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118 days ago

I've been here just few times with friends but I always having a great time and they got lots of great drinks.

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738 days ago

Love Japantown. It isn't much, several blocks consisting of many karaoke bars and sushi restaurants, and a mall which is more or less a nice version of a flea market. It works though and is peaceful in its own right. Hotel Kabuki, a Japanese themed hotel is really cool and the Kabuki theatre is nice as well. It was owned by AMC and was almost shut down but is now owned by a private equity group, and it's better and has a cool restaurant on the 2nd floor.

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746 days ago

This is fun- some characters get on stage here. An overall cool vibe as well.

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891 days ago

I went to the Garden of Eden this past weekend. I saw some beautiful girls, in particular Hailey and Kayla. I also got to see Nadia who has got to be one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen. I got my little taste of paradise there! They had a pair of fun filled door guys who were talkative and cracking jokes the entire time I was outside. The girls had a wide range from mostly mediocre to a select group of very good looking girls (like 5-6). I had a great time as I was pulled on stage for my birthday and given my "birthday beatdown". The DJ was hella funny. I think it's a very fun environment and I will be visiting again!!!

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899 days ago

The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco is a world class destination. I've visited the Palace Museum in Taiwan and museums devoted to Asian art in Japan and other nations. No matter where I go, I always end up comparing other collections to San Francisco's Asian Art Museum. And somehow, the Asian Art Museum always comes out on top.

There are several reasons why this museum is a must see:

(1) The collection is diverse. Under one roof you can see exceptional art from India, China, Japan, Cambodia, Thailand, and nearly every other Asian land.
(2) The collection has depth. Rather than one or two representative pieces, the collection has the depth to allow the visitor to trace the development of artistic trends and epochs in Asia.
(3) The collection is rare. Visitors to the museum are treated to some of the oldest and rarest items in any collection of Asian art. For example, the Chinese jade collection includes pieces that can be traced back 6,000 years.
(4) Modern art is also represented. The museum includes exhibits that show the works of contemporary Asian artists, making this a living museum.
(5) There are regular exhibitions of rare and fascinating collections that are well worth the price of admission.
(6) The museum's architecture is clean and open, allowing visitors a comfortable and pleasant space for viewing the collections.

This is a pretty gushing review, but I believe the museum deserves it. There are few places in the world that provide such an interesting collection and present it so well. General admission is $12 with an additional fee if you wish to visit special exhibitions. It's all worth the price.

I would recommend visitors to the museum allocate four hours to properly see everything on display. If you feel like taking a break or having a light lunch, the museum has a nice cafe on site. It too is worth a visit. Enjoy.


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931 days ago

An awesome neighborhood bar. Good prices, generous pours, pitchers. No food but they don't mind if you bring your own (just offer those last slices to the bartender). Darts in back and board games galore. The regulars are pretty great too.

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977 days ago

Good Irish food and spirits. Try the Irish breakfast.

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1003 days ago

Went toCenterfolds last night- a Saturday night. It was fun. Me and my buddy got in for free because I had two free passes that I had from the very first time and I got one this time too because I always end up using my credit card inside the club(not advisable until you really need it because they charge 10% processing fee). It is definitely a nice club with great girls and a clean environment. Girls can be lil pushy sometimes especially when you just enter the club. Fully nude lap dances are expensive and then the tips. It can be a total rip off with some girls so be careful but the girls I tried this time were really nice- don't remember there names. Happy Stripping ;)

Normal Cover free: $30
No Alcohol; Fully Nude club
Closes at 2:00 am

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1016 days ago

My friend had a bachelor party and of course we had to get a stripper. I was a little worried about how the stripper would look but she was a bomb shell. Had a fun night that we will be talking about for a while.

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1050 days ago

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