Comfort Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
611 San Bruno Ave. East
San Bruno, CA 94066
Phone: (650) 589-5089
Fax: (650) 837-9701
611 San Bruno Ave. East, San Bruno, CA, US, 94066
- Phone: (650) 589-5089
- Fax: (650) 837-9701
23 Club, founded in 1941 in Brisbane, is almost as old as the city itself. During the great gold rush, this club used to be a regular haunt of gold miners and local residents alike. Many a famous performer including Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline have performed here and are enshrined in the walls of the club. Today it features every kind of music from Latino and Salsa to Honky Tonk and Hip Hop.
Tucked snugly in a Bernal Heights Victorian, Wild Side West is a second home to many city locals. Although it is primarily a lesbian bar, everyone is welcome to enjoy a drink here. The knick-knacks, hanging art, and cozy atmosphere are pleasant and familiar. The blood-red pool table, on the other hand like the bar itself, is one of a kind. Settle back with your favorite drink and enjoy the mellow ambiance and friendly clientèle.
Although Space 550 has the familiar huge warehouse-style building, ear blasting sound system, and big crowds you see in so many clubs, 550 is unique. Everyone is smiling; not just the dancing/drinking revelers but the bouncers and bar staff too. It does not matter that you are just one in thousands; everything from the talented DJs to the wide variety of music and visuals is bound to make sure you have a good time.
Se habla espanol? Or maybe you just love to dance to Latin beats. Either way, Club Malibu is your place. In a crowded, lively atmosphere, DJs spin salsa and other south-of-the-border rhythms. Hot live bands play Thursdays through Sundays. Whichever night you get here, prepare to order up a Tequila Sunrise, por favor, and dance the night away. The energy is high and the vibe is intoxicating among the mostly Spanish speaking crowd.
Tucked into the Mission, El Rio is a beloved neighborhood institution. Locals enjoy a margarita or a pint at the bar or on the spacious patio out back. El Rio features entertainment every weeknight, from DJs, and live bands to salsa dancing and movie nights. See website for detailed calendar. Adding to the bar's allure are "Dollar Day" Mondays, a lengthy happy hour, and free oysters on Fridays. Check the website for more details.
Want to learn to Salsa or already know how? Want to watch other people do it? Perhaps you just love the Latin beats? If these things apply to you, you must apply at Roccapulco. Live shows, dancing, food and lessons are all part of this authentic Latin culture experience. Cover varies each evening, check website for details.
DJ mixing is an art and 26 Mix celebrates this with special dance parties showcasing the latest DJ experiments. The interior of this popular club changes, always complementing the music. Check out the works of local graphic and graffiti artists on the walls as you make your way to the dance floor. Very cool visuals and one-of-a-kind grooves await you there. It is recommended to call before visitingon Sundays and Mondays as the open hours vary.
Sip on a cool glass of beer in a very lively environment with live music played by bands every night only at the Revolution Cafe. People of different tastes and likes come here, so it's a great place to make some new friends. If you are not the socializing type, then you could just find a secluded corner and take care of business on your laptop with the free wi-fi. The menu doesn't features snacks like hummus and bagel chips, pretzels and baked goods. Known for playing host to upcoming bands, Revolution Cafe is known for the entertainment it features.
All locals love a pub crawl night out in the Mission and the Latin American Club is sure to be a highlight for even the most jaded hipsters. The sign itself is an invitation of boozy beauty with its irreverent neon horseshoe. Once inside you are inundated with 1950s nostalgia and high ceilings covered in piñatas and vibrant colors. Only cocktails and beer are served here. The view of the fiesta below is sure to delight you as you enjoy your drinks.
Comfortable and chill, Amnesia is a great place to relax with a few drinks and your buddies. The bar offers a variety of micro-brewed beers along with a wide selection of wines, and live music (from bluegrass to gypsy jazz and even hip-hop) entertains patrons every night. An interestingly mixed Mission crowd can often be found here. The service is mellow and the mood is a sophisticated blend of hip and retro-cool. See website for calendar of events (including "Rock Out Karaoke" every Tuesday).
Lesbians mingle in style here. The decor is chic and the jukebox is truly wonderful with something for every taste and mood. Play pool or sip a drink and enjoy conversation. There are tables as well as sofas for relaxing. You could easily come alone and feel comfortable in this friendly atmosphere. Everyone is welcome, whether gay or straight, female or male (on their best behavior of course) all have a good time here. Only cash accepted.
With music from around the world playing in the background in a modern set-up, Bissap Baobab (formerly known as Bollyhood Café) is a place you can enjoy alone or with a group of friends. Exotic dishes made from home recipes and Senegalese spices are mixed with personal touches to create complex, yet subtle flavors. Along with the tasty food, you're bound to enjoy exciting events several nights a week, including live performances and guest DJs. The screening room can also be used for private parties and birthday bashes. Whether it's dining or partying, Bissap Baobab is the place to be.