South Park ‘Dot-com’ was the word on the street here in the mid-’90s, when venture capitalists plotted website launches in parkside...
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...
Crown Point Press
Bet you didn't think anyone could capture Chuck Close's giant portraits, Robert Bechtle's hyperrealistic street scenes or Chris Ofili's...
Hotel Utah Saloon
This Victorian saloon ruled SF's '70s underground scene, when upstarts Whoopi Goldberg and Robin Williams took the stage – and fresh...
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...
657 Harrison St · interesting places nearby
Supperclub titilates with the promise of ooh-la-la exotic – beds line the all-white dance floor – but whether it delivers depends on that night’s crowd of snappily dressed, straight 20-to-40-somethings, who arrive after 10pm when the restaurant becomes a club. Best nights are the quarterly Suppervision, a pan-sexual bash when the beds actually get good use.