SAN FRANCISCO, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Since 2005, supperclub has served up San Francisco's most daring dining and nightlife experiences. Risque artists and staff, electrifying performances, and seductive soundtracks entertain guests as they enjoy multi-course feasts while relaxing on supperclub's famous lounging beds.
"We create a different adventure each night for our guests," said General Manager Edme Straver. "It's an exciting mix of fine dining, art, performances, a 3-ring circus, and a great dance club."
In addition to popular events such as "Art Attack," "Bondage Night," and "supperdeluxe," supperclub also features monthly "Inspired Experiences" that are reflected in the continually changing cuisine, decor, entertainment and music.
This year, February's "Aphrodisiacs" featured sensuous aerial performances, Barry White songs, and menus loaded with foods known for their invigorating effects.
March "Institutionalized" included nurses delivering appetizers in over-sized pill boxes, alter egos wrestling on a giant video screen, and a disco remix of Madonna's "Crazy for You."
For April's "Garden of Earthly Delights," living grass covered the main dining room, nymphs and satyrs in garden boots served "Japanese Garden" salads, and a dessert's caramel sauce was poured from a miniature watering can.
"supperclub San Francisco is part Burning Man, part Summer of Love and part Barbary Coast—fun, creative, and a little wild," Straver noted.
Future surprises in 2010 include putting the "art" in artifice during June's "Superficiality," "Once Is Never Enough" in July, and August salutes "Hollywood" with thrills, spills, and a happy ending. supperclub officially turns "Five" in September, October is "Surreal", November reveals "Dark Shadows," and "Purity" is explored in December.
"The unexpected is what makes every evening fun and memorable," added Straver. "For visitors to the city, supperclub is a 'must-see,' 'only-in-San-Francisco' experience."
During July and August, visitors to San Francisco will receive 22.22% off dinners when they show an in-bound airline boarding pass from the last 30 days.
At 657 Harrison Street, supperclub serves dinner Tuesdays – Sundays, and is available for groups and private events. Reservations are recommended: 415-348-0900 or www.supperclub.com.
supperclub San Francisco is a part of a privately held international hospitality and entertainment company headquartered in the Netherlands, and includes restaurants, spirits, music, and more, with supperclub's in Amsterdam, Istanbul, Singapore, San Francisco, and London, and its newest location opening in Los Angeles in 2010.