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When you're visiting a city and the sun goes down, what's the first thing you want to know? "What's there to do tonight, where should I go?" Look no further.The San Francisco Bay Area abounds with concerts, shows, theaters, sports events, symphony, opera, dance clubs, supper clubs, and dive bars. If it's nightlife you're after, check out all the possibilities in our comprehensive entertainment guide.

     
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  • East Village Coffee Lounge DETAILS
    • East Village Coffee Lounge
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    • Monterey, California
      East village coffee lounge is the proof that Monterey can have a cool local coffee house that's comfortable, stylish, features locally produced food, and art and serves as a meeting place for the community. Friends rendevous, business meetings transpire, strangers meet, and art and events just happen at The Lounge... more» 
  • Paper Wing Theatre Company DETAILS
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    • Monterey, California
      Paper Wing Theatre Company provides entertainment where questions of justice, morality, and humanity can be explored. We choose plays that challenge our moral and social consciences, inviting our audiences to be provoked, challenged, and stimulated. We maintain that live theatre is not a provider of answers, but an invitation to query. .. more» 
  • Sausalito Seahorse DETAILS
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    • Sausalito, California
      On the edge of the old Marin ship docks, in the real working port of Sausalito with its bustling boatyards, sail marker halls, craftsmen,s workshops and commercial fishing gear, just a walk from the original houseboat community, you will find a sea salt weathered building overlooking Richardson Bay and Angel Island. .. more» 
  • The Crepe Place DETAILS
    • The Crepe Place
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    • Santa Cruz, California
      Gary and Marlene Keeley opened the Crepe Place in February 1973, in a small building at the corner of Ocean St. and Soquel in Santa Cruz. The restaurant was so tiny that only ten people, if they were close friends, could be seated at one time. The food was unique to Santa Cruz; few had heard of crepes, fewer still had enjoyed them. .. more» 
  • The Hippodrome DETAILS
    • The Hippodrome
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    • Monterey, California
      While it is common for nightclubs to enjoy three, four or even ten years of success it is a rarity for a club to survive and thrive for almost thirty years in the same location. The Hippodrome is one of these rare breeds that has stood the test of time proudly. .. more» 
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