Docs Lab San Francisco, Guide & Review
Docs Lab is San Francisco’s venue showcasing music, comedy, and literary events serving Creative Northern California Cuisine, and Craft Cocktails. Quite literally underground, Doc’s plays host to live performances showcasing local talent from comedy to music. While relatively new to San Francisco’s nightlife scene, Docs Lab made a fantastic impact while it was around. Although there was plenty of live music performed there, Docs Lab was first and foremost a comedy club, and it was damn good at that.
With fare that far surpasseses what you’d find at an average entertainment venue (Shrimp ceviche, tomatillo-braised pork tacos and a classic cocktail menu to match, it’s definitely a one stop shop for an evening out. If you happen to plan a night out on Wednesday, you’ll find free jazz live music. Doc’s Lab cuisine, culture, community Doc’s Lab is a versatile subterranean performance venue located at 124 Columbus Avenue between Jackson and Pacific on the western edge of the Jackson Square Historic District – a neighborhood with a long history of food and entertainment dating back to the Barbary Coast Era of the Gold Rush.
The thoughtfully designed wine list and artisan cocktails complement Deering’s menu. The basement originally housed a dance hall, then the legendary comedy and music venue. Great venue for music downstairs, good drinks, good service, decent menu, surprisingly cheap drinks, clean restrooms, lots of seating options, excellent food, artisan cocktails, awesome live music, live acts, and nice large tap water available.
Overall it’s a great venue for music and drinks. Stop by for sure if you’re in North Beach looking for live music. Highly recommended for an amazing experience in San Francisco.