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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.
Discover the true spirit of San Francisco in this all inclusive, eclectic SoMa nightclub. Everyone from head banging punk rockers to polo-wearing yuppies can be seen here on any given night, and all are welcomed with equal enthusiasm. Nightly themes range from the underground 1980s music scene to New Wave to karaoke. Inside, the red lights cast a sexy glow on all of the club goers and the vinyl bench seating, silver go-go cage, and over-sized mirrors create a fun and energetic atmosphere that have helped make this club a staple in San Francisco's nightlife.
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.
Great music, check. Awesome ambiance and gorgeous venue, double check. Stellar drinks, right on. This Japantown nightclub gets all of the above right. The music is the most popular Electronic Dance Music from all around the world, which gets a young glamorous crowd taking the dance floor with pzazz. Spread over two stories, Origin, with its beautiful trendy interiors and solid technical features, makes sure you're feelin' it just the moment you enter. There's an average cover charge at the door, and while they're not as strict as some other boutique clubs, make sure you get with the program and dress up to be the 'in-crowd'.
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.
DJ mixing is an art and 26 Mix celebrates this with special dance parties showcasing the latest DJ experiments. The interior of this popular club changes, always complementing the music. Check out the works of local graphic and graffiti artists on the walls as you make your way to the dance floor. Very cool visuals and one-of-a-kind grooves await you there.
The retro luxuriousness of Bimbo's 365 Club's interior adds unexpected character to the venue. A wide variety of artists perform here, from local talent to major-label superstars on international tours. Past headliners have included the Detroit Cobras, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, They Might Be Giants, Seu Jorge, Aimee Mann and the Flaming Lips. Weekly Wing nights fill the floor with Charleston-ing zoot-suiters, accentuating the original plush crimson curtains of Bimbo's 1931 opening.
Formerly called Rockit Room, Neck of the Woods is one of the coolest places in the Richmond District to enjoy live music. It takes over the tradition of hosting performances of amateurs as well as established musicians encompassing indie rock and pop, alternative rock, electronic and other contemporary genres of music. Adding to its eclectic schedule of events is the salsa dance sessions which is held once a week. Gulp down trendy cocktails and relax in the downstairs lounge area of the club. However, if you are in mood for some happening party, then head upstairs and dance to the rocking tunes till late in the night.