18 and Up Clubs Bay Area.
1. Watch a movie at Balboa Theatre
Established in 1926, Balboa Theatre is one of the very last neighborhood theatres of the city which is still surviving. It was designed by renowned architects James & Merritt Reid and was renovated after a fire. Nowadays, it is a part of the local theatre chain named CinemaSF, owned and run by San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation. Enjoy the modern movies in a vintage setup, if it is your birthday, you can enjoy them for free. Delicious popcorn, tea, and coffees, ice-cream, and hotdogs are also available inside. You can enjoy any of the 8pm shows such as comedy nights, musicals or dance shows.
Address: 3630 Balboa St, San Francisco, CA 94121, United States
Website: Balboa Theatre
2. Enjoy coffee or cocktails at The Jeda at Long Now
Visit this unique cafe cum bar famous for its coffee as well as cocktails. Marina Boulevard of San Francisco welcomes you during the lovely evening and late evening hours at The Selang antara at Long Now. It has an interesting décor, consisting of a floor-to-ceiling library and an ambiance of a space station. Basically, it is a combination of a museum, coffee shop, and a bar. Enjoy a quiet conversation with a cup of coffee or learn more about their 10,000-Year Clock over their signature cocktails.
The Jeda at Long Now
Address: Landmark Building A, 2 Marina Boulevard, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, United States
Website: The Interval at Long Now
Opening hours: Sat – Sun: 1pm – 9pm; Wed – Fri : 4pm – 9pm (closed on Mon & Tue)
3. Experience fine dining at Waterbar Restaurant
Dine with a view of Bay Bridge at Waterbar Restaurant. It is famous for seafood, especially oysters. There is an indoor dining area and an outdoor patio. The indoor dining area has floor-to-ceiling circular aquariums and huge glass windows. The outdoor patio is located just in front of the water, with a direct view of the bay, Bay Bridge, Treasure Island, and the skyline of SF. It is also dog-friendly, in case you don’t want to leave your furry baby behind.
Address: 399 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94105, United States
Website: Waterbar Restaurant
Opening hours: 12pm – 9pm (daily)
4. Go 10-pin bowling at Lucky Strike
An experience of bowling comes with delicious meals and a choice of drinks at Lucky Strike. It is an entertainment facility that has massive space for bowling, billiards, and other games, along with bars and comfortable lounges. There are private and semi-private lounges with bowling lanes. The private Green Room Suite has a vintage décor with two bowling lanes, plush lounge seating, and an optional private bar. The tunas-private bowling suite with four state-of-the-art bowling lanes is for a slightly large group. The Einstein Lounge is for the largest group, it has facilities for billiard, trivia, and other games. After a tiring game, if you are thirsty, there are the main kafetaria and a cocktail bar to offer you a huge selection of drinks. Note that at night a 21+ policy comes to play.
Address: 200 King St, San Francisco, CA 94107, United States
Website: Lucky Strike
Opening hours: 11am – 12am (daily)
5. Get a unique experience at PanIQ Escape Room
Indulge in an adventure of a lifetime at PanIQ Escape Room with your peers. Your main objective is to solve the puzzles before the allotted time is finished. You can choose different games, like in ‘The Red Wire’ you got to play the part of MI5 agents, where you have to search for a foreign spy before he can attack the city. If you love the world of magic, you must prove yourself worthy of the greatest powers at the ‘Wizard Trials’. Put your brain to full use and solve the mysteries with your buddies before retiring to a peaceful sleep.
PanIQ Escape Room
Address: 2146 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States
Website: PanIQ Escape Room
Opening hours: Wed – Sun: 2:30pm – 11pm (closed on Mon & Tue)
Price: 34 USD
6. Tee off at Urban Putt
Urban Putt: Where mini-golf reaches its full potential.
Posted by Urban Putt on Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Imagine going to an upscale restaurant to play golf? In the city of San Francisco, there is a restaurant with a miniature golf course. Located in the heart of the city, Urban Putt is a full-fledged restaurant with an indoor miniature golf course. The 14-hole miniature golf course has interactive kinetic sculptures which create an artistic outlook. Start your evening at the clubhouse on the second floor to enjoy the delicious food and cocktails. This can be followed by a late evening game before you call it a night.
Address: 1096 S Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States
Website: Urban Putt
Opening hours: Sat: 11am – 2am; Sun: 11am – 12am; Mon – Thu: 4pm – 12am; Fri: 4pm – 12am
Price: 14 USD
7. Experience live events at Oracle Park
If you are in the mood of catching up on a game of baseball while visiting San Francisco, you must head towards the South Beach neighborhood. Oracle Park stands along San Francisco Bay, with a nice view of the surrounding. It is the home of the San Francisco Giants, the Major League Baseball team of this city. If you are lucky, you can see them playing. However, for nighttime activities, do keep an eye out for the events hosted here.
Address: 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107, United States
Website: Oracle Park
8. Take a sunset cruise (from USD 80.0)
The best time to visit San Fransisco Bay is during the time of dusk. Take a sunset cruise in a luxurious catamaran to see the sun going down. Sail past Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island in your trip of one and half hours. You will get to meet sea lions and the other wildlife during the sail. The San Francisco city skyline looks mesmerizing while the sunset adv lewat the Pacific Ocean steals the show.
San Francisco Bay Sunset Cruise, Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge
1 hour 30 minutes
9. Hit the dance floor at the Temple Nightclub San Francisco
There is no shortage of nightclubs if you want to hit the dance floor at San Fransisco. You can visit Temple Nightclub, a multi-level nightclub with huge dance floors. The main room has the capacity of hosting around 750 people at a time. It has box suites and mezzanine tables above the dance floor. The lower level is called LVL 55, and it is designed for an intimate nightclub experience. The sound systems, LED lights and the entire setup is to offer you a unique nightlife experience of a lifetime.
Temple Nightclub San Francisco
Address: 540 Howard St 1st floor, San Francisco, CA 94105, United States
Website: Temple Nightclub San Francisco
10. Keep yourself entertained at The San Francisco Dungeon
Take a trip down to the historical past through an hour-long show at The San Francisco Dungeon. Each show is curated with amazing special effects, a 360-degree set, and enacted by extremely talented actors. You have to take a trip through the dungeon, where you are to be guided by extremely professional actors. Some of these rides are The Descent, Gold Rush Greed, Lost Mines of Sutter’s Mill, Streets of San Francisco, The Court of San Francisco, The Ghosts of Alcatraz, Chinatown Plague. There are no supernatural characters present, just the real-life San Francisco characters will take you through the dark past.
The San Francisco Dungeon
Address: 145 Jefferson St Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94133, United States
Website: The San Francisco Dungeon
Meet San Francisco after sundown
After sundown, another world reopens in the heart of San Francisco. There are lots of choices for things you can do in the evenings or nights, especially if you are an adult. Take a cruise to appreciate the beauty of the Pacific Ocean, enjoy a stunning view of Golden Gate Bridge, or dance till dawn, you will never run out of choices.
Trip101 selects the listings in our articles independently. Some of the listings in this article contain affiliate links.
18 and Up Clubs Bay Area