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Long a home to trannies and queers of all ages, Kimo's has seen its Polk Gulch neighborhood evolve from a druggy hustler hotspot to a nighttime destination that attracts people from both tony Russian Hill and the hipper parts of the Tenderloin. Climb a flight of narrow stairs (the curse of all amp-toting musicians) and you'll find a small but cozy music venue that hosts drag shows, indie bands, and the occasional DJ event. There's nothing fancy about Kimo's, which is actually quite refreshing as the city outside slides towards ever-increasing gentrification.

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