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12 San Francisco Venues That Should Be On Your Radar

There's no limit to the types of places where you can have your next San Francisco event.


The sheer variety of meeting venues found in San Francisco — from restaurants and state-of-the-art music venues to Victorian parlors and ping-pong social clubs — practically guarantees that there’s good food, good wine, and a memorable event in store for attendees.

111 Minna (111 Minna St.)
Combine the business of art and leisure at 111 Minna, an urban gallery showcasing a blend of local and international artists. Your guests can enjoy the current art on display at this 4,000-square-foot space, perfect for events large enough for 500 people.

August Hall (420 Mason St.)
This historical San Francisco venue has been hosting events of all kinds since the 1900s. Host a private event in one of their three spaces: The Music Hall, the main stage with 32-foot ceilings; the Green Room, a plush cocktail room that offers an escape from The Music Hall; or Fifth Arrow, the gaming parlor equipped with three bowling lanes (located downstairs from the August Hall lobby).

Berber Restaurant & Supperclub (1516 Broadway St.)
This uniquely modern restaurant and supper club has a lot to offer meeting and event planners. Choose between their stunning Bar & Lounge, semi-private Atlas Room, or the fully private Le Souk Supper Club. In addition to delicious Moroccan and Mediterranean fare, Berber Restaurant & Supperclub offers entertainment that ranges from aerial acts to belly dancers, contortionists and much more.

Chase Center (500 Terry A Francois Blvd.)
Slated to open for the 2019-2020 NBA season, Chase Center will offer a variety of private event spaces. From suites to courtside lounges and theater boxes, delight your guests in an exclusive sports and entertainment experience.

China Live (644 Broadway)
The Eataly of Chinese cuisine, China Live features four distinct dining settings for visitors to enjoy. It also has a fully-stocked marketplace and banquet and event space. The various venues within can accommodate anywhere from 10 to 825 people.

Everdene at Virgin Hotels (250 4th St.)
This playful alfresco rooftop bar is ideal for an outdoor reception with enjoyable 360-degree views of San Francisco. It offers both indoor and outdoor spaces. The Patio and the Secret Garden can both be reserved for private events.

Hornblower Cruises & Events (Pier 3)
Private events are much better on a yacht, especially when you get to cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge and around Alcatraz. With a variety of yacht sizes, meeting planners can choose to host a small team meeting or a larger conference.

The Midway (900 Marin St.)
The Midway has 40,000 square feet of potential for meeting planners who are looking to customize a large space. Located in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood, The Midway is perfect for the most creative and innovative planners.

The Palace of Fine Arts (3601 Lyon St.)
Originally built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition, the Palace of Fine Arts is now available for private events. Both scenic and spacious, this venue can accommodate up to 4,500 people. From product launches to galas and intimate receptions, meeting planners can host a wide variety of private events at this incredibly versatile San Francisco icon.

The Pearl (601 19th St.)
You can really get creative with all the possibilities available at The Pearl. This meticulously designed event space offers the best in food and drink catering, lighting and audio/visual services, and indoor and outdoor spaces (including a rooftop farm).

State Bird Provisions (1529 Fillmore St.)
Renowned chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski have created a Michelin star restaurant with State Bird Provisions. Two alcove tables accommodate groups of up to 16 for an intimate experience. For buyouts, the restaurant seats 60 guests or holds 75 for receptions. Treat your guests with the one consistent item on the changing menu: its namesake California valley quail.

Wingtip Club (550 Montgomery St.)
Entertain your guests in style at the Wingtip's modern day version of the classic social club. Think beveled glass doors, antique rugs, and chandeliers. Private event spaces are located on the 11th floor Penthouse, which includes the various parlor rooms and the Wine Cave, a highly intimate experience. Wingtip Club welcomes private events for up to 120 people, or a full buyout for up to 350.

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Whatever your next meeting needs, San Francisco Travel can help you make your next event a fantastic success that's unforgettable for attendees.