Nightlife Guide 2015: After-Hours Clubs to Keep the Party Going

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Remember that time in your eeeearly 20s when you were denied 2am access to The Endup because you'd had a few too many? Now that you're all grown up, join the rest of San Francisco's nightowls at the hoppinest after-hours clubs in town.




If you don’t like the vibe in one of this nightclub's cavernous rooms, just head to the next space—the building actually houses three clubs (Ten15, 103 Harriet, and Pura). You’ll dance all night. // 1015 Folsom St. (SoMa), 1015.com


Beatbox
Another addition to the SoMa-area party circuit, this renovated warehouse hosts live music, DJ dance nights, and art shows. // 314 11th St. (SoMa), beatboxsf.com


The Endup
A destination that stays true to its name, The Endup is widely known as the place to go when all the other parties have died down, staying open frequently until 8 or 9 in the morning. With frequent guest DJs, their large open patio can be quite the early-morning dance party. // 401 6th St. (SoMa), theendup.com


Mighty
There’s no excuse for wallflowers at this dance club that doubles as an art gallery. Mighty’s motto says it all: "It’s slamming yet soothing and swanky yet grooving" (thanks to a powerful sound system, that is). // 119 Utah St. (Potrero Hill), mighty119.com


Public Works
This graffiti-emblazoned nightclub-gallery-studio hybrid draws a lively bunch to its two compact dance floors. Expect a crowd that comes to dance when international superstars and popular locals helm the wheels of steel. Don’t miss the popular Non Stop Bhangra party. // 161 Erie St. (Mission), publicsf.com


Ruby Skye
You’ll be shoulder to shoulder with the gyrating masses at this baroque megaclub where superstar DJs spin. // 420 Mason St., (Tendernob), rubyskye.com


Sparky's Diner
Don’t expect a throbbing bass and EDM, but do expect one of the city’s very few 24-hour diners with all the traditional fried foods you’ll be craving at 4am. // 242 Church St, (Upper Market), sparkys24hrdiner.com


Temple Nightclub
Amid antique Buddha statues, patrons lounge on white couches, and rave on three dance floors in this sensuous, eco-friendly (no, not an oxymoron!) nightclub. // 540 Howard St. (SoMa), templesf.com
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