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Large and spacious, the Folsom Street Foundry is a versatile event space that hosts a plethora of local concerts, art exhibitions and hosts game nights. It also doubles up as a bar, serving beers and wine to its adoring visitors. Designed with industrial-chic interiors that lend it the expansive look of a large living room den, the Folsom Street Foundry also features television screens in its confines, ideal for watching sports games. You can choose to plop yourself on the couch or head over to nearby tables to play ping pong or beer pong! Whatever you do, Folsom Street Foundry has something for everyone that walks in.
Powerhouse is a gay leather nightclub that's the perfect spot for dancing and enjoying a drink. This gay club is known for its great theme nights, such as uniform night, 2-for-1 drinks, Rock and Roll, and adult-themed events. With DJs on select night and unique events, it's no wonder this club has a loyal fan base.
While San Francisco certainly has no shortage of places to go after the sun goes down, YOLO Nightclub aims to take live music, dancing and partying to the next level in an iconic space that has been a hallmark of San Francisco nightlife for decades. The venue will seem familiar to some and brand new to others, but one thing is clear: YOLO Nightclub is truly committed to the philosophy of its oft-memed namesake and does much to ensure that their guests live it up and experience an evening that'll stick with them for the rest of their lives.
This bar is legendary, and it is also quite popular, especially on the weekends. DJs spin an eclectic assortment of music that complements the equally eclectic crowd. Any further information you'll have to discover by making a visit yourself.
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.
Should you be in the mood for hearty, meaty German food in substantial portions, stop by Suppenküche. This trendy, casual restaurant serves brunch and dinner. Reservations can be made for parties of six or more. Big, wooden beer hall-style tables and traditional, seasonal decorations will have you thinking you've been transported to a family-run inn somewhere in the Bavarian countryside. Grab a stein of lager (or maybe even a boot!), pull up a chair and revel in the vibe. Dozens of German and Belgian beers are available on draft and in the bottle. The kitchen serves up old favorites like Kartoffelsuppe and Wiener Schnitzel. The wait staff is quick and friendly. See the website for the menu, beer list and complete glossary of beer terminology.