401 6th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415) 896-1095
Phone: (415) 896-1075
Primary Phone: (415) 541-9422
Phone: (415) 357-0827
Fax: (415) 541-9422
Bike Parking: No
Price Range : Average
Alcohol: Full Bar
Outdoor Seating: Yes
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My friends and I thought it was going to be a rave night. We paid 20 each and walked in a couple steps and realized it wasn't rave night, which is what we specifically came for. So we immediately asked for our money back, but they wouldn't give it back. We felt so ripped off that we never came back again. other than that it is actually a cool place.
the end up used to be a hit. these days it is really boring. the cover charge is rediculous, usually 20, if not more. the crowd seems to be mostly hetro/asain gangster ravers. i used to love sunday mornings at the endup. dont bother. instead head over to north beach at 6 am to the purple onion. they have a groovy party without the sketch. great music and crowd $10, awesome location.
09/18/2010Provided by Citysearch -
giving this place a bad review for anything proves what a douche you are.
this clubs stinks, it is tacky, it has crappy drinks, the music even sucks. but thats how its been for nearly two decades and i love it.
the end up is not some swanky modern club it is for old time ravers, queens, trannys, dikes, freaks and the like to get their groove on. even though my hayday at the end up is well past i still pull a retro night now and then and close it and open it a couple hours later just to prove i still can.
01/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I turned 21 not long ago and didn't have a party or did nothing to celebrate it, instead I waited 2 months to go to San Francisco >I'm from Seattle, WA10.00pm< ... I went back to my hotel extremely angry and looked for another place, I ended up going to badlands, had a blast there... but I read so much about the endup that I thought I could not miss it, got on a cab at 2 in the morning... arrived, had to pay 20 bucks to get in... ridiculous right ? .... anyways I got in and walked around a bit to see how the layout was... the dance floor was kinda smalll but didnt mind much about it... there is this area next to the bar that I didn't get... is that some kind of VIP area or what was it ??? then there was a weird sitting place on the back of that and the patio... didnt care for that either.... but what REALLY puzzled me was that I saw many straight asian couples, older ones.........!!! the music was good, but the vibe was just not there, the whole place feels old and dirty unlike badlands where everything seems to be squeaky clean and new.... i felt a couple times like approaching ppl but then a girl woulld come to the guy and start... doing their thing........ soooo i left within an hour and a half.... I know it sounds like a long time but I wanted to see if something good would happen, it didnt.... went back to my hotel super disappointed.... next day I obviously went back...... to BADLANDS that is !!! I'm planning to go back during the pride parade time and I'm kinda of thankful that I ""visited"" this place so that I know where to go and not to recommend it to anyone... GO TO BADLANDS PPL !!!!
06/02/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The EndUp is one of those clubs I had heard about for years before ever stepping foot in. Once I moved to a house a couple blocks away, I knew it wouldn't be long before I experienced the infamous club for myself. What I discovered was a place that soon became my new favorite late night/weekend morning dancing venue--The patio with it's waterfall and fountain, the chill space with it's comfy fur covered couch and warm fireplace. Yes, the people hurling in the garbage can, the long lines for the bathroom with people passed out in the stalls, the aggressive, bug-eyed, sweaty men and the stiletto-heeled women trying to swim in the fountain and hanging their breasts over the balcony certainly made it clear how it had earned it's less-than-pure reputation, but it was actually cool, and I developed a quick affinity for it-- especially when it plays host to some of my favorite parties. However, my experience this last Saturday/Sunday has now made me wonder if the EndUp has finally become just another big money club with a lot of attitude and no soul. The patio was still there, but the comfy, fur covered seating? Gone. In it's place was a sea of ugly, Camel Cigarette brand tables. In fact, the Camel brand was appallingly everywhere, and only showed that the owners have given up style and class for free gear from cigarette companies. New furniture aside, the most disappointing moment came when we left and tried to return 2 hours later in the morning, to find that although the party we had come to support was going on until noon, the folks at the door would be charging us a brand new $20 entrance fee. They insisted it was a ""different"" party, and our stamps had expired at 7am, even though we'd only come back for the end. The nasty woman at the ticket window screeched at us, ""we have to make money too!"" as though we were vermin trying to rip them off despite having spent buckets at the bar all night long. A neighbor and a patron, the EndUp has lost me as a fan.
05/02/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Lets be honest everyone is high at the endup. You go there to do that sort of thing. The club itself is kind of dingy and gross, but when your high, you don't care. The music is good, you can always find a dance partner, even at 8 a.m. on Sat. morning. IMO Sun. mornings are the best time to go. Lots of hot girls and guys are there for the taking. All in all you will either love the endup or hate it. And always remember: everyone ends up at the endup.
09/20/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Going to the End Up is like getting together with family (the ones that you look forward to seeing) My partner Bob and I have been ""hanging out"" at the End Up for many years and although we have recently relocated to Arizona, the End Up will always be the place we feel welcome and loved. If you have never been there, you are missing a chance to experience what San Francisco is all about. It's about being yourself, not being judged by your lifestyle, your skin color, your status or beliefs, but being welcomed as an individual who like everyone else is experiencing the same sense of freedom, acceptance, and bonding through the beat of the music
09/12/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This is the only place to End-UP after a nite of partin'! All my friends N I always hang out here for Drinks, Good Music to chill or to Dance to. The service from the bartenders N the freindly security make this a safe & fun place to be. The outside patio area is GREAT!!! to be able to lounge & socialize out in the sunshine makes it twice as fun!!
09/12/2004Provided by Citysearch -
No matter how long it's been you know the second you walk in your somewhere familiar. The music lures you in and either playing pool, chillin on the patio, or dancing there heart out is someone you recognize... so kick back get a drink and enjoy the music because the DJ's are there for ur- workin it. Most times it happens to get a little crowded but it's worth the good time!!!
05/01/2003Provided by Citysearch -
This is a really great place after all the clubs have closed to go here & dance some more. The have heater lamps to lounge outside & talk to people. Keep in mind that friday is all guys so if your gay go on that night, saturday just a regular old clubbing night
03/03/2003Provided by Citysearch -
The Endup... contrary to previous opinions expressed here... is cheese free. This is the best place to get down in SF. I would recommend Kit Kat over the other nights when you can hear Jellybear or Leonard from In House throwdown. And yes, there are loads of tweakers but hey... that's what makes the party go off after all, no?
01/02/2003Provided by Citysearch -
This place may have a gay history but it's a lot less evident these days, now it's more famous for cheezy house music, so San Francisco is the best place for it. The Back patio makes it a great place to come on sundays in the middle of the day, just relax a little and people watch in the sun. Every now and thene there'll be a good DJ, but there are too many amateurs who just want to be David Harness or Garth (I wish they'd pick better role models). Despite all this, it feels like a good place. Probablty the last honest club in the city, everyone is there to party, rather than to be seen in the right place.