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Minna Street Gallery - 27 Reviews - 111 Minna St, San Francisco, CA - Activities Reviews - Phone (415) 974-1719

Minna Street Gallery

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111 Minna St (at 2nd Street)
San Francisco, CA 94105
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(415) 974-1719
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Best

111 Minna hosts the very first CLUB 1992 this Saturday! As 111 Minna is one of Sf's HOT night life spots I am very proud to be introducing it's new great dance night happening TH...

Worst

111 Minna could possibly be the worst bar in San Francisco. My night there consisted of a long line at the door, rude workers, snobby people who think they are fashionable, and a...

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111 Minna 6/8/2006

I like 111 Minna because it is different from any other place I've been. It is a huge art gallery that always seems to have amazing photography, collage, painting, etc. on display. But Minna is also a nightlife spot, with two bars and live djs. The combination seems strange, but I like it. Its nice to have a nightlife spot that is artistic and creative rather than sleazy. more

Classic SF!!!! 10/14/2005

I’ve been going to 111 for the last 10yrs. Can’t say enough good stuff about the place. It's been a hub of the art and music scene in SF since before I started going. They host all sorts of events: films, art openings, djs, bands, you name it. It’s constantly changing, and different every night of the week. Some nights are off the hook, and other nights are totally chill. If you show up on a packed night and it can be hard to get a drink Other nights are mellow and you can visit with the staff, who have been there for YEARS. (Getting to know the staff on slower nights can make it easier to get a drink when it’s packed- shhhhh!!! The ONE jerk that WORKED there is GONE!) Check their website or call to see if the vibe du jour is what you’re looking for... more
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Editorial

  • A red door (and no sign) marks the entrance of this slightly hidden (but no secret) spot. The large, industrial space is offset by two rooms: one for dancing, with a giant dragonfly hanging from the ceiling; the other more casual, with sofas and ottomans. Both feature bars, DJ stations, hardwood floors and are rife with paintings, photographs and art installations. The concrete walls give off a city-warehouse feel, while the crowd is the definition of urban-intellectual cool.

  • 10/10/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Bar: Wed 5pm-10pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, American Express, Visa, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central East, South Beach
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