Crown Point Press
Crown Point Press printmakers work with artists to turn singular visions into large-scale paper multiples. When master printmakers are...
GLBT Historical Society
The little nonprofit that could, the GLBT HS mounts historical exhibits that rotate every nine months – a must for any gay historian....
Cartoon Art Museum
Founded on a grant from Bay Area cartoon legend Charles M Schultz of Peanuts fame, this bold museum isn't afraid of the dark, racy or...
Back when SoMa was the stomping ground of sailors, alleys were named for working girls and Harlot pays them homage. Vampire bordello is...
For a business lunch that feels more like a spa getaway, take your choice of light fare such as duck confit or yellowfin tuna with...
540 Howard St · interesting places nearby
The city's greenest club is an izakaya (bar snack) and sustainably sourced sushi bar before 10pm, when it turns into a glowing LED-lit nightclub serving drinks in biodegradable cups. Buddha presides over the sleek, all-white upstairs room with slick stone floors; downstairs are two smaller rooms with midsized dance floors that harness the energy of stomping feet to generate electricity. DJs spin the gamut from dub to hip-hop to techno; Fridays are consistently good for house, and it's usually $5 before 11pm if you're on the guest list. Dress like you mean it.