First ladies of the world, look out: these dazzling Asian ladies can out-hostess you in half the time and half the clothes. Cocktails and Asian-inspired dishes are served with a tall order of sass and one little secret: your servers are drag stars.
Nostalgia-inducing soda pop is the drug of choice at this modern 'apopthecary,' from alarmingly red strawberry Ski soda to Capone's Black Cherry soda.
For a flashback to the Old West, turn inland on Rte 84, and go 1 mile to the San Gregorio General Store on Stage Rd – watch carefully or you’ll miss it. It’s a classic old emporium catering to local farmers and ranchers, who drink booze at the counter.
If it’s hoops you must have, then it’s the Warriors for you. This team has a long history, starting in Philadelphia in 1947. In 1962 it moved to San Francisco and played in the Cow Palace as the San Francisco Warriors. In 1971 the team moved across the bay and has played at the Oakland Arena (next to the Coliseum) ever since, as the Golden State Warriors.
If you’re here on a weekend, don’t miss the Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society and its stellar salon-style jazz, classical and world-music concerts at Douglas Beach House. This is where locals hang. Performances start in the late afternoon. Kids welcome, but if they’re fidgety sit outside. Drinks and finger foods are available, or bring a picnic.
<strong>SHN</strong> hosts touring Broadway shows.
The glorious 1932 War Memorial Opera House is home to the San Francisco Opera and the San Francisco Ballet .
SF's finest monthly drag throw-downs at DNA, hosted by legendary dragmother Heklina.
Parties, fundraisers, power lesbian mixers.