The View Lounge, perched atop the hotel on the 39th floor, offers breathtaking, panoramic city views that aren't to be missed. Open at 4pm daily, the iconic lounge offers a variety of beverages and small plates meant for sharing.
Mission Street Pantry is a fresh take on dining. Choose from our menu of locally inspired, freshly made meals and snacks. Food designed to fit the traveler's lifestyle with an urban market grab-and-go and Peet's coffee.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Dress code: Casual
Bin 55 Restaurant and Wine Bar
Bin 55 is the place to see and be seen. Located on the lobby level of the hotel you can stop by for a San Francisco-inspired breakfast buffet or pair lunch and dinner with craft beers and wines by the glass.
Mourad Lahlou’s strikingly modern reinventions of traditional Moroccan dishes are all about showcasing the great flavors of his native cuisine in ways that harmonize with the fresh, local, artisanal ingredients of Northern California
Bluestem Brasserie features a familiar brasserie menu of fresh, simply composed dishes; distinct cocktails; a satisfying wine list; and 12 wines on tap, sourced directly from some of Napa and Sonoma’s finest producers and offered at a great value
Surrounded by Pat Kuleto's timeless Belle Epoque inspired design, Chef Oakes wonderful expression of American regional flavors with a French influenced style has made BOULEVARD a culinary landmark on San Francisco's revived Embarcadero waterfront.
Spanish for "hummingbird," Colibri combines the simplicity of authentic family recipes with fresh, high-quality ingredients to bring diners unparalleled, delectable Mexican cuisine in a charming, turn of the century cantina setting.
EPIC Roasthouse features acclaimed chef Jan Birnbaum’s innovative interpretations of traditional steakhouse favorites and more. Showcasing everything from fish to fowl, and specializing in a variety of meats and steaks.
Fang embodies both modern and authentic Chinese cuisines in a fine dining setting. Patrons come to Fang to learn about Chef Peters food through his dishes, meeting him and actually experiencing first-hand how much his craft and his customers mean to him.
Located in San Francisco’s popular Union Square area, Farallon is a resemblance of a beautiful underwater fantasy that has proven to be the ideal setting for the sophisticated “coastal cuisine” menu created by Chef Franz.
Hakkasan was founded in 2001 and has become a successful modern restaurant concept. Chef Tong Chee Hwee has led the Hakkasan kitchen since its inception and shares his dedication to the art of Chinese cuisine. In 2012 Hakkasan opened in San Francisco.
Kuleto’s has hosted new guests and old friends from around the world. Our Northern Italian cuisine with an American twist uses choice ingredients hand-picked by local family farmers to create seasonal specials celebrate the natural bounty of Bay Area.
Chef Ola takes pride in creating "San Francisco cuisine" fusing his classical french training with Italian, American and his Swedish roots. Oola is best known for its All Natural Baby Back Ribs, a dish originally created for the staff of the restaurant.
Dishes are prepared with bold, intense flavors and an emphasis on high quality, fresh ingredients. Seasonal fish are flown in daily from the finest markets and purveyors around the world and showcased in sushi, sashimi, tempura and hand rolls.
The trendy French seafood bistro on lively Belden Alley in the Financial District. Specializing in mussels, unique appetizers, salads, seafood dishes, and meats, we invite you to join us for a truly Parisian dining experience.
Prospect's convivial venue pays tribute to contemporary American cuisine. Whether it's, a casual meal at the communal table, or a relaxed dinner in the main dining room, guests can enjoy the full menu and exceptional service.
RN74 is a San Francisco urban wine bar and restaurant by Michael Mina, Rajat Parr and Adam Sobel featuring modern interpretations of refined American and regional French cuisine with an extensive wine list highlighting the Burgundy region of France.
A tavern housed in an old printing press warehouse built in the 1930’s. Exposed brick, original hardwood floors, 12 foot windows and oversized rusted iron girders. Contemporary American fare ranging from raw bar plateaus and heartier main dishes.
Tropisueño is designed to offer you a quick and easy taqueria and a relaxing Mexican restaurant all under one roof. At lunch, you will find a straight-up taqueria. A Taquista will make a burrito, taco or special plate.