Most holidays, BotH decorates the fireplace mantle like a shrine, inviting concertgoers to contribute their own curios. By the time the season is over, the altar has been entirely redesigned by the venue's loyal community. Speaking of which, Bottom of the Hill has always been a proponent of the community.
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Easy to park. Great local bands. You can be in the pit or by the bar or away from the action and
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Chosen by Rolling Stone magazine RS as "the best place to hear live music in San Francisco," the Bottom of the Hill presents some of the finest original artists, seven nights a week. Featuring up and coming acts from around the globe as well as in our own backyard, the music spans the spectrum from alternative, rock-a-billy, punk, and hard rock, to folk and funk and pop. The Bottom comes fully-equipped.
Bottom is described as the heart of San Francisco's indie rock scene  and is among the most active venues in the city, usually holding shows seven nights a week. Bottom of the Hill, or "Bottom" for short, has been a live music venue since Tim Benetti opened it in September Unlike many venues, the management also holds all-ages shows and reaches out to younger artists.
On September 6,Potrero Hill nightclub Bottom of the Hill hosted its first rock show, headlined by a now-forgotten band, the Bird Killers. On a stretch of 17th Street where rising rents have pushed out a skate shop, venerable art supply store, record manufacturer, and the auto body shop that once neighbored Bottom of the Hill, the nightclub has managed to survive because its proprietors—Ramona Downey, Kathleen Owen, Lynn Schwarz, and Tim Benetti—own the building. In fact, the two-story Edwardian structure at 17th Street has served Hill residents as some form of restaurant, club, bar, soda fountain, or speakeasy almost without interruption since
The beloved music venue, bar, restaurant, and nightclub, Bottom of the Hillsits where the four corners of Mission Bay, Design District, Dogpatch, and Potrero Hill meet. The Bottom is known for hosting big bands before they became big bands. If you check out their current calendaryou can see that they now have shows almost every single night, and they are usually booked up seven nights a week. And the best news?
Bottom of the Hill, the scrappy little nightclub at a lonely outpost in Potrero Hill, celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. It's an occasion many observers thought would never come when the venue opened in a former neighborhood dive bar at 17th and Missouri streets in But it took just a few years for Bottom of the Hill to establish itself as the heart of San Francisco's indie rock scene - the capacity venue where local and touring acts with small budgets and loud guitars could always feel at home.