Piano Fight / San Francisco

144 Taylor St at Eddy St San Francisco 94102
+1 415-816-3691
Opening Hours
Wed, Thu 17:00 - 00:00
Fri, Sat 17:00 - 00:20
average 2995 votes
Critic Reviews @ Piano Fight
Sketch Comedy Venue PianoFight Finds Home on Sketchiest Block in SF
Sketch Comedy Venue PianoFight Finds Home on Sketchiest Block in SF The Tenderloin will soon offer a new spot to eat, drink and laugh your face off. Diners and theatergoers are about to have a reason to head to what's considered one of the Tenderloi ... continue Eater SF
Tips from the Net @ Piano Fight
Antonio Morales
They have great weird, independent plays in the two theaters almost on a weekly basis. But the one you HAVE to check out is the magician David Gerard, no words can describe how awesome his shows are Foursquare - December 2017
Quinn Andreychuk en
Everything in your life is worth experiencing for yourself. Stop basing decisions off other peoples! Go find out for yourself, lest you die a reflection of someone else’s life. GooglePlace - November 2017
Loretta Janca en
Love the vibe, the food, the bar and the interesting theatre offerings. Only downside is location which requires running the gauntlet of Tenderloin's worst street life. But that's OUR fault as a community, not PianoFight's! GooglePlace - October 2017
Carrie Looney en
A true SF treasure - a place to see fresh talent and up-and-comers for $20 or less, typically. I've seen some awesome shows here. Drinks and food in the bar, with some live music, before the show. GooglePlace - October 2017
Michelle Pickering en
Although the bartender was awesome and club owner was cool, 3 or 4 performers from one of their comedy acts actually came off stage and kicked my friend out of the club for whispering to me during the NOT very funny show. Some jerk in the audience was being rude to my friend so we told him to back off and he must have known the guys performing. It was traumatizingly awful and completely unwarranted. There is a certain culture in SF of white entitled hipster pricks from wealthy families that think they are better than everyone which pretty much describes the vibe there. No thank you. GooglePlace - September 2017