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Best of the Bay 2019: Arts & Entertainment winners

Best DJ, Best Live Music Venue, Best Arts Festival, Best Drag Show, Best Dance Company, and more

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48 Hills is proud to host the 44th edition of the Bay Guardian Best of the Bay! Congratulations to all the winners, and thank you to the thousands of readers who voted this year. See more categories at www.48hills.org/bestofthebay

BEST MOVIE THEATER
CASTRO THEATRE
429 Castro, SF.
www.castrotheatre.com

BEST MUSEUM
SF MOMA
151 Third St., SF.
www.sfmoma.org

BEST ART GALLERY
HAIGHT STREET ART CENTER
215 Haight, SF.
www.haightstreetart.org

BEST DANCE COMPANY
RAWDANCE
www.rawdance.org

BEST THEATER COMPANY
SF NEO-FUTURISTS
www.sfneofuturists.com

BEST PERFORMANCE SPACE
PIANOFIGHT
144 Taylor, SF.
www.pianofight.com

BEST ARTS FESTIVAL
LITQUAKE
www.litquake.org

BEST RECORD LABEL
RATSKIN RECORDS
www.ratskin.org

BEST BAND
THE SAM CHASE & THE UNTRADITIONALS
www.thesamchase.com

BEST DJ
DAVID HARNESS
www.davidharness.com

BEST LIVE MUSIC VENUE
THE CHAPEL
777 Valencia, SF.
www.thechapelsf.com

BEST NIGHTCLUB
DNA LOUNGE
375 11th St., SF.
www.dnalounge.com

BEST QUEER NIGHTCLUB
THE STUD
399 Ninth St., SF.
www.studsf.com

BEST DANCE PARTY
NON STOP BHANGRA
www.nonstopbhangra.com

BEST QUEER DANCE PARTY
SWAGGER LIKE US
www.swaggersf.com

BEST JAZZ CLUB
BLACK CAT
400 Eddy, SF.
www.blackcatsf.com

BEST TRIVIA NIGHT
BIG QUEER PUBQUIZ
www.facebook.com/bigqueerpubquiz

BEST KARAOKE
THE MINT
1942 Market, SF.
www.themint.net

BEST DRAG SHOW
MOTHER AT OASIS
298 11th St., SF
www.oasissf.com

BEST DRAG QUEEN
JUANITA MORE
www.juanitamore.com

BEST BURLESQUE
HUBBA HUBBA REVUE
www.dnalounge.com

BEST COMEDY VENUE
THE PUNCHLINE
444 Battery, SF.
www.punchlinecomedyclub.com

BEST COMEDIAN
NATO GREEN
www.natogreen.com

BEST OPEN MIC NIGHT
THE RIPTIDE
3639 Taraval, SF.
www.riptidesf.com

BEST STRIP CLUB
THE GOLD CLUB
650 Howard, SF.
www.goldclubsf.com

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