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Slim's

San Francisco, CA
Slim's is a cozy yet spacious live music nightclub with an enchanting New Orleans vibe. Located in the heart of San Francisco's SOMA district, this eclectic venue has hosted some of the biggest names in Blues, Zydeco, R&B, Jazz, Metal, Pop, and more. The space consists of an open floor, a large bar, a performance stage, and a small balcony with table seating. Slim's is available for private rentals for all occasions including weddings, product launches, concerts, parties, and promoter events.
Slim's is a cozy yet spacious live music nightclub with an enchanting New Orleans vibe. Located in the heart of San Francisco's SOMA district, this eclectic venue has hosted some of the biggest names in Blues, Zydeco, R&B, Jazz, Metal, Pop, and more. The space consists of an open floor, a large bar, a performance stage, and a small balcony with table seating. Slim's is available for private rentals for all occasions including weddings, product launches, concerts, parties, and promoter events.
333 11th Street San Francisco, CA, 94103
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Reviews

  • Brad Arsenault 319 days ago

    Pasta sisters was sooo great. I got two different pastas, the tagliatelle and the salmon cream. Since I saw so many rave reviews about the tagliatelle I thought it would be the best.. it was good but the salmon cream really took the cake.

  • Patrick Sandalwood 469 days ago

    Small venue but probably the most laid back I've ever been to

  • Anthony Maples 491 days ago

    4.5 rating is unbelievable for this place . "Limited seating" is way too generous. The venue holds over 300 guest-standing room, and there are only 40 to 50 seats in the balcony. Half of them were reserved . After standing in line for an hour it was miserable to stand shoulder to shoulder for another 2 hours for mediocre talent. No fun.

  • Christopher Nielsen 500 days ago

    Slim's is a great live music venue. They book excellent artists in an intimate venue.

  • Nick Busscher 550 days ago

    Fairly basic concert venue, attended the Lee Fields show here, which was great! Bar service was decent and they had free ear plugs (forgot to bring them). The sound for the opener was very bad (weird delay/bad mix), luckily the sound for the main show was better. We were standing near the front, there are some seats in the back, but you will need to get in very early if you want to sit, and it's far away from the stage.

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