San Francisco Bars & Nightlife

San Francisco has a variety of places to choose from when nighttime arrives and it's time to hit the scene. Whether you're looking for a brewpub, biker bar, comedy club, nightclub, karaoke, live music, gay scene, lounge bar, piano bar, singles bar or romantic tavern, San Francisco caters to all interests. Unlike other major cities, the tone is very low-profile with a laid-back state-of-mind. With all the options available, there is bound to be a place that's just your style where you can go and have a good time.

Bars and Nightlife in the Mission District > Mission District
The Mission District, traditionally known for its versatile assortment of housing and architecture, also has a very active nightlife. There are a variety of bars and nightclubs to suit your interests. Elixir, the second oldest "neighborhood saloon" has been around since 1907. Located on the corner of 16th and Guerrero, this western-themed bar is truly a classic. It combines a bona fide feel of the Old West with a modern-day pub. On specific nights there are different themes including: Monday night darts, Tuesday night trivia and ladies night on Thursday. Be certain to try some of their World Class Cocktails including "the Elixir" (a mix of Baileys Irish Cream and Amaretto). The relaxed and friendly atmosphere makes a great night out.

More San Francisco Bars & Nightlife

The Castro: Moby Dick
4049 18th St.
(415) 861-1199

Hayes Valley: Place Pigalle
520 Hayes St.
(415) 552-2671

Mission District: Doc’s Clock
2575 Mission St.
(415) 824-3627

Noe Valley: Bliss Bar
4026 24th St.
(415) 826-6200

North Beach: Tosca Café
242 Columbus Ave.
(415) 391-1244

Absinthe Brasserie & Bar
398 Hayes St.
(415) 551-1590

Tommy's Joynt
1101 Geary Blvd.
(415) 775-4216

Zeitgeist
199 Valencia St.
(415) 255-7505

Bambuddha Lounge
601 Eddy St.
(415) 885-5088


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