San Francisco's Nightlife Scene According to Heklina

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In the less than three years since drag legend Heklina opened Oasis in San Francisco, the nightclub has become a mainstay of the city’s thriving and eccentric party scene. It’s easy to see why. Located in the heart of the booming SoMa neighborhood, the charming and intimate space has a lineup of exclusive rotating events, from original drag shows to male reviews to concerts. The venue’s two bars and lounge area make it easy to hang out with friends and take in the show on the dance floor. The rooftop bar has become a hot spot as well. Our friends at Queerty caught up with Heklina, covering everything from how Grindr is changing nightlife to old-school San Francisco steakhouses.

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Legendary Juanita More's take on San Francisco and the Nightlife Scene

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If one person could ever personify the glorious diversity of San Francisco, Juanita MORE! would be as good a candidate as any. The legendary Latin drag queen, party promoter, political activist, DJ, and gourmet chef has been a San Francisco fixture for two decades, enriching the lives of local scenesters while welcoming countless queer visitors to the the City by the Bay at her regular nightlife parties at various locations throughout the city. Our friends at Queerty had a chance to chat with Juanita between walks with her beloved French bulldog, Jackson, as she prepared for her big Halloween event at San Francisco’s Pier 70.

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Experience NightLife at the California Academy of Sciences

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NightLife at the California Academy of Sciences

Every Thursday night, the California Academy of Sciences transforms to a lively venue filled with provocative science, music, creatures and cocktails - as visitors ages 21-plus get a chance to explore the entire museum after dark from 6-10 p.m. with NightLife.

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Late-Night Eats in San Francisco: 13 Places That Do it Right

Late Night Eats

Everyone likes to complain that San Francisco shuts down early, but you’d be surprised how many places serve food after 11 p.m. and into the wee hours.

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A Guide to Wine at Aatxe

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Aatxe

Aatxe is the latest culinary venture from the Ne Timeas restaurant group and their first foray into Spanish Basque cuisine. The food is great but the all-Spanish wine list, which might be the best one you’ll find in the 415, makes the dishes that much better.

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