Bok-fu karate for all ages and skill levels.
This Jack London Square anchor tenant lives up to its claim of world-class jazz; everyone from McCoy Tyner to John Scofield comes by at least once a year, and you can also occasionally catch rising stars and school bands in addition to big-name national acts. The acoustics are marvelous, the sushi is fresh and good, and the grilled calamari is also recommended. Tickets range from $5 for a Sunday afternoon children's matinee (with paid adult admission) to upwards of $100 for a special event. Two shows nightly.
Always dress fly for this trendy Jack London Square hip-hop club. Decked out with a huge dancefloor, two fully-stocked bars, VIP cabanas, a waterfront deck, and windows overlooking the San Francisco Bay, Zazoos bills itself as a Grand Central Station for mingling, a place to see and be seen. KMEL DJ's spin every Saturday from 9:30pm to 1am, wherein local celebrity waxslingers spin hip-hop, reggaetón, R&B, and crunk, usually for a pricey $20 cover, though its pretty easy to snag a $5 VIP pass via Treetop Entertainment (TreetopEntertainment.net). If such razzle-dazzle really isnt your thing, you can always have a fulfilling night chopping it up with the clubs bouncers -- considering Zazoos otherwise-upscale vibe, theyre refreshingly down-to-earth.