In the last episode, two of the characters supposedly are going to see a band at the Elbo Room, which is an actual real place in SF (for a little while longer, anyway). (You can watch the scene here; fast forward to about 27:20.) This is what the actual Elbo Room, which is on Valencia, looks like:
|Photo via Pinballnews.com, which is a real thing and had the best picture of the Elbo Rom I could find after looking for 35 seconds|
Huh. Not bad, actually! They sorta got the sign font right and even included the corner doorway.
But look at this, down the side of the club:
Can you see the Transamerica Pyramid from Sycamore and Valencia? I don't think you can. Also, guess what, Sycamore Street? You are now served by a cable car! (It's slightly visible lower left, and you can see the tracks there.) DING DING! As all establishing shots in San Francisco must begin, a cable car passes through at the beginning of the scene.
Then it goes from merely inaccurate to absurd. As one of the characters, Crosby, approaches the door, he is searched by a bouncer wearing a headset.
A bouncer wearing a headset. At Elbo Room.
The bouncer reaches into his jacket and pulls out Crosby's "weed."
The idea that the doorman at Elbo Room would (1) search someone's jacket pockets, (2) pull out a baggie of marijuana, and (3) not let the person enter Elbo Room carrying said marijuana is about as likely as the Elbo Room having a VIP lounge where professional athletes order bottles of Ace of Spades and make it rain. Any two-bit stoner who can roll a joint has a medical marijuana card. Plus is weed even illegal any more?
Crosby protests that all he wants to do is "burn a little leaf in the toilet." We're done here.