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Arts + CultureNightlifeJoin us this Friday for a sneak peek at...

Join us this Friday for a sneak peek at the new STUD!

Celebrate the return of a San Francisco legend with 48 Hills: Drinks, dancing, DJs, and of course a little drag.

After four years of searching, legendary 58-year-old LGBTQ+ bar The Stud has found a new home + 48 Hills wants to give you a sneak peek before the official grand opening party later in April.

All are welcome, tell your friends! Drinks! DJs! Dancing! Drag! And more surprises in store as we celebrate two great local, independent, and historic institutions. Just announced: pop-up drag numbers by legendary queens Dulce de Leche and Mary Vice and music by classic Stud and EndUp DJ Rolo!

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We will also be celebrating 48 Hills co-founder, Stud co-owner, and local nightlife maven Marke B’s faux-50th birthday. (COVID delayed his real one, and he vowed to celebrate when the Stud’s new location opened.) So come see the new Stud and spank an old one

1123 Folsom near 7th Street, SF is the new location, we can’t wait for you to check it out!

This is a benefit to keep SF’s only daily, independent, progressive online news and culture source—48hills.org. Entrance is sliding scale $20-$40 (NOTAFLOF). Better yet, sign up for a $20 monthly donation and tell us at the door! Or sign up for one at the door and help us thrive!

Members of the collectively owned business, the Stud, outside 1123 Folsom Street in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2023. The location will be the new home of the Stud, the city’s oldest gay bar. Photo by Santiago Mejia for SF Chronicle.

48 Hills welcomes comments in the form of letters to the editor, which you can submit here. We also invite you to join the conversation on our FacebookTwitter, and Instagram

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