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San Francisco is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. This vibrant city of 815,000 people has a long history and offers a number of tours and attractions for visitors during the day. Many visitors, and residents alike, are not ready to call it quits just because the sun goes down. To accommodate night owls, socialites, and people just looking for a good time, there are several top San Francisco clubs where you can get a drink, mingle with people from all over the world, and dance to music spun by some of California’s most talented DJs.

San Francisco is one of the most cosmopolitan of American cities, and this is apparent in the diversity of their nightclub scene. The type of nightclub often depends on its location in the city. The Marina district has some of the more high-class nightclubs, while north beach nightclubs are known for late-night neon clubs. And, of course, the Castro district is home to many gay-friendly San Francisco clubs.

Here are some of the top clubs in San Francisco as rated by visitors and professional reviewers:

401 6th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: 415-646-0999

The Endup is the busiest “laid back” nightclub you will ever see. It is a self-described house of freaks, and they have worked diligently to build up a clientele of regulars who have been visiting this San Francisco club for the past decade or longer. Instead of hopping from club to club, the diversity of the city can be experienced from this single club. They are known for attracting some of the greatest DJs in the area. Some of the features of the club include mirrored columns, an intimate dance floor, a fireside sitting room, and a tropical patio with a waterfall. Before 11pm, entry is free, but afterward, the cover is usually $20.

Ruby Skye
420 Mason St., San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: 415-693-0777

The Ruby Skye building is a former theater, originally built in the 1890s, but today, it is considered the most modern nightclub in the city. This is one of the busiest of the San Francisco clubs, and a lot of tourists put it on their to-do list. The club has vaulted ceilings and long bars. They feature both live music and DJs on different nights. A cigar bar is available in a dedicated room with pool tables, and the main dance floor is extremely large. The majority of clubbers here are young and chic, occupying both the main floor and a mezzanine level. Some nights are free at Ruby Skye, but other nights, the cover can be as high as $25, depending on the night’s entertainment.

Club 525
525 Howard St., San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone: 415-339-8686

This club is listed in the top 40 clubs in the nation. This is an upscale dance club made for those who looking to go out and meet new people. It is both stylish and trendy, meaning that the clubbers know their style and there are plenty of them. This club is all about dancing. The dance floor is one of the biggest in the city, and there are two of them, just for good measure. They spin a variety of music that includes house music, hip-hop, reggae, and salsa. There are a total of three bars in the club, so even though it is packed, drinks flow freely. The lounge is multilevel and offers private rooms and VIP seating. The cover charge ranges from $10 to $25.

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