The Matrix

HAPPY HOUR 5PM - 8PM DAILY
DJS EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY

THE EVOLUTION OF THE MATRIX

1965 
The Matrix opened by Marty Balin as a place for his new band to play - Jefferson Airplane. From that moment on, The Matrix showcased the biggest bands of the 60's. 
 
1967
The Doors recorded “Live at the Matrix 1967” - a double live album, compiled from recordings made at The Matrix. The recording is one of the earliest live recordings of the band known to exist.
 
1972
After being kicked off Sly & The Family Stone's tour – for, according to some, outshining them night after night – Bob Marley and his band the Wailers make their way to San Francisco for two shows at The Matrix.

1973
When The Matrix closed, a nearby bar, "Pierce Street Annex," leased the space and moved in, remodeling once again, and turning it into a nightclub featuring DJs, and no live music. 
 
2000
The PlumpJack Group took over the space and renamed it MatrixFillmore. The ultra lounge concept quickly became the Marina’s go-to nightlife destination, featuring DJs and dancing.
 
2017
MatrixFillmore evolved into The Matrix, a casual neighborhood bar with a fresh vibe that includes bar snacks, draft beer, cocktails and an expanded selection of spirits, plus DJs and dancing on the weekend. 

3138 FILLMORE STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94123

415-598-9922

WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY
5PM-LATE