From Chinatown to the Mission, there are many distinct and famous neighborhoods in San Francisco. The rest of the week, the Wild Side is a great spot for a laid back evening beer. Although billed as a lesbian bar, you'll find all types here, especially on their popular decks. From Name. Expect a mostly 20s and 30s clean-cut bunch but relatively little attitude. While the walls are as cluttered with kitsch as those at any T. Guys with tats and piercing, bears and cubs etc.
But you'll also find a smattering of gay hangouts along Polk Street San Francisco's earliest gay 'hoodin the Mission, and in other parts of the city.
His snazzy restaurant near Fisherman's Wharf is an ideal destination to celebrate a special occasion, and savor some truly outstanding contemporary cuisine - seasonally inspired fare like risotto with rock shrimp, Dungeness crab, shimeji mushrooms, and asparagus; and branzini fish with fennel puree, Nicoise olives, and a saffron-orange emulsion; and lemon-pepper duck breast with duck hash, bacon-braised endive, and huckleberry bordelaise. So does every patron in there, because it is they who coined that mean-sounding nickname for their own long-time hangout. Fag Fridays are a must for many young scenesters, and many devotees swear by the Sunday "Church" T-Dances, which commence at 6 a.
Lone Star Saloon draws a similarly hirsute crowd to The SF Eagle, but is slightly less wild than its counterpart a few blocks away.