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The Curran Theatre
445 Geary St | www.curran-theater.com
THE A.C.T. Theatre
415 Geary Street | www.act-sf.org
A pair of gorgeous 1200 seat turn-of-the-century live theatres two blocks down the street. Reserve online or drop into their box offices for last-minute cancellations.
San Francisco Symphony
201 Van Ness Avenue | www.sfsymphony.org
One of America's finest and oldest orchestras.
Pier 29 along the Embarcadero | (415) 438-2668 | love.zinzanni.org
"Love, dinner and chaos" or Dinner theatre-meets European cabaret-meets cirque-meets insanity - all under the Big Top. One of the most entertaining nights you will experience. Reservations essential.
Beach Blanket Babylon
678 Green Street | (415) 421-4222 | www.beachblanketbabylon.com
San Francisco's longest-running musical review covering everything from San Francisco history to modern times - totally over the top! Don't miss this - hilarious. Reservations essential.
1330 Fillmore Street | (415) 655-5600 | www.yoshis.com
San Francisco's premiere live jazz venue.
Biscuits & Blues (Corner of Geary & Mason - 2 blocks)
401 Mason Street | (415) 292-2583 | www.biscuitsandblues.com
Voted America's #1 blues nightclub by the Blues Foundation. Great live music and southern cooking.
Full service restaurant and premium bar. Tuesday to Sunday, 6pm-Midnight.
Johnny Foley's Irish House (O'Farrell & Cyril Magnun - 3 blocks)
243 O'Farrell Street | www.johnnyfoleys.com
One of San Francisco's most authentic Irish bars. Beautiful decor. Friendly crowd. Live music nightly.
Great American Music Hall
859 O'Farrell Street | (415) 885-0750 | www.musichallsf.com
Great old music hall hosting a wide variety of acts. See website for calendar.
333 11th Street | (415) 255-0333 | www.slims-sf.com
Boz Scagg's club featuring a wide variety of musical acts and styles. Food available.
The Fillmore (Geary & Fillmore Streets - 13 blocks - short cab ride)
1805 Geary Blvd | (415) 346-2314 | www.thefillmore.com
Concert hall made famous during the 60's is still going strong, man.