Best Nightclubs in San Francisco

Best Nightclubs in San Francisco

It’s well-known that San Francisco is the town of many pleasures. There is no other U.S. city which has more restaurants ‘per capita’ than San Francisco. But, if you ask for the energy, the lights, and the rhythms during all night, you should ask for the best dance clubs here. Well, it’s not such a problem. Thanks to global trends in techno, house, experimental electronics start, and drum & bass, city’s nightclubs hold a significant spot on the international dance floor for a while. There are many top DJs here including J Boogie, Justin Martin, and Mark Farina. Come and feel a magical atmosphere of this extraordinary city.

Best Nightclubs in San Francisco

Come to this exciting dance club for much fun, friendly vibe, the great music, and a lot of energy. Clubgoers adore this space with three different rooms. You can expect a different kind of music in each room, and there are no ways you can’t find exactly you want. Be reconciled that this place is always overcrowded and you have to wait a while to get your drink. Over that, the rate of this club is a big 10!

This San Francisco’s premiere live music venue host international, national, and local DJs on the main stage of this big club. It has the ample dance floor, loft space upstairs, and two pretty long bars. During years this space becomes a hip-hop friendly place, but it’s still a multipurpose club where you can expect all kind of surprises on any given night. Its multilevel layout and impressive size make this venue a prime people-watching spot.

At first glance, Delirium is a lovely pub, but you should know that the back room, entirely painted in black, offers the perfect dance experience ever. This dance & nightclubs place is well known for the unusual and diverse music mixture for dance. Just ignore cranky pink walls in combination with a red carpet. It maybe doesn’t fit, but it’s a part of the retro-lounge effects they go for. Their bar is a ‘service for the sick’. Come here and be cured.

Public Works is an excellent choice for starting with your San Francisco tour. You can feel the pulse of both the international and local underground here. Their mission is to ‘give the crowd everything they want’ including top DJs, a Funktion top-of-the-line sound system, foot-friendly dance floors, excellent drinks and booze, a pop-up art gallery, and an upstairs loft for an all-night-long party. I can give you two tips – come to their annual ‘Noisepop Festival’s Culture Club’ events and bring only cash.

One more good combination of a bar and a nightclub in San Francisco full of graffiti murals from the New York’s streets and ’80s-era photos behind the DJ booth. Double Dutch is the old-school space with soul, funk, and hip-hop you can enjoy on the small-scale dance floor in the back. Anyway, if you are nostalgic and prefer Dirty Dancing scene, visit this charming place and get back to this fashionable epoch.

Monarch, located in Soma district, is both a bar and a nightclub on two different levels. You will admire a large mural and their ‘steam punk’ chandeliers for sure. But, the main thing is situated downstairs in the club including elevated DJ booth, a Void Acoustics sound system, and two lounge areas. It’s founded by four friends who did a good job with a booming dance space, acrobats who hang from the ceiling, and a hidden private room. Come to enjoy live music and DJ’s at this classy spot.

Hosting an excellent eclectic of events including burlesque shows, 18+ dance parties, all-ages live music, and private parties, DNA Lounge has probably been the San Francisco’s most fashionable nightclub for over thirty years. You can enjoy their 3,000 square foot with four dance floors, two stages, a full-service 24/7 cafe & restaurant, plus even seven bars! According to the 2017 SF Weekly Readers’ Poll, it’s both ‘Best Live Music Venue’ and ‘Best Dance Club’ last year.

In the heart of SOMA, F8 Bar and Nightclub offers all types of music from House to Hip hop, Techno to Dubstep, Electro House to Drum and Bass and much more.

F8’s main goal is to be a music destination for San Francisco, they want the atmosphere that comes with good music. But this does not mean they forget about the drinks F8 has some of the best drinks specials in SF and their staff are a joy to be around. The Venue holds around 250 and is also available for private rental.

If you spend some time exploring Soma district in the heart of San Francisco, you will find Audio, probably the best mid-sized dance music place in town. It’s a synonym for musical talents and sound, and many international DJs consider Audio as a home and one of their best-loved clubs. Visit this remarkable space and enjoy a dynamic 3D lighting system and the first Funktion One 3D surround system in the world. Genuinely immersive experience!


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