Dance club in Mission District with VIP bottle service. So much fun – between getting a fabulous dinner and having a blast at a nightclub, you’re sure to have the best night.
Hot tip: If you stay late enough for Bissap Baobab to turn into a nightclub, you’ll beat the lines and entry fee.
This pinball place is off a street in Upper Haight. All the tables are collector-owned. Be careful – you can easily blow through $20 in a night, just playing the games.
With amazing tunes provided by an in-house DJ, friendly faces, and a cool atmosphere, this church-turned-roller-rink is fun for all ages. Remember that it’s cash only!
The Yelp! page for The Golden Fire Hydrant is comprised of haikus devoted to the landmark – if that doesn’t tell you how locals feel about this find, nothing will.
The legend of The Golden Fire Hydrant goes like this: when San Francisco was in flames following the 1906 earthquake, many of the city’s fire hydrants failed; not this one, nicknamed “the little giant.” Legend has it that it saved the historic Mission District from being completely obliterated. Give it a hug when you visit!
70s-style, 21+ nightclub with live music. San Franciscans love “Cool as F—,” a Britpop night.
An awesome 21+ bowling alley (with family hours Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.) where you can grab dinner, drinks, or brunch.