Poker Tournament / Sports
The Bay 101 Shooting Star is an annual No Limit Hold ‘Em tournament held in March at Bay 101 in San Jose, California. Bay 101 is a casino offering poker cash games along with Baccarat, Blackjack, and Pai Gow. Created by Marko Trapani in 1997 ... moreBay 101 Casino
1801 Bering Drive
San Jose, CA 95112
Party Earth Review Prior to the 1990s, establishments along the Mission and Valencia Street Corridor were mostly limited to auto shops, dive bars, and taquerias serving a working-class Mexican population. Internet-fueled gentrification, however, brought an explosion of eclectic stores, chichi restaurants, and higher-end bars, creating what ... more
Mission and Valencia Streets stretching
approximately from 16th to 24th Streets
San Francisco, CA 94103
Cultural Festival / Concert
Throughout March, Irish-Americans and culture hounds celebrate all things Irish at the annual Crossroads Irish-American Festival. Each year, the Crossroads Irish-American Festival features a wide range of events hosted by venues throughout ... moreThroughout the city
Party Earth Review Although Union Square’s name technically refers to its 1850s-era beginnings as a place where pro-Union rallies were held prior to the Civil War, today it is better known for its surrounding blocks full of shopping options, live theater, restaurants, boutiques, and hotels. Six department stores, including high ... more
Between Stockton and Powell Streets
and Post and Geary Streets
San Francisco, CA 94108
"Red Hots Burlesque guides you through the gaggle of gams and team of tatas with new performers [each week] including trained aerial acrobat(s), drag, comedy and old fashioned striptease...watch them twitch and twatch.” funcheapSF ... moresupperclub
657 Harrison Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Party Earth Review Mission Dolores Park, better known as just Dolores Park, packs a lot of action into its two-block stretch – and the diversity of its visitors is often a perfect snapshot of San Francisco’s eclectic citizenry. Warm afternoons find the grassy knolls and undulating hills covered in sunbathers, as clusters of athletes take ... more
In-between 18th and 20th Streets
and Dolores and Church Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Punchline Comedy Club
444 Battery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Party Earth Review Stretching more than three miles from the historic Cliff House Inn to the rolling sand dunes of Fort Funston, Ocean Beach is the longest – and probably the foggiest – beach in San Francisco. The area was largely undeveloped until the late 1800s, when a small amusement park and the famous Sutro Baths swimming complex drew ... more
Point Lobos Avenue/Great Highway
San Francisco, CA 94121
In a 2010 nationwide survey of the United States, 5.6% of Americans reported they were of Asian descent. Asian Americans now make up as much as 35.8% of San Francisco’s population. As the years have passed, the Asian population in America ... moreThroughout the city
Party Earth Review With eight lakes, two major museums, celebrated gardens, and an abundance of outdoor activities, Golden Gate Park is an idyllic getaway for the more than thirteen million people who pass through every year, looking for a retreat from the urban crunch. Outstripping New York’s Central Park by 174 acres, the park’s three ... more
Between Stanyan Street to the east
and Great Highway to the west,
and Fulton Street to the north
and Lincoln Way to the south
San Francisco, CA 94118
A new and different show twice a week, including babes, burlesque, sideshow, variety, musical acts, drag and comedy! Our show seats at 7:30p! We are punctual! In order to ensure your seat especially if you are a large party (over 4) please ... moreEl Rio
3158 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Party Earth Review One of the biggest reasons vacationers come to San Francisco is to see Fisherman’s Wharf, whose twelve million annual visitors put it squarely on top of the heap when it comes to the city’s destinations. Encompassing a waterfront stretch barely a mile long, the area overflows with seafood joints, souvenir shops, sightseers ... more
The north waterfront running roughly
from Pier 35 on the east to
Van Ness Avenue on the west
San Francisco, CA 94109
People like straightforward lists, but there are way more than 101 things to do in San Francisco.
Open spaces like Golden Gate Park offer go-to spots for outdoor activities and relaxed contemplation and also host music festivals like Outside Lands, while the spires of the landmark Golden Gate Bridge demarcate the border of SF’s biggest backyard playground – the bay itself.
It’s a major event all over the Bay Area whenever the Giants are playing at AT&T Ballpark, and tourists lose themselves in Chinatown’s hustle as easily as in the bustling promenades and plazas of Fisherman’s Wharf, where cable cars amble past piers overlooking Alcatraz prison and the famous herds of lazy sea lions.
No day would be complete without a shopping excursion in Union Square, home to a massive assortment of department stores, upscale boutiques, tourist trinket shops, art galleries, and salons.
And if all that wasn’t compelling enough, San Francisco boasts miles of beaches, soaring redwood forests nearby in Marin, and some of the best skiing in the country a few hours away in Lake Tahoe.
If you have anything left once the sun goes down, Happy Hour beckons from all over town, providing a budget-minded jump into a gloriously vivid nightlife scene.
Bowling Alley / Lounge