Portfolio magazine says party is on … again in San Francisco.
Slide, an unmarked club near the Clift Hotel, is partially owned by Friendster founder Jonathan Abrams. Mighty and Vessel are two other nightclubs where Web 2.0 companies’ finest, or at least most ambitious, can be found lounging about to thumping house music. Too old—or too proud—to subject yourself to the once-over by a bouncer? Coffee shops provide a more egalitarian mingling space. Ritual Coffee Roasters, in the Mission District, is practically a conference room for local dot-com employees, while venture capitalists mainline their caffeine at cozy Café Lo Cubano, in Laurel Heights.
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