611 San Bruno Ave. East, San Bruno, CA, US, 94066
- Phone: (650) 589-5089
- Fax: (650) 837-9701
The Rickshaw Stop is one of the best-kept secrets in the city's club scene. While the club has cheaper admission prices than most of its competitors, the Ricshaw Stop still manages to pull in an eccentric range of renowned musical acts, such as Grimes, Katy B, Jonathan Richman, The Mooney Suzuki, and The Pippettes. Even though the Rickshaw Stop has a full bar (and an impressive one at that), the club is still open to all ages. Check website ahead of time for show calender and club hours.
Listen to fantastic DJs as you dance the night away at this trendy nightclub. Head to the upper level for a more lounge-like atmosphere.
Club Retro is a cool nightspot that has something for everyone and no party animal is disappointed here. Throughout the year, it features the best of regional and international bands and DJs. For more information on its up-coming gigs and theme parties, check website.
You will not be able to tell if the person serving you is a man or a woman. Welcome to the land of gender illusionists. It is essential to start off your experience at Asia SF with one of their signature alcoholic drinks named after the ladies of Asia SF. And while the food here is not initially the main attraction, the menu offers great dishes that surprise with their creativity and balance. Start with an Asia-dilla—jack cheese, smoked duck and sun dried cherries in a grilled tortilla. Then for an impressive main course dish, try the Miso Glazed King Salmon on a bed of black rice and a tomato-edamame salad; this dish is delectable and surprisingly cohesive. After you eat, continue your night in the club, where DJs spin R&B/funk, house, as well as salsa.
Holy Cow is club heaven. This is one of many disco ball sending glittering light over a crowded dance floor, booming bass sending beats to the moving bodies. DJs and cocktails abound. Plus, it is right next to the Paradise Lounge, Ten 15, and several other happening places, so you can easily club hop. No cover here, so it is a very economical place to start.
Wish possesses a fusion of a relaxing atmosphere and a spot for clubbers. The ambiance is done up really well with an elegant decor and dim lighting and music here is delivered by the local DJs. Being a bar, it serves a variety of exotic cocktails and mocktails to quench your thirst. The dance area is quite spacious, while the people coming in here have a great time. Not to mention the lounge area where you can just relax and enjoy the atmosphere. To sum it up, it's a fine establishment to drop by, with your friends.
Passing through the old SoMa streets, one can't miss this popular chic nightclub called Shine. The disco lights hung overhead and the shiny gold panels that run from the ceiling to the floor add that extra 'shine' and razzmatazz to the ambiance. Sit back and relax in the cozy sofas and sip your favorite drinks while you chat up with locals. The bar is best visited for celebrating a special occasions. Treasure the memory by getting a snapshot at the photo booth with that special someone and see the photo getting uploaded in the bar's collection instantly! A very unpretentious bar and lounge, you need to visit Shine just once and you are sure to return here once again!
Hard to find but worth the struggle, this place serves up house and trip hop with plenty of visual enhancement. Bodies sway to the deep grooves on a tiny, thoroughly packed dance floor. Meanwhile, the visual universe is altered by film and images projected hypnotically on the club walls. The energy is high and the crowd is as visually arresting as the multi-media show. A great place to dance or people watch. Cover varies. Cash only.
Audio Discotech in SoMa is for all who love dancing. The futuristic LED lighting with an infinity mirror and the redolent retro Cadillac decor are a perfect balance of the old and the new. Featuring one of the best sound systems in the neighborhood, a pivotal dance floor and two bars, this swank club has everything for a fun night out with friends. Groove to the music spun by talented DJs while sipping a drink or two and dance like there is no tomorrow.
You are now in the leather bar block of South of Market. And Powerhouse is an excellent example of the genre. But there is more going on than just wearing leather here. Uniform night, 2-for-1 drinks and DJ dancing are all part of the fun as well as a crowd that really knows how to have a good time whatever the theme night.