to suffocate the competitive vibe that's ever so prevalent whenever they're around, and the lack of hard liquor helps to keep the eight-dollar martini set at bay.

Atlas Cafe
Cafe, Music, Art
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3049 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 648-1047
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The menu is perfect for a healthy lunch or afternoon snack. The sandwiches are inspired. My favorite is the smoked trout sandwich with fig-chile chutney and arugula. Or maybe the grilled cuban beef on toasted baguette. Or maybe the roasted yam and feta.... great venue to see americana roots music. Check out the Open mike night on certain thursdays during the month.... I like the decor, the bold logos on the walls, the stocked magazine rack, and the crowd that gathers there.

Jay'n Bee Club
Night Life, Pool
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2736 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-4190
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They have a lot of jazz music in the juke box, which is great. I did not eat anything but the bar tender was really nice and attentive.  Also, they serve Chimay and there is an area in back with tables for smoking... $1 PBRs during happy hour, $3 pints,a backyard patio for those inclined to light up while tossing back a few, and backyard BBQ on Sundays!  good jukebox, with a pool table to boot... everything is cozy and comfy, a little on the loungy side but not edgy or hip.  Good neighborhood-y vibe on a weekday.  Nice back deck.  The jukebox selection is quite broad (reggae, jazz, oldies, alternative, etc).  Reasonable drink prices.    


Monkey Club
Night Life, DJ, Dining
2730 21st Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 647-6546
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What's important to SF clubbers is here: available parking, inexpensive cocktails, and a someone spinning plastic till the lights come up ... Very cool bar/lounge in the Mission. The drinks are reasonably priced and good (try the Mojito). The DJ was spinning some kind beats but not too loud that you can't talk. A nice change of pace.


The Napper Tandy
Night Life, Pub, Karaoke
3200 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 550-7510
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This is great clean bar which is somehwat uncommen in the mission. The service is great (ok the bartnder may have bought a round or two)... Had several rounds of blood mary's and the first couple were spicy and good. They went a little downhill towards the end, but still is a good spot to watch some sports and have a few drinks. As for the food, not sure why anyone would actually eat here, considering all the other options in the vacinity...

Treat Street Cocktail
Bars, Dive
3050 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-5954
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enjoyable spot to get hammered. roomy interior, excellent jukebox, "the redneck special" (shot of beam + can of pabst), friendly bartenders and interesting clientele. plus, all the taxidermy you can eat. i want to live here... Boasting one of the finest  jukeboxes in the city, you can get boozy to the strains of '70's punk, jangly old-time country and the best in cretinous cheese-metal.  The bar staff generally manages to remain friendly despite the steady stream of chaotic antics from the neighborhood riff-raff.  If you have a taste for slurping suds amongst desperate loners, surly hipsters and foul-mouthed barflies, then this is your refuge.  

Pops Bar
Bars, Pool, Games
2800 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 401-7677
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Pop's used to be one of my favorite hangouts in the city.  Fun to be had any night of the week.  On weekends by midnight it's usually packed to the brim with hipsters leaving art shows or broken up parties & whatnot... A neighborhood dive with an eclectic clientele that includes nearby residents, hipsters, lesbians, and geeks. Among the amenities are an arcade game with Dig-Dug and Ms. Pac-Man, a pool table, an old-fashioned photo booth, a wall-mounted juke box offering a kitschy variety of genres, and vintage kid bikes mounted on the wall... but it was nice. Nice and crowded, and although I had to shout to talk to friends, the drinks were good, the bartenders were friendly, and I never had to wait very long to order some booze. Oh! And the champagne in a can!!

Jack's Club
Karaoke, Live Music
2545 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 641-5371
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Karaoke twice a week and live local bands on Saturday, keep this place hoppin' regularly...  I arrived early in the night with a group of friends. Upon entering, we found it to be inhabited by only a few Latino guys and their girlfriends singing love ballads in Spanish. Awesome. We got some beer, and sang some songs. A drunk dude bought us two pitchers of beer.


Phone Booth
Nightlife, Pool
1398 S Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 648-4683
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Asking me why I love the Phone Booth is like asking your soulmate why she loves you. It's just this incredibly strong feeling inside. Small as the name implies, smoky, drinks about fifty cents cheaper than most places, an excellent jukebox and central location ... Nobody comes here to get stinking drunk, just to have a great time and leer at the occasional tragic hipster who stumbles in... the drinks are generous, the crowd very relaxed and the pool table a fun way to spend a dollar. A nice queer and straight mix. It's the kind of place that's fun if you want to go out for a drink, but don't really want to "go out." Love the music people pick here too.



Pete's Lounge
1480 Alabama St, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 970-8777
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Last Update JUNE 2006