San Francisco, CA 94110
- Daily 10am-2am
SF Weekly's Description
A mellow, laid back watering hole, the 3300 Club touts itself as a true neighborhood bar. On any weekday you can find Slayer, Lynyrd Skynyrd, or Johnny Cash streaming from the jukebox and metalheads and old barflies alike nodding along. This is a no-frills bar where they pour stiff drinks and true margaritas (lime, tequila, and Grand Marnier). Decorated in folk art, the work of a regular, the bar celebrates Americana from eagles and wild deer to Native Americans and Joe Montana. The artist is even permitted from time to time to open the bar. Having contributed most of the artwork around the front room, his masterpieces really reach their potential in the restrooms. In the men's room, positioned above the urinals, there's a coquettish cougar stripping. In the ladies room, however, across from the toilet is a painting of a fence with a peephole and lascivious peering eyeball.
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Monthly open mic with featured poet.