Hotel Utah Saloon
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Yerba Buena Ice Skating & Bowling Center
While businesspeople are working Moscone Convention Center, upstairs you can skate figure eights or throw strikes at this rooftop...
Children's Creativity Museum
No velvet ropes or hands-off signs here: kids rule, with high-tech displays double-daring them to make music videos, claymation movies...
Bluxome Street Winery
Rolling vineyards seem overrated once you've visited SoMA's finest back-alley winery. Grab a barrel-top stool and watch winemakers at...
Butler & the Chef
Find authentic French-café classics among the SoMa warehouses at this lunch-only South Park favorite. Tables are tiny: mind your elbows...
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Hotel Utah Saloon information
This Victorian saloon ruled SF's '70s underground scene, when upstarts Whoopi Goldberg and Robin Williams took the stage – and fresh talents regularly surface here on Monday Night Open Mics, indie-label debuts and twangy weekend showcases. Back in the '50s, the bartender graciously served Beats and drifters, but snipped off businessmen's ties; now you can wear whatever, but there's a $20 credit-card minimum.