Party Like it’s Friday! Noc Noc!

Noc Noc

Noc Noc Exterior

When my friend told me he wanted to meet up at Noc Noc, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. I didn’t think anything of it until I started asking around to see if anyone I knew had been there before. I started to get really excited.

I wanted to know what this cave-like burningmanesque bar located in the Lower Haight that only served beer, wine, and sake was all about.

Noc Noc

The cave-like interior has crazy cool flourescent tribal paintings all over its walls. Most of the furniture can be standalone art pieces. I really enjoyed the atmosphere.

Noc Noc Interior

The music was bumping and the DJ was playing some really good tracks. (Last night, and every Tuesday, Todd’s on the turntables.) Although, the music did seem to go up in volume bit by bit throughout the night. At one point, my friend and I realized we were shouting unintentionally. For such a small space, the music did seem inappropriately loud. But, don’t get me wrong. I really dug the music.

The Sequel

All in all, I really liked this place and can see myself going back on a regular basis if I lived in the area. They have happy hour specials every night, 5PM to 7PM with $3 Draught Pints.

They also have an extensive list of beer to choose from and the bartenders are fun folk. Be sure to check out their DJ Schedule and check them out on different nights.

2 Comments so far

  1. troymccluresf on May 7th, 2008 @ 2:59 pm

    Ah, Noc Noc. Training San Francisco’s youth in proper bar culture before they turn 21 and are able to go to *real* bars.

    Well, not really. From what I remember, NN was a pretty cool place, and I should go back to check it out, but the draw of Molotov’s is just too great.

  2. Richard Ault (richard) on May 8th, 2008 @ 3:31 pm

    Jus down the street, Nicky’s BBQ! Sweatiest late night joint in the hood.

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