China Basin & Mission Rock


Out of the city a bit and right on the water, China Basin and Mission Rock nightlife is farther flung, but manages to entice taxis full of the young and the restless, locals entertaining people from out of town or locals from other San Francisco neighborhoods. China Basin may be a place in San Francisco most have never heard of, but give it some time, there's more there than meets the eye. Sure it's a bit barren, but with the lack of residential occupancy, being drunk and obnoxious is much, much easier. The crowds stay later when partying out here, and believe or not, there are places to have a few drinks. Kelly's Mission Rock is by far the most well-known, collecting college kids and those who want sweeping views of the Bay while sipping martinis. Yes, the area needs more, but who can resist a place to be as loud as possible at 2am?

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295 Terry Francois (at Pier 50), San Francisco CA; Tel. 415.495.3099
Jelly's is a different concept in dancing. This dance club is open in the early evening, hosting themed parties such as the Sunday night "Club Havana" and weekly special events.

Mission Rock Café

817 Terry Francois St., San Francisco, California; Tel. 415.626.5355
Part inclusive nightclub and part San Francisco restaurant with epic views of the growing San Francisco skyline and a wide swath of the Bay, Mission Rock Café is a popular haunt for college kids and out-of-towners.


855 China Basin (at Mission Rock), San Francisco CA; Tel. 415.621.2378
Overlooking the Bay, the Ramp is a sprawling outdoor venue packed with umbrella-shaded tables by day and patrons looking to dance under the stars at night. The Ramp also boasts brunch, lunch and dinner menus to keep the party going strong into the night.
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