San Francisco Nightlife
Unique, vibrant, and diverse; these are just a few of the many characteristics describing the San Francisco nightlife. One certain thing, you will not leave here disappointed. A true melting pot, San Francisco has a hybrid culture, originating from the Asian, Latino, and American roots.
San Francisco is among the most popular nightlife spots in the United States. The city boasts everything from ballets and opera to Irish pubs, hipster hangouts, piano bars, live music, cabaret, theatres, and more.
If you are looking to conduct a little business, The Mandarin Lounge is a great spot – offering a hotel haven for private conversation and great mixed drinks. If you’re looking for something a little more romantic, the Empire Flush Room is an ideal place hosted by vocalist, pianist, and cabaret performers.
Other popular places where you can enjoy the San Francisco nightlife include The North Beach, consisting of many strip clubs and historic beatnik bars. The Bubble Room offers champagne, chocolate, caviar, biscuits with live bluesy music. SoMa, or South of Market Area, plays host to stylish restaurants, theaters, galleries, and clubs. Fisherman’s Wharf is the best place for nocturnal hangouts, such as the Buena Vista and Knuckles Historical Sports Bar and Grill. Financial District, Civic Center, Union Square, Marina District, Mission District, Russian District, Marin County, and The Castro are all other nice place to visit and are bustling during the night.
There are plenty of other things that can be done once the sun sets over San Francisco. The bar scene is commonplace in San Francisco for both the locals and visitors. The city bay also offers plenty of fun in the water – including dinner dance cruises. Coming alive at night, you will seldom find yourself bored in San Francisco – the possibilities are truly endless.