Party Haus

PHOTOS: San Francisco Gets “Fresh” One Last Time

Let’s face it, after ten years on the San Francisco circuit scene, Fresh, the long-running dance party at otherwise hetero club Ruby Skye, was getting close to having to rename itself. The monthly Sunday-night bash bowed out gracefully over President’s Day weekend with one final blowout.

Click through for photos from the final Fresh party at Ruby Skye

Photos via David Wong

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  • The Real Mike in Asheville

    Sure brings back the memories of the old I-Beam in the Haight, with their Sunday Tea Dance for the gay boys (I-Beam had straight clubs for the other nights).

    Interestingly, in the photos showing perhaps 100 different guys, there is shown but 1 guy in pic 15 sporting a tattoo — but no others! And hardly any earrings and no exposed body piercings! A new trend?

  • Spike

    Looks like a bunch of Weho boys with an extra helping of asian!

    Apparently shaving all of ones body hair is in fact alive and well in SF.

  • zebrasf

    I will miss Fresh. I hope it reincarnates itself in some form down the road. People still talk about missing Universe. . .

  • Yuk Suie

    The better parties in SF that night were set up elsewhere, yet this is and has always been for the young and asain party boys ( hence why you see no body hair ). They’ll find some other venue for their monthly outings no doubt

  • Aiden

    Where are these Asians everyone is talking about I counted four. In any case I’ll take the #15.

  • dsp

    @Aiden: You have a fight on your hands…He’s mine!

  • Aiden

    @dsp: OH no. You can have one of the white boys, I called him first.

  • TMY510

    These are the pix at the beginning of the event. Can we get some pix of how they looked afterwards?

  • dsp

    @Aiden: Them be fighting words! Bring it on! lolz but you are right…you called it first, i’ll just take all the rest!

  • Aiden

    @dsp: Thank you. :)

  • DB

    I’ve lived in San Francisco for 6 years and have never heard of this event (until now).

  • MikeyM

    Why did they stop doing it?

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