Asia Sf is San Francisco's foremost drag show / restaurant. The waiters are all in drag and there is a constant vibrant throbbing environment to boot. The food is savory and the drinks are strong. But the lasting Impression will be your waiter.
Dress Code: No Requirement.
This polynesian theme bar is accentuated by its island-style booths and exotic drinks. Each booth is named after an island and has a character of its own.
This is a local haunt , almost a dive what keeps it from being one are the drinks. It has a cabanaesque decor and the drinks are mainly strong fruity cocktails. They have around numerous blenders whipping up some innocuous concoctions. Try the Scorpion Bowl and the Shark's Tooth.
Dress Code: Casual
Everyone must go to the Bus Stop on Union Street. It's an old sportbar that all the locals visit. Most people there are in their 20s but it's a great time for all ages. Great place to meet up with people and watch a game.
Dress Code: As casual as it gets.
For a great hole in the wall place to see some blues/rock/whatever check out the Blue Light. It's a very small place with stiff drinks, friendly people and great music. I have always come out of here with a buzz and a smile on my face. Look for the blue light.
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