There have even been more openings than closures over the last couple years, rent hikes be damned. For when you need exactly the right amount of wholesome sleaze A few too many bars in the Castro feel airbrushed and bubble-gummy, but the is lurid in the best possible way. Attracting a thicker, furrier crowd that likes to cruise the old-fashioned way, it also opens early enough to goad you into irresponsibility in the middle of the afternoon.
San Francisco is a busy city with an active nightlife, and there are plenty of places all throughout the city to go to enjoy the late hours of the day. However, a trip to San Francisco is not complete without at least one visit to experience the Castro nightlife. Known as gay mecca, the Castro embraces people of all orientations and makes it okay for everyone to explore the more colorful sides of themselves.
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Queer artistic expression thrives at Oasis, a club and cabaret theater in SoMa. The comic, electric show is different each time, with the Queens taking on everything from Disney princesses to pop stars. Grab an exotic cocktail at the Moroccan themed Fez Room then settle in for a mindblowing show of epic proportions.
Country-western dancing for the LGBT community and its friends. We welcome everyone! You'll find a friendly and diverse crowd: men, women, trans, young, old, gay, and straight friends of the LGBT community.
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Today, the Castro has a flourishing bar and nightlife scene and plenty to offer in the art and history departments, too, such as the GLBT History Museum and Castro Theatrewhich hosts the annual LGBTQ film festival, special screening events, and drag-inspired parodies of classic and cult films. San Francisco is exploding with drag amazingness! You can find a show any night of the week.
Get ready for another big-name destination among our gay guides… San Francisco! San Francisco is an iconic city for the queer community as a pioneer and battle ground for LGBT rights. Filled with queer history, a free-spirited vibes and currently one of top tech hotspots in the country, it welcomes a mix of travelers and dwellers that help create its diverse, come-as-you-are, laidback attitude.
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Opened inthe club is located at 6th Street and Harrison in the South of Market district. Known for its status as an afterhours clubthe venue has hosted a variety of benefits and events during its time as part of San Francisco's nightlife community. The nightclub's only location has been the site of a former room hotel at the corner of 6th and Harrison. The long-awaited EndUp opened last Thursday too and you have to see it to believe it.