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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.
Indeed, there is no grill to be found here. And it is a good thing, because people do not come here to eat. Rather, it is the cocktails, pool, DJs and live music that draw crowds to this swanky bar. A smoking room, a 1970s and 1980s dance night and a jazz jukebox are among the other amenities at Blondie's Bar and No Grill. Large windows allow for people watching, which as always competes fiercely with anything you will see inside.
This is a neighborhood kind of place with all types of people coming in to hang out and drink, of course. You can enjoy one of the many beers on tap or one of the special cocktails. This place is usually bustling with people on the last day of the weekend. The service is friendly and you may end up chatting with the bartender or the owner. A great place to socialize and meet friends.
If you are looking for a trendy and social bar, come to the Lush Lounge, known for their specialty cocktails, comfortable environment, and great service. Voted "Best Pick-up Bar in San Francisco" and "Best Cosmopolitan" by the Chronicle, Lush features a variety of bargain-priced drinks: assorted flavored martinis and margaritas, a killer Bloody Mary, a bitter-sweet lemon drop, frozen drinks, and much more. Lush has it all. Leafy plants decorate the entrance of the room, and the walls are covered with vinyl records and posters of timeless stars like The Rat Pack and Marilyn Monroe. Two televisions are set above the bar that air classic videos such as Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo."
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.
Rumor has it that this bar and restaurant was built to accommodate the crowds generated by the baseball stadium across the street. If this is true, there is only one question. Where will they fit? The bar and patio are packed every night with sports fans at MoMo's. Escape to the dining room, where you can enjoy hearty American favorites. The restaurant also serves as a private dining room where you can throw a lavish party for loved ones.
Contrary to it's name, Bar None offers everything to enliven the nightlife. Apart from loud music and a wild crowd dancing all night, this multi-faceted club has loads of options in its kitty to keep guests coming back for more. You could spend a great deal of time in the spacious room and indulge in a game of pool, variety of arcade games and a couple rounds of darts. Dining is a pleasure here with cheese quesadillas and mozzarella sticks to go with a basket of fries. To add to the joy, this bar offers great nightly drink specials. With so many interesting features, this bar really is bar none.