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A Castro neighborhood levi/leather bar that's home to locals and tourists alike. You're sure to have a great time at the 440! Weekly Specials include: Tuesdays: $2 Beer - All beer is $2 all day and all night Happy Hour: Mon - Fri from 12noon... more
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Beaux nightclub is the newest joint venture from owners Tim Eicher and partner Jeff Eubanks, as well as Rob Giljum and partner Rob Cotterman. The group is known for bringing new life into the Castro district in the past four years by obtaining and up... more
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Located on Market Street between Van Ness and the Castro.   Great Food. Large draft and bottled beer selection. Two rooms. Two pool tables. Party booth. more
The Club BNB is part of Oakland’s newly revitalized Uptown District near the recently renovated Fox Theatre.  The location features 6 full bars, multiple dance floors, billiard’s room, smoking lounge, second floor VIP lounge, state o... more
One of the nation's first lesbian nightclubs, the Savoy has been holding down the fort for South Bay girls for over 30 years. Hot bartenders, pool tables and an age-diverse crowd of women seeking women make this a hot hangout for dancing, jumping in... more
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A neighborhood bar with a Bay Area-wide clientele who enjoy being in a culturally, racially and sexually mixed environment to have a good time and find a mixed bag of enjoyable music and entertainment. Happy Hour:  Mon - Fri 1pm - 8pm; Well and... more
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Come for the Drag, Karaoke and drinks.    * Drag Friday and Saturday nights at 10pm * Karaoke in our Front Bar Fridays and Saturdays-just walk in * Drag Brunch on Saturdays at 11am, Sundays at 11am and 1:30pm Reservations are highly enco... more
San Francisco's newest sports bar and restaurant in the Castro! The newest addition to the Castro is the perfect spot to watch a game, eat great food and flirt with the team that you just beat on the field. WE ARE OPEN! Come try our delicious food... more
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Hole In The Wall opened during April of 1994 in the heart of San Francisco’s South of Market district. Fourteen years later we packed up and moved two blocks, to Folsom Street. 1369 Folsom Street to be exact. We welcome everybody (except moo... more
A queer bar in the Mission. more
Cabaret, drag and goth-industrial ho-downs keep the King of Clubs one of Mountain View’s quirkiest bars, a draw for the entire LGBT spectrum. But it’s the no-cover karaoke with up-to-date musical selections that make this off-the-beaten p... more
A cozy, friendly neighborhood bar. Lots of smiling faces and conversation make it an "Irish Pub" type of atmosphere. Eclectic, mixed clientele. A wonderful place to check out when the noise and bustle of the Castro is just a little too much for you.... more
To call Lido’s eccentric is an understatement. With a Latin bar on the bottom and Asian disco up top, goth drag one night and Spanish-pop lip-sync battles the next, it could very well be the South Bay’s strangest nightclub. Though not an... more
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Upscale, unpretentious neighborhood bar in the heart of the Castro. Second story bar has ceiling to floor glass windows and a one-of-a-kind wrap around deck to watch the world go by.  We've got nightly events with DJs, a Wednesday night drag qu... more
Less a club and more of a laid-back neighborhood dive, Mac’s is one of the longest-running gay bars in the South Bay. Cheap drinks and a mellow atmosphere lure a clutch of weekday regulars, gay and straight. Weekends bring a crush of patrons pr... more
There are probably more risqué interpretations of the name 'Midnight Sun,' but for the more discreet barfly, it ostensibly refers to the large screen televisions that hang at either side of the bar. more
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Moby Dick has steadily evolved over the years from a divey neighborhood watering hole to a busy, more tourist-friendly Castro gay bar. - digitalcity.com Drink Specials -------------- sunday - beer bust (3 to 8 pm), $3 bloody marys, and 2 for 1 froz... more
For over twenty-five years, Pilsner Inn has been entertaining and quenching the thirsts of San Francisco's gay (and straight!) community. Through these years we have supported a deep commitment to many of our community's sports teams including softba... more
The Powerhouse Bar is the one of the most popular spots in South of Market.   They have set the style for no “attitude”, dirty, South of Market fun. more
QBar is a hot new bar in the heart of the Castro, directly across the street from the Castro Theatre.  QBar features a nightly lineup of DJ's spinning high energy dance music.  Our daily Half-Off Happy Hour offers half-priced drinks with We... more
Where Splash bleeds sequins and Tokyo Teas, Renegades courses with leather, Levi’s and hairy chests. Silicon Valley’s only bear bar may be a manly man’s world, but it boasts a wildly diverse range of regulars—lesbians, jocks,... more
A classic gay bar in SoMA - bears, dykes, bikers, drag.   Sunday beer bust.  Thursday night live bands. more
Two dance floors, a throbbing crush of bodies, sputtering laser lights, neon drinks and a ton of TV monitors make a weekend visit to Splash a rush of sensory overload. But San Jose’s preeminent gay nightclub, the colorful cornerstone of Fountai... more
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Having been a staple of the Castro night scene for over 20 years, The Café represents the best of the 21+ Castro bar scene. The Café finished a complete remodel in 2009, creating an atmosphere that can only be described as "The Caf&eacu... more
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For those who are in the know, the Cinch is a semi-secret gem in the City. Tucked away in the Polk Street Gultch (the City's former gay neighborhood), this queer western-style bar has a unique look and feel about it that defies time and space. The at... more
The Edge has been a part of San Francisco's Castro community for over 20 years and is known as a place where everyone is welcome and everyone has a great time. more
After years of living, working and loving in Oakland, our team noticed a common complaint among the diverse, yet ever growing LGBT community in Oakland. Despite the fact that every day Oakland seemed to get better, safer and open the doors of another... more
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The Stud has been the place to dance the night away for many many years. Looking for a place to throw the next afternoon bash? The Stud is available most days before 9pm. more
$2 beers on Tuesdays.   From 1940 until today, having a good time is still the same at Trax on Haight. more
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