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This smallish Haight Street venue — across the street from SF’s famed Amoeba Music store — has two bars, an elevated stage for DJs, and the occasional live band performance, in addition to glamour mirrors and a dance floor that's usually packed on weekends. If you're coming from downtown via public transit, there are three relatively frequent buses that go up Haight, though from the East Bay, Milk is quite a trek. Always free before 9 p.m.

Hours: Daily 7 p.m.-2 a.m.

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