Thanks to an influx of elite tech companies now occupying abandoned buildings along San Francisco’s grandest thoroughfare, Mid-Market has undergone a much-needed revitalization—in turn, attracting hip new restaurants and watering holes. Michelin-starred chefs are opening gourmet fast food joints and the 100-year-old Strand Theater has been resurrected to inject culture into the neighborhood. Also take a ride on one of America’s oldest moving monuments, the cable car from Market Street.
SFO - San Francisco International Airport
Nearest train station
Caltrain Station San Francisco
Spa & Recreation
Fitness center, personal training, yoga, and bicycles
Food & Drink
Villon serves contemporary American cuisine, Charmaine's offers 360-degree rooftop views, La Bande cafe is set where Market Street meets McAllister
Conference & Meetings
Rudium Hall I can host up to 75 guests, Rudium Hall II boardroom channels the intimacy of backroom meetings in the Beaux-Arts era
Rooftop (3,400 sqm) & 14-person private dining room
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