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Audio in SoMa is for all who love dancing. The futuristic LED lighting with an infinity mirror and the redolent retro Cadillac decor are a perfect balance of the old and the new. Featuring one of the best sound systems in the neighborhood, a pivotal dance floor and two bars, this swank club has everything for a fun night out with friends. Groove to the music spun by talented DJs while sipping a drink or two and dance like there is no tomorrow.
There is often a line and a cover, but that usually means you're in for a great party. A varying crowd dances the night away on the huge floor with a second-level terrace looking down on the action, as well as a smaller upstairs dance floor. Tunes range from 1970s disco and 1980s funfare to 1990s hip-hop and Goth, depending on the theme of the night. All are welcome at DNA Lounge. Behind the bar, quiet rooms allow for a smaller party feel. Once a month they throw 'Bootie': a night of mash-ups and booze.
For indulging in drinks and upbeat music, Double Dutch is surely your destination. Expect the friendliest of staff to serve you premium spirits which are reasonably priced. Select from well-mixed drinks and many more creative concoctions. For an additional high get on the dance-floor and groove. This venue showcases its love for hip hop through the many eccentric murals of old school Nike shoes, boomboxes and larger than life graffiti. Themed nights and live music featured throughout the month take the fun factor a notch higher. At Double Dutch, you can expect double the fun every night.
Two levels of pure indulgence - that is Monarch for you! One floor is a refined lounge, where art nouveau decor and skillfully-crafted cocktails rule the roost, and the other is a world of music with state-of-the-art acoustics and top class DJs. Both floors display innovative design elements and make for a comfortable space to simply relax or to dance your cares away. The club/bar with its eclectic crowd and energetic ambiance has provided a visible facelift to the entire neighborhood.
Some of San Francisco's most talented live musicians and DJs pack in the people on 1015's four dance floors. When you first arrive, you can check your coat, buy a drink, and groove to some top-40. Downstairs there's another bar with another DJ spinning tunes. Upstairs is the VIP lounge, with alternative music, velvet sofas, and people lounging about, engaged in esoteric conversations. But the big room is where you will find the night's headlining act. An expansive venue for sure, the club's promoters use every ounce of the club's space to showcase a wide range of musical genres everything from house and techno to hip-hop and trap, and everything in-between.
The End Up is a San Francisco institution. It's very roomy: although the dance floor is small; with a huge outdoor patio, a fire place, and comfortable seats to take in the scene. And there is quite a scene guaranteed! Having evolved from a historic gay nightclub to an all-inclusive dance party, it has one of the city's sexiest mix of people mingling here.
Leave jeans, sneakers, and hats behind, only the well dressed get in the door here. Once inside, anyone 18 years or older is welcome to enjoy multi-level dance floors, DJ mixed house and techno, elevated cages, and state of the art lighting and sound. A full bar is available to those 21 and over.
Harlot is the perfect club to head to after a tiring day at work. Housed in a former printing press, the decor is a blend of rustic old designs and modern patterns woven together. Extensive use of black, monochromatic color scheme and paintings further add to its elegance. You can chose from its tranquil bar area or happening dance floor; the seating space can also be re-arranged, if you are planning to throw a party here. In a nutshell, Harlot has everything that is expected of an ideal nightclub including cool music, happy hours, VIP area and so forth.
When it comes to partying hard, you cannot go wrong at Temple. This unique place defies the conventional jazzy setting of a bar. 50,000 LED lights brighten up the main dance floor, where the DJ booth is showcased in all its glory, while mezzanine tables seem to float above the action. The LVL 55 lower level is decked out in a futuristic way and provides a more intimate, underground ambiance than the main room. If you're looking for a modern, fun place to dance the night away to EDM, head to Temple.