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Banquet Halls Reception Facilities in San Francisco, CA
1.Italian-American Social Club Of S. F.
25 Russia Ave
2.InterContinental San Francisco
888 Howard St
IHG Rewards Club Members: Get better savings with YOUR RATE. Book hotels direct at intercontinental.com for our lowest rates. You won't find these anywhere else. Stunning 32 storey views and modern elegance come together at this San Francisco luxury hotel overlooking the Bay Area. Impressive in every detail, Luce, our Michelin-rated restaurant serves New American Cuisine that’s a gastronomic delight. Floor-to-ceiling windows let light flood into luxury suites and 10 spa treatment rooms offer an urban retreat. The hotel is located in San Francisco’s downtown district, with the city’s finest museums and upscale shopping within walking distance.
3.Delancey Street Restaurant
600 The Embarcadero
Good place to visit and I like the food
4.North Beach Restaurant
1512 Stockton St
Since 1970 when Lorenzo Petroni and Bruno Orsi founded San Francisco's 1 Italian restaurant renowned for its authentic Tuscan cuisine, NORTH BEACH RESTAURANT has been a must-visit dining destination for Bay Area families, romantics, tourists, conventioneers, business professionals, sports celebrities, and movie stars!
5.Holiday Inn San Francisco-Golden Gateway
1500 Van Ness Ave
IHG Rewards Club Members: Get better savings with YOUR RATE. Book hotels direct at holidayinn.com for our lowest rates. You won't find these anywhere else. Enjoy Staying at San Francisco Hotel's Ideal Location Holiday Inn® Golden Gateway is a full-service conference hotel in downtown San Francisco centered between Nob Hill, Fisherman's Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge and Pacific Heights, an oasis for corporate and leisure travelers offering the "True San Francisco Experience." Rising 26 stories with 496 guestrooms starting on the 6th floor, each offers outstanding city or bay views. On-site heated outdoor pool, 24-hour business center and fitness center, guest laundry, dry-cleaning services, R-O-H Bar and Restaurant including room service starting at 5pm. Over 100 restaurants within walking distance as well. Historic cable cars are located on California Street, just steps from the hotel, providing easy access to Fisherman's Wharf, Union Square, Embarcadero, Financial District and Chinatown. Attractions minutes from the hotel include Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, beautiful Golden Gate Park, Moscone Convention Center and Yerba Buena Gardens. Depending on the season, you can also plan to take in a 49ers or Giants game at AT&T park. Our conference hotel features more than 18,000 sq ft of flexible meeting space including our two Ballrooms. We can accommodate groups and meetings from 10 to 450 people for business or social events. On-site audio/visual and conference services are available.
6.Russian Center Of S. F. Inc.
2450 Sutter St
The Russian Center of San Francisco was founded in 1939 by Russian immigrants as a focal point for the preservation of their rich cultural heritage. Tradition was passionately kept alive through operas, operettas, choirs, grand balls, folk dance ensembles and plays. Generation followed generation, and still the goal remains to preserve and display the warmth and spirit of the Russian culture.As a non-profit cultural organization, the Russian Center annually produces many cultural activities including operas, dance concerts, folk dance classes, social gatherings and lectures. The Russian Festival, held every February, is a three day showcase of food, art, music and dance, and attracts thousands of people from all over the San Francisco Bay Area and the world. The Russian Center is home to Teremok, a State certified Russian pre-school, Congress of Russian Americans, Museum of Russian Culture, Russian Life Daily Newspaper, a library of Russian books, Russian folk dancing classes, rhythmic gymnastic classes, Russian Center Opera Company and the Russian American Chamber Orchestra. The Russian Center co-sponsors the city-wide Days of Russia celebration. The Russian Center also presents many guest artists from Russia and other parts of the world.
2101 Mariposa St
I shot I wedding for the first time here. Good space.Take a look at it Peter
8.City Forest Lodge & Catering
254 Laguna Honda Blvd
22 Peace Plz
It is a very great restaurant with a great atmosphere and excellent food and great music and excellent waiters and service
1028 Market St
2435 Mission St
326 1st St
Take OutHappy HourDeliveryReservations
13.Inbad's Pier Ii Restaurant
2141 The Embarcadero
14.McCormick And Kluletos
900 N Point St
15.Presidio Officers’ Club
50 Moraga Ave
2016 Clement St
I was recommended to Irene by a good friend of mine, who vouched for her coordinating services. She was the lowest priced coordinator, and in retrospect I wish I paid more for someone else. Irene promised that she would follow me around and ensure that everything would go smoothly. Instead, she completely dropped the ball, leaving my family and friends to pick up the slack and all of us very stressed out. Luckily, it was my family and friends that saved the wedding, and the guests did not notice much of the chaos that went on behind the scenes. I had a fairly complex itinerary planned out, and laid out every detail in a large packet. All the coordinator had to do was follow the directions, but it seems Irene did not even read them. She did not once meet with me to go over the details. Many items had to go to specific places at specific times. I noticed critical items were left on the floor, and my clothing for the reception was left in the closet. Irene did not bother to check that all items were taken. If I had not double checked, they would have been left behind. My family later told me what she was doing while I was getting ready: eating and chatting, not coordinating at all. Irene then went to the ceremony site. During the ceremony, the microphone went out. It was several minutes before the AV person had to run all the way from his booth to give us a new mike. Where was Irene? After the ceremony, Irene went ahead to the reception. As explicitly stated in my instructions, I needed a change of clothes before I went to the reception. I essentially would be naked without it. I ended up having to wear my husband's shirt and my petticoat to the car. Nothing was set up for the guests when they arrived, so they couldn’t find their seats. I had two large professional seating charts printed, which Irene couldn't find. She exasperatedly asked my mother where it was. She ended up grabbing small computer print outs of the seating arrangement. Later, when reviewing our photobooth photos, I saw Irene in the early ones, when things were the most chaotic. Why wasn't she doing her job? She also did not ensure that our drinks were pulled from the storage room to serve guests. We actually had to delay the toasts, and our best man had to drag the drinks out himself. There were also issues with the projector being too far from the DJ to hook up to speakers, so there would be no sound for the slideshow. Our best man later told us that Irene offered no help. She also did not coordinate any part of the reception. I ended up having to work with the DJ to set up the timing. I was told later that she was eating, chatting, and mingling rather than sticking with me and coordinating the events. Finally, I learned that Irene had to be reminded to pass out tips, and ended up randomly giving out tips to servers that didn’t actually work for our wedding. The ones who did serve us went to my mom for tips, but, by that time, all the tips were passed out. It’s exactly what we didn’t want to happen. In the end, we feel that Irene had fun at our wedding and got paid handsomely for it. While things ended up being ok, my family and friends were completely stressed out during many portions of it, and ended up being the ones who coordinated the wedding. Clearly, I would not recommend her.
17.San Francisco Medical Society
1003a Oreilly Ave
18.Delancey Coach Service
600 The Embarcadero
19.Union Espanola De Calif
2850 Alemany Blvd
Founded in 1923, Uni n Espa ola de California is a nonprofit, benevolent society that works to promote Spanish culture. It offers a variety of membership plans. The society provides Spanish language courses and dance classes for children. Its facilities include a ballroom, stage, hall, restaurant, patios, and banquet and dressing rooms. The society s hall is available for various social parties. It also organizes a range of events, including picnics and Hispanic Day, Christmas and New Year s Eve parties. Uni n Espa ola de California is located in San Francisco.
20.Round Table Pizza
3567 Geary Blvd
Great pizzas for a very low price, you should try them.
21.San Francisco Scottish Rite Masonic Center
2850 19th Ave
22.Patio Espanol Restaurant
2850 Alemany Blvd
wow...I don't think you can get better Cheers Peter Bruce
23.Diamond Heights Banquet Room
5200 Diamond Heights Blvd
550 Geary St
we recently stayed at this hotel and were so pleasantly surprised! it's smaller, very cozy and right next to union square. there's a lot of attention to detail, from the furniture and light fixtures to the aveda bath products. the concierge was extremely helpful in getting us info and dinner reservations. we didn't eat at their restaurant, but it was packed every night and so was the adjoining bar. in fact, it was busier than the W bar or frisson. no a/c, but you're in san fran., it's cold here ANYWAYS. we'll definitely be back.
2424 Mariposa St
26.Sinbad's Pier II Restaurant
Had a business lunch at Sinbads today. That view will close any deal. I ordered the seafood pasta, it was very tasty and plentiful, the person I was entertaining was impressed and i had one of the est business sales so far. Great Time!
27.Golden Gate Park Golf Course
24 Golden Gate Ave
28.Fairmont San Francisco
950 Mason St
The Fairmont was the last of three hotels we stayed at during a recent trip to Napa and San Francisco. Overall our impressions were good, although there were a few problems that shouldn't have happened.\r \r First, the good. We were in room 1801, right off the elevator on the 18th floor with a wonderful view of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Coit Tower. Being so close to the elevator we were somewhat concerned about noise, but our fears were unfounded. The room was spotlessly clean, although the duvet was torn--something housekeeping should easily have noticed and taken out of service for repair. The minibar was well stocked, as was the bathroom with toiletries, however there was only one robe where two should have hung. The bed was comfortable with Frette sheets, and there was a large flat screen LCD TV. \r \r Our second day there we returned after a day of sightseeing to find the door to our room had been left ajar by housekeeping. Fortunately we had locked up all valuables in the large safe, but it was very unsettling to know that anyone who happened by could wave walked into our room and taken anything they wanted out of it. The front desk was called and the response was of true concern. A member of the hotels security staff was dispatched to read the records on the automatic door lock so they could determine who had left the door open. We felt that the hotel should have offered something as a token--sweets left in our room while we were at dinner, or perhaps an offer of a couple of cocktails at one of the lounges--we've been comped far more for far less at many other hotels without asking, and in our opinion things like that should be asked for, they should just happen.\r \r The hotel did bend over backwards when I became incredibly ill on our finalday, offering to send a doctor and extending our checkout until late evening as we had a redeye home.\r \r All and all it was a nice stay, and we would return.
29.Yank Sing Banquet & Catering
101 Spear St
So many tasty goodies! Love this place. Fast, friendly and great selection. They have a to go counter as well.
30.Abu Marrakech Moroccan Restaurant
419 Ofarrell St
Quite possibly my favorite restaurant experience was the time I ate here. There was a group of four of us. We arrived when, it turned out, the restaurant was closed. But we were seen outside the door by the magician who was preparing for that night's show next door. He let us in and called the owner to ask him to come in a bit early to serve us. And he did. And they were both quite nice to us and conversational. We ordered a version of their four-course meal for two. We had to negotiate this, it didn't work out exactly. I don't remember. It wasn't meant for four. He arranged things for us, changing the portions and the price so it would work out fine. The food was not exactly quick to come, but we weren't in a mood to care, because we had good conversation, and the music and decor there are very relaxing and enjoyable. Every course was fantastic. We had two tagines with chicken. Only thing you have to beware of is the price, of course. Not a place to go often. But to my mind, it was a total treat.
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