Celebrating our thirty-sixth anniversary this year,
DNA Lounge has been one of San Francisco's most popular nightclubs
since 1985, hosting an always-eclectic variety of events,
including all-ages live music, 18+ dance parties, burlesque shows,
lecture series and private parties.
Two stages, four dance floors, seven bars and a full-service
late-night restaurant and cafe!
Most recently declared both "Best Dance Club" and "Best Live Music
Venue" in the SF Weekly Readers' Poll, DNA Lounge has won over 60
"best of" awards from local publications like The Guardian, SF Weekly
and 7x7 Magazine, and has been voted "Best Dance Club" every year
PROOF OF VACCINATION REQUIRED
Because antivaxxers have ruined it for everybody, you will be required
to show proof of full vaccination before entering DNA Lounge: either
your original CDC Vaccination Card (not a copy or photo); or a SMART Health
QR Code, downloadable from
states and networks.
A valid, government-issued photo ID is also required for entry.
You must wear a mask while indoors.
You must now show proof of a
if you are more than 6 months from your first round. As of Jan 31st, you
must also be two weeks past your booster.
Join us at DNA Pizza,
our attached restaurant and cafe, right next door. DNA Pizza is
open late, and we deliver. We specialize in authentic New
York-style thin crust pizza, by the slice or the whole pie.
Vegetarian and vegan slices are always available, and gluten-free
crust is available on request.
We also offer custom deli sandwiches, salads, cocktails, and DNA Lounge's
own house brand of hand crafted, small batch vodka, rum, gin, whiskey and
bourbon: by the bottle for take-out or delivery. See
our menu for options.
Join us in our dining room or parklet before or after your night of
Support DNA Lounge!
Your donation helps ensure that we can continue bringing you the kind
of awesome, eclectic and weird events that you've come to
expect from us! Your donation keeps us independent, and lets us
continue to take chances on the kind of local live entertainment that
makes San Francisco great. Won't you pitch in?