The 15 Best Dance Spots In San Francisco

The 15 Best Dance Spots In San Francisco

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Break out your best moves at a late-night dance club, learn some new ones at a studio, or check out a performance in San Francisco.

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    SF Weekly's Best of Winner 2012 - Reader's Poll - BEST DANCE COMPANY -- SF Weekly via Foursquare
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    This place is small intimate, and has pretty good acoustics, easy to get to and pretty inexpensive drinks, arrive an hour early if you want to sit down for the show, but why would you want to do that? -- Jared Zimmerman via Foursquare
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    Really beautiful studios! Amazing place for dance and photo shoot. The staff is really friendly! -- Bérenger via Foursquare
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    80s' night on Thursday is super fun to go with a group of friends and dance. -Laurine Wickett, Top Chef -- Bravo via Foursquare
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    The drinks menu stretches back all the way to the 1600s, when punch was first popularized by rum-swilling, scurvy-avoiding sailors. Drinking your way to the present is the only way to honor the past. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Pink Mammoth Safe Six w/ DJs Gravity, Jonathan W, Markie B, Moe Moe & Derek Hena,$6 with RSVP/Ages: 21+, 2/5/10 @ 9:00 PM; If you like awesome DJs DON'T MISS THIS SHOW!!! Click the link below 4 tix! -- GreenShoelace GSL via Foursquare
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    “Upstairs at DNA Lounge” no longer means go to DNA Lounge and go upstairs. Look for the *separate entrance* to the left of DNA Pizza, or else you might accidentally pay the cover for the main room. -- Liz D. via Foursquare
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    If you've danced for a long time this place feels like *home* from the streaky windows and stacked barres to the slight smell in the carpet and tape peeling from the dance floors. -- Whitney R. via Foursquare
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    What a great venue -- small and intimate, but large enough that you'll get the occasional last minute show from a big name. Be sure to get on their mailing list to get last minute concert updates. -- Daniel Salinas via Foursquare
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    Founder Agostino Giuntoli left Tuscany, Italy in 1922 at the age of 19 and sailed to America. He spent five years working his way to San Francisco and found a job as janitor at the famed Palace Hotel. -- Mazda via Foursquare
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    Saturday: The Melvins - Check out The Melvins this weekend and get ready for some heavy-duty tuneage. ($21; 8 p.m.) -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Audition central for summer intensive programs. Not much of a waiting area. Head around the corner to Arlequin Cafe's patio. -- James H via Foursquare
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