It’s been tumbleweeds inside once hopping Cat Club since The City’s shelter-in-place orders took effect in March and bars, clubs and entertainment venues were ordered to close before being allowed to reopen in limited capacities.

So the SoMa club, once home to such popular nights as New Wave City, Bondage-a-Go-Go and Strange Love, has had to find new ways to thrive in order to survive the post-COVID downturn.

SF clubs mix things up to avoid a last call

Cat Club has put up sponsor plaques marking donations from patrons. (Kevin N. Hume/ S.F. Examiner)

SF clubs mix things up to avoid a last call

Flyers at Cat Club advertise some of its new outdoor programs. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

SF clubs mix things up to avoid a last call

Oasis has launched a drinks, dinner and drag delivery service as one of its revenue-generating efforts. (Courtesy Gooch)

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