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Arts + Culture BEST OF THE BAY 2016: ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT WINNERS

BEST OF THE BAY 2016: ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT WINNERS

Our readers' picks for Best Music Festival, Best DJ, Best Drag Queen, Best Dance Party, Best Literary Night, and more.

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BEST OF THE BAY 2016: ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

BEST MOVIE THEATER

CASTRO THEATRE

429 Castro, SF

www.castrotheatre.com

BEST REP FILM HOUSE

ROXIE THEATER

3117 16th St., SF

www.roxie.com

BEST MUSEUM

SF MOMA

151 Third St., SF

www.sfmoma.org

BEST ART GALLERY

GALERIA DE LA RAZA

2857 24th St., SF

www.galeriadelaraza.org

BEST DANCE COMPANY

ODC

351 Shotwell, SF

www.odcdance.org

BEST THEATER COMPANY

SAN FRANCISCO NEO-FUTURISTS

www.sfneofuturists.com

BEST PERFORMANCE SPACE

TIE

PIANOFIGHT

144 Taylor, SF

www.pianofight.com

Z SPACE

450 Florida, SF

www.zspace.org

BEST FILM FESTIVAL

FRAMELINE

www.frameline.org

BEST ARTS FESTIVAL

OPEN STUDIOS

www.artspan.org

BEST MUSIC FESTIVAL

HARDLY STRICTLY BLUEGRASS

www.hardlystrictlybluegrass.com

BEST BOOK PUBLISHER

CITY LIGHTS

261 Columbus, SF

www.citylights.com

BEST RECORD LABEL

DARK ENTRIES

www.darkentriesrecords.com

BEST BAND

KATDELIC

www.ronkat.net

BEST SINGER-SONGWRITER

SAM CHASE

www.thesamchase.com

BEST DJ

SAKE ONE

BEST LIVE MUSIC VENUE

GREAT AMERICAN MUSIC HALL

859 O’Farrell, SF

www.slimspresents.com

BEST OVERALL NIGHTLIFE VENUE

DNA LOUNGE

375 11th St., SF

www.dnalounge.com

BEST OVERALL DANCE PARTY

BOOTIE SF

www.bootiemashup.com

BEST ROCK CLUB

BOTTOM OF THE HILL

1233 17th St., SF

www.bottomofthehill.com

BEST REGGAE CLUB

DUB MISSION

www.dubmissionsf.com

BEST HIP-HOP CLUB

TRAP CITY

www.trapcitysf.com

BEST JAZZ CLUB

TIE

SFJAZZ

201 Franklin, SF

www.sfjazz.org

YOSHI’S

510 Embarcadero West, Oakl.

www.yoshis.com

BEST SALSA CLUB

CIGAR BAR

850 Montgomery, SF

www.cigarbarandgrill.com

BEST HOUSE/TECHNO CLUB

MONARCH

101 6th St, SF

www.monarchsf.com

BEST LATE-NIGHT DANCING

CAT CLUB

1190 Folsom

www.sfcatclub.com

BEST TRIVIA NIGHT

EDINBURGH CASTLE

950 Geary, SF

www.thecastlesf.com

BEST JUKEBOX

LUCKY 13

2140 Market, SF

(415) 487-1313

BEST KARAOKE BAR

THE MINT

1942 Market, SF

themint.net

BEST OVERALL QUEER PARTY

SWAGGER LIKE US

www.swaggersf.com

BEST GAY DANCE CLUB

OASIS

298 11th St., SF

www.sfoasis.com

BEST DRAG QUEEN

JUANITA MORE

www.juanitamore.com

BEST DRAG SHOW

MOTHER AT OASIS

www.sfoasis.com

BEST BURLESQUE

HUBBA HUBBA REVIEW

www.facebook.com/groups/hubbahubbarevue

BEST COMEDY VENUE

COBB’S COMEDY CLUB

915 Columbus, SF.

www.cobbscomedy.com

BEST COMEDIAN

SHANTI CHARAN

www.shanticharan.com

BEST MAGICIAN

ROBERT STRONG

www.strongentertainment.com

BEST OPEN MIC NIGHT

HOTEL UTAH

500 4th St., SF

www.hotelutah.com

BEST LITERARY NIGHT

LUNADA

www.galeriadelaraza.org

BEST STRIP CLUB

GOLD CLUB

650 Howard St., SF

www.goldclubsf.com

BEST SEX CLUB

EROS

2051 Market, SF

www.erossf.com

BEST PORN STUDIO

KINK

www.kink.com

Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.

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