When looking for a fun dance club in San Francisco, look no further than Love and Propaganda nightclub. With a young and vibrant atmosphere, great bottle service, and friendly staff, you should be able to have a great time.
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The atmosphere is somewhere between glam and party. It might be a little "young" for some tastes but most people will find it absolutely vibrant. There is some great modern art around as well, if you like to be surrounded by luxury. The lighting is great as well, really giving off a dance club mood. All in all, it's like a modern take on a nineties club, and we're loving it.
The venue can feel a bit small, especially when the dance floor is packed. If you like intimate settings and getting to know new people, it's a great choice, though. If you want a little more space then the upstairs bar and lounge are great options as they do not get quite as busy.
If you are determined to dance all night long, the music at this trendy San Francisco nightclub is a great medley of EDM, top 40 remixes, house, and a bit of R&B. Not to everyone's tastes, but definitely great if you want to dance and mingle.
The lounge seating at this trendy nightclub is wonderful, and whether you like to watch from the sidelines or be seated in the middle of all the action, there are a few different options as to tables. They have an outdoor space for smokers, or if you just want to get a breather after a long night out dancing. There is no seating outside, though, it's for short stays and smoke breaks only.
The wait staff are beautiful, smart, and polite. If you reserve a VIP table you know you're going to have a great time. They are very attentive to your every need, and bottle service is great fun, especially if you are seated in or near the dance area and get to see the parade to your table. Well worth it if you love being the centre of attention or want to invite some sexy people to join you at your table. The drinks themselves are OK, but bottle service is definitely better than the cocktails. They have some excellent bottle brands and great attention to detail when serving. If you prefer a range of expertly mixed cocktails you might want to go to a more lounge-themed club, like Temple.
The dress code here is pretty strict. No sportswear, streetwear, distressed clothes, women's pants, flip flops/sandals, sneakers, men's jewellery, etc. Assume you are going to a classy cocktail lounge and you will be prepared.
This hot San Francisco club doesn't open the latest, usually into the early hours of the morning. If you want to party all night long you might want to look at some other options. But if you are happy to call it a night between midnight and two, then there's no harm in choosing this venue.