Remember those groovy tunes from the mid-'60s? No? Well, neither do we. We weren't born then. However, what with the resurgence of all things non-hippie '60s (due in large part to Mad Men), it's high time you checked out "1964" at Edinburgh Castle.

Happening on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, "1964" is billed as the longest-running '60s club in San Francisco. A for the music? SF Weekly notes, "the Shirelles, the Sapphires, the Poppies, and Martha Reeves and the Vandellas abound. Whether you're tragically hip or completely clueless, once you've tried the handy selection of whiskeys and taken in the sounds, there's no way you won't be dancing with a smile on your face."

1964: Edinburgh Castle, 950 Geary (at Larkin), S.F., free