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Welcome to the land of gender illusionists. It is essential to start off your experience at Asia SF with one of their signature alcoholic drinks named after the ladies of Asia SF. And while the food here is not initially the main attraction, the menu offers great dishes that surprise with their creativity and balance. Start with an Asia-dilla—jack cheese, smoked duck and sun dried cherries in a grilled tortilla. Then for an impressive main course dish, try the Miso Glazed King Salmon on a bed of black rice and a tomato-edamame salad; this dish is delectable and surprisingly cohesive. And during it all, you'll be treated to great bar-top performances by the ladies of AsiaSF. After you eat, continue your night in the club, where DJs spin R&B/funk, house, as well as salsa.
You don't have to travel to the Deep South to experience a culinary tradition that is rarely reproduced elsewhere. Perhaps for good reason. Dubbed, the best place for eating beanie weenies while listening to deep house by Rolling Stone magazine, this strange creation serves microwaved trailer trash food (Mac'n'Cheese, fries, TV dinners, etc) from an actual trailer to crowds of hipsters and clubkids. Nightly DJs and a full bar add music and mayhem to the nuke-food energy, keeping Butter's atmosphere radiant.
Designed by nationally-acclaimed artist Michael Brennan, Raven Bar is the place to go if you want to enjoy a premium cocktail in a fun and lively environment. With its subtle lighting, antique mirrors and dark leather booths, the bar pays homage to San Francisco’s reputation as a place of "easy vice and hard virtue." Located on the booming Folsom street corridor, Raven’s interior offers an upstairs and downstairs lounge with three bars, two DJ booths, and two dance floors, all boasting a 90s theme. Take a trip down the memory lane by grooving to all your favorite songs from a bygone era.
Maybe the name has a lot to do with it, but Make-Out Room is sexy. Overstuffed padded booths, a mirrored bar, a dance floor designed for seduction, and a stage for live shows (expertly booked ones at that), all put you in the mood. There's live music, comedy, dancing, and of course the thrills of a very healthy single's scene. Rock 'n' roll legend Jonathan Richman treats in-the-know Mission District denizens to budget-priced four-night residencies on a fairly regular basis.