Bottom of the Hill

5 Reviews

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Paola Hurtado
Oct 19, 2016

Love this place for catching small shows. It's very small and cozy. We also hosted a friend's engagement party here and it was amazing. You can rent the space out on nights they aren't booked for a show for much less than you would pay if you were, say, trying to buy the place out in lieu of a concert. You just have to wait for the next months' calendar to come out and then pick a date they would normally be closed. This calls for super fast party planning, but it's worth it.

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Tiffany Stakem
Sep 11, 2016

Small SF staple of a place to see bands. Very loud. Serve food and have a smoking area in the back. Cash only. ATM next to the front door.

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Robert Boscacci
Jul 20, 2016

Fine ales, excellent acts, low cover charge. Nice backyard patio zone. Wonderful punk rock crowd.

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Mitchell Magner
Aug 7, 2016

Love this venue... Sort of like if the Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA and the Whisky-a-Go-Go in Hollywood,CA had a baby and sent it to live amongst the hippies of San Francisco. In your face intimacy (seriously it is house party close), an outdoors area, and a wicked upstairs "backstage" that I choose to remain mum on.

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Evgeny Semionov
Jun 20, 2016

Good bands usually play here. If you traveling without a car, it might be a problem to walk here from 22nd street Caltrain station: the place is on the bottom of the hill, but you have to walk on the top of the hill before :).