San Francisco, CA 94117
- Sun, Sat 2pm-2am, Mon-Fri 7pm-2am
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SF Weekly's Description
Located across the street from Amoeba Records - making it nice and convenient for music fans of all stripes - Milk has reimagined itself as the Upper Haight's primary venue for live rock, with frequent shows featuring some the best local indie bands. The front room glows with the creamy white walls one might expect from the club's name, while the rear stage area dims the atmosphere considerably with black walls and minimalist lighting.
Tips from foursquare
See great local artists preform here.
Go on smiths night!
they do NOT stock Campari.
Go to The Queen is Dead...Smiths\Moz night with also lots of Brit Pop\New Wave and More!!!!
Not open on Monday's. Usually the haughty type of crowd. Plays mainly punk, rock and hip hop (2 of 4 petals via Fondu)
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