Welcome to WISH Bar and Lounge, where House music has a home. Located on the western edge of San Francisco’s SOMA district, WISH is a New York style lounge featuring the best local House music DJ’s in an intimate environment. Situated in a 1920’s concrete building once used as an iron forge, WISH has transformed this high-ceilinged 1500 square foot space into a sexy den of wood, leather, red velvet, and glowing candles.
WISH is the ideal spot to have a drink with yourself or a significant other, to meet colleagues for Happy Hour, or to just meet up. We love helping you celebrate your birthday or any other special occassion. Most table reservations are accommodated without a bottle service requirement, although we have a very competitive bottle service program available for your convenience.
WISH has received many accolades, including World’s Best Neighborhood Bar by 7x7 Magazine, Best Happy Hour Bar by San Francisco Magazine, and is rated 4 stars on Yelp. There is something about WISH you have to feel to understand, maybe this is why so many people have met at WISH and have married. Here are a couple of full Yelp reviews by a few of our exuberant fans:
When you WISH upon a bar
Makes no difference who you are!
Any drink your heart desires
Will pour for you.
If your heart is on your sleeve
They won't tell your ass to leave
Cheery folk are welcome here
They're chee-ry, too.
WISH is kind
It pours for those who drink
Spirits, beers, you're right to think
But popcorn, tooooo...
Like a bolt out of the blue
WISH steps in and sees you through
When you wish upon a bar
Your drinks pour true!
You know when you walk into a bar and instantly fall in love? When you want to run and meet up with said bar in a wheat field and bestow it with kisses and whisper sweet nothings in its ear under a sycamore tree and then carve your names in a heart shape on its bark (Wish + Jeremy = Forever)? Well, I had one of those experiences last night.
I love your red candlelight.
I love your Frankie something Hefeweizen.
I love your attractive female bartenders.
I love your Asian man break dancing in the back by himself.
I love your black square tables and cozy couches.
I love your DJ spinning swanky tunes.
I love your moderate size.
I love you WISH.
When a 12-year old Japanese boy hears that if you make a wish at the exact time two bullet trains pass it comes true, he gathers his friends for a trip to the magical spot so he can wish for his broken family to be reunited. Sweet and minor, made with obvious love and care, but my unfulfilled wish was that the film would dump two or three of its meandering subplots and end about 30 minutes sooner.