San Francisco, California

SF Dance Party / Happy Hours

with Dr D.

1 review

Dr D.

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This Experience is first & foremost for FOR PEOPLE COMING TO SF for business / convention / tourism / Asia travel portal who have heard it's a party town, and want to have some RAUCOUS FUN in a SAFE and COMFORTABLE way - but have no idea where to go, how to get there safely etc

Great for GUYS who want to dance around with some very attractive women / MIXED GROUPS into serious dance floor energy / and LADIES - say, cabin crew from Asian airlines - who want a guy to take them around, so they'll be SAFE no matter what happens ;-)

Plus I AM one of the best guy dancers around ... the world ;-)

By the end of the night, you'll feel like you've been in THE BIG LEBOWSKI - only w DANCING instead of bowling

Also good for a Bay Area b-ette party w a little difference :-)


Mainstream clubs, Burner-oriented parties & major street dance events like De-Compression, Howeird - whatever seems to offer the best chance for the most energy on any given night :-)

Have great "carma" - always able to find good parking on the street.

Happy hours start ~ 5 / dance ~ 10.

Whether visiting from out of town, or Bay Area girls seeking some SAFE THRILLS :-), if you like to dress up / feel hot / DANCE, this is it.


Ladies, you already know what to wear - not to mention, how to wear it ;-)

Guys, dark pants, dark sports or suit jacket, but NOT a suit ...

UNLESS it's a happy hour & you're coming from work ... OR it's a "suit and tie theme" dance party ... ;-).

Dark shirt almost MANDATORY, and NEVER a button-down white shirt for a dance party - NEVER. Please. Thank you.

Discounts possible with tie-in to my other Vayable Experiences: BAY AREA ZEN WALK :-) and SOCRATIC SAN FRANCISCO :-)

Yeah, bizarrely enough, it's all the same person ;-)

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What story links my four-&-counting Vayable "experiences": :-) ??? 1) SF DANCE PARTY / HAPPY HOURS 2) SOCRATIC SAN FRANCISCO 3) BAY AREA ZEN WALKS 4) HIGH-QUALITY BARGAIN SHOPPING After a fairly long "lifetime" of focusing on "big issues" -- like the continuous-since-Black Sept 2008 global economic crisis -- I've realized how bad this focus is for my soul :-). Everything is such a mess everywhere - too painful for an old dude like me. So I decided I needed to follow my other - more constructive ;-) - big passions: DANCING in particular, PARTYING in general Hence, my first Vayable experience: SF DANCE PARTY / HAPPY HOURS Much nicer general environment, where the emphasis for me is making it easier for people to HAVE FUN :-) At the same time, in the only good line from Godfather III, re the wretched state of the world today, "every time I think I'm out, they keep pullin' me back in !!!" That is, with the best intentions on their part, lots of people still want to chat - at length / in detail - about all the miserable stuff happening :-). And of course it's still totally fascinating to me, even in its grisly concreteness ;-) But I think it's healthier to discuss in a pleasant environment, preferably walking around Hence, V#2: SOCRATIC SAN FRANCISCO. Old skool - like, REALLY old school ;-) Peripatetic Then I realized the way I usually take these walks - as a meditative experience, where I try to think about my life in a more conscious & direct way than I have before - could ALSO be shared to mutual benefit, albeit mostly in SILENCE Hence, V.3: BAY AREA ZEN WALKS Next to me in Profile Pic is my dear sweet girlfriend JENNY, who deserves MUCH better than me as a boyfriend - tho I don't mean that in the "usual" way ... And I will say that I have helped her acquire a pretty smokin' wardrobe & accessories for PENNIES on the dollar ;-) Hence #4: HIGH-QUALITY BARGAIN SHOPPING Hon AB Harvard, MA / PhD Princeton, faculty @ Duke, Fordham, NC State, UMiami, most recently, graduate education for working adults ... Indie doc film, writer / director talent scout, radio / tv / magazine gigs, founder MA in Media Studies program in SF ... Chief Political Economist for Singapore-based world econ web site ... Yeah, it's all the same person -- and now I've moved to Shanghai ... :-) ... Full profile

1 Review

Roger S.

Our evening with Dr. Dave was wonderful!! We wanted to check out the SF dance/party scene and left the site up to him. What he recommended for us was a private launch party for the Rojas Agency in the Redwood Room at the Clift Hotel. He gave us a link to the organizer’s website so we could add our names to the guest list. Dr Dave met us at the BART station as we had agreed. Before we went to the party he took us on a guided walk around South San Francisco Bay, near Oyster Point. It was a great introduction to the area and gave us time to get acquainted with him and get an overview of the Bay area. He has several walk routes with differing levels of difficulty, depending on how active his clients are. We chose a relatively level walk around the bay. Since he’s lived in SF a number of years he knows the history, sights and people of San Francisco inside and out, so it was a walking history lesson for us. After dinner we headed out to the party. One of the great things about an evening with Dr Dave is that he provides door to door service. His car is only a year or two old so it is very comfortable. When we arrived at the Clift Hotel Dr Dave dropped us at the door while he parked. The line for the event had a hundred or more people in it and it appeared that the wait would be over an hour, although we were on the guest list. This is where booking with Dr Dave paid off! We were waiting in line when he got back from parking his car. He saw us at the end of the line, motioned for us to come to the front of the line and we were inside within 45 seconds! His contacts saved us a long, chilly wait in line. Once we were inside Dr Dave gave us an overview of the venue and the event. We walked around the room while he gave us the history of the Redwood Room. He then left us to enjoy the event, checking back periodically to make sure that we didn’t need anything. It was a perfect introduction to the San Francisco scene. The crowd was glamorous and the people-watching was worth the price of the tour. Take his tour – you’ll love it!!

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