San Francisco | SOMA
This San Francisco neighborhood, located just south of Market Street, contains several sub-neighborhoods including: South Beach, Mission Bay, and Rincon Hill.
DINING & NIGHTLIFE
140 New Montgomery Street
Moroccan fine dining with a California twist and extensive wine options in a swanky, modern setting.
200 Jackson Street
Taverna-inspired cuisine served in a candlelit, wood-beamed dining room that lures a chic crowd.
300 Spear Street
Chef Nancy Oakes’ bustling restaurant and bar serves New American cuisine and cocktails in a posh space.
Cocktails with Character sums up this spot. Novela is a literary-themed lounge with tasty, unique cocktails.
Fun tip: all of the drinks are named after famous characters from beloved works.
369 The Embarcadero
Waterfront steakhouse with superb wine list.
545 Mission Street
Bustling and trendy brick-lined restaurant for casual American Fare and creative cocktails.
555 Second Street
Seafood, shareable plates, cocktails, and beer in a low-key neighborhood gastropub with polished décor.
301 Mission Street
An exciting new collaboration between Chef Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry, this trendy space tales global BBQ to a whole new level.
46 Minna Street
Swanky lounge transforms to late night club with burlesque artwork.
399 The Embarcadero
Serving sustainable seafood with unparalleled views.
1206, 155 Steuart Street
All-American fare , family friendly with bay views and outdoor dining.
LOCAL KITCHEN + WINE MERCHANT
330 First Street
Chic American restaurant known for its wood-fired pizzas, with an attached wine store.
448 Brannan Street
Elegant steakhouse with a Japanese influences. Ready to splurge? Go all out with the Chef's Table Experience.
333 Brannan Street, Suite #150
Relaxed, communal dining delivers modern Indian dishes with a California twist.
540 Howard Street
Modern, multi-room club with world renowned DJs and artists.
101 Spear Street, Rincon Center
Bustling spot serving classic, delicious dim sum.
TWENTY FIVE LUSK
25 Lusk Street
Dim lighting sets the mood at this trendy spot with exposed wood beams and creative American cuisine.
500 Brannan Street
Neighborhood bistro serving California comfort food.
20 Yerba Buena Lane
Knowledgeable staff serves hard to find wines, paired with small bites. Go on the last Sunday of every month for live jazz (no cover).
342 Howard Street
Southern comfort fare. Insider tip: Don’t miss the annual Mardi Gras party!
161 Steuart Street
Modern Japanese and innovative sushi, robata grill with extensive sake list.
ARTS & CULTURE
YERBA BUENA GARDENS
750 Howard Street
Located in the cultural heart of San Francisco, this is the perfect place to play, relax, dine, or shop.
445 Geary Street
Circa-1922 theater with special events and musicals.
411 Brannan Street
Venue dedicated to work by contemporary New York City and Bay Area artists across a range of different mediums.
111 Minna Street
SoMa gallery for up-and-coming artists that morphs into an after-hours venue for parties and events.
151 Third Street
Internationally recognized collection of modern and contemporary art. The first museum on the West Coast devoted solely to 20th Century art.
425 Mission Street
Rooftop park featuring a variety of free classes, such as arts & culture, fitness & wellness, music, theater, dance and kids programs.
SHN ORPHEUM THEATER
1192 Market Street
The best of Broadway comes to San Francisco.
CONTEMPORARY JEWISH MUSEUM
736 Mission Street
Exhibits cover Jewish history, art and culture, geared towards the 21st century audience. After your visit, grab a bite at the Wise Sons Jewish Deli.
HEALTH & WELLNESS
JOSEPH COZZA SALON
77 Maiden Lane
Contemporary salon with a team of experienced and talented stylists committed to making you feel your absolute best!
COCOON URBAN DAY SPA
330 First Street
Exclusive urban sanctuary, where treatments and services are carried out in a serene and tranquil environment. Focus is primarily on effectiveness, with a generous dose of luxury and relaxation.
RITUAL HOT YOGA
586 Sixth Street
Fast-paced hot yoga that links the breath to the beat of the music.
23 Grant Avenue
A classic urban destination, for a outrageous change, or simple cleanup, using cutting-edge techniques to fit your style.
8 Mission Street
Enjoy views of the bay during a massage or the tranquility of a deep bath soak on their private bamboo garden.
71 Spear Street
Classes offer the ultimate in indoor cycling. Unparalleled technology combined with enthusiastic instructors equal proven results.
236 King Street
Celebrity favorite workout program with signature hour-long “shock” workouts mixing interval cardio and strength training.
CORE POWER YOGA
215 Fremont Street
High intensity yoga, where you will push past physical boundaries with an open mind and a beating heart, turning doubt into security, strangers into friends, and stress into sweat.
592 Third Street
Ballet-based full body workout which tests strength, flexibility, and stamina while working your entire body from start to finish.
8 Mission Street
Pet friendly and Green certified, this is San Francisco's ultimate luxury waterfront boutique hotel.
W SAN FRANCISCO
181 Third Street
Contemporary hotel with city views, posh dining, and two hip bars, plus a luxe spa and fitness center.
125 Third Street
An upscale high rise with a posh bar, exclusive spa and impeccably decorated rooms.
5 Embarcadero Center
Waterfront hotel with dramatic architecture and the world’s largest lobby.
THE FERRY BUILDING
One Ferry Building
Shops large and small celebrate food in all of its forms, offering everything from artisan cheeses to fresh local fish alongside restaurants and cafés.
121 Spear Street
Historic building comprised of an entire city block with restaurants, cafes and shops. The unique fountain waterfall and controversial murals are always a hit.
203 Folsom Street
Full service neighborhood market with a variety of fresh, sustainable and organic goods.
24 Willie Mays Plaza
Home to the San Francisco Giants and amazing ballpark food.
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