What are the best underground clubs in San Francisco?

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Katie Sweeney

There isn't much of a club scene in San Francisco. Most city dwellers don't stay out until the wee hours of the morning dancing. Instead San Franciscans like to go out to eat and drink. Thus, there are some fun underground clubs for partaking in a culinary or spirits driven adventure.

Take the Press Club for example. This underground bar feels like an upscale and luxurious wine cave. The Press Club offers a selection of wines from an assortment of local and international vineyards including Paradigm Winery, C. Donatiello Winery, Zuani, and Villa Sandi. They have a tasting menu of delectable nibbles, like duck meatballs, castelvetrano olives stuffed with fromage blanc, and empanadas with pork tinga — that are meant to be paired with wine.

For a different underground dining experience, look to the Stag Dining Group, a well known and popular supper club that has headquarters in an underground radio station. The Phoenix Supper Club also hosts an elaborate underground dinner party that features Champagne, limousine rides, live jazz, and a nine-course meal.

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