You’re a sophisticated person with a finely cultivated sense of style and music – or at least you want your date to think you are.
This new Tenderloin jazz lounge, attached to the restaurant Cadence, does the trick nicely.
Guests are also expected to follow the "house rules."You can expect to find this Mission District bar's patio packed with people on a sunny day in San Francisco.
The bar recently won a fight with the city's planning commission to keep the patio from being overshadowed by a housing development.
The dim lighting, swanky furnishings, and live jazz set the right ambience, and you can have a cheapish night out here: there’s no cover charge and none of the food options, which include a patty melt and pork-and-shrimp lumpia, cost more than $10.