Formerly the Last Day Saloon, this new higher-tech venue features free wi-fi, an iTunes jukebox, a full bar, table seating on two levels, plus live bands Tuesday through Saturday nights playing jam, rock, jazz, hip-hop, and covers. Open daily at 7 p.m., shows start at 9 p.m. Cover $10 and under. Located in San Francisco's Richmond District.
This intimate venue books national and local bands and comedians: Acts like Mos Def, Dave Chappelle, Ra Ra Riot, Kid Sister, and Elephant Man have performed on The New Parish’s small stage since it opened in January 2010. The club has a balcony, exposed brick walls, a back patio, and barbecue served for late-night munchies.
The new version of Oakland's beloved picture pizza pub for movies, food & drink, and good clean fun.
In addition to screening an eclectic mix of films, from independently made movies to documentaries, the theatre hosts live comedy shows, concerts, poetry readings, and other theatrical performances.
The National Institute of Art & Disabilities is an innovative visual arts center assisting adults with developmental and other physical disabilities. The center's gallery exhibits works by adults who utilize the center.
A gallery and custom framing shop featuring fine art pieces along with framing, printing, and restoration services.
More than a museum, the silent film repository also holds screenings of old movies in its theater.