A San Francisco Weekend with Hotels & Dining 1 Comment



Here's all you need for a beautiful weekend in San Francisco with 5 recommended hotels, 5 highly rated-restaurants, and 3 of the Red Map San Francisco's favorite cafes.

5 Classic Hotels

The Clift
495 Geary Street - Union Square
A cool classic with a famous lobby.  Have a drink in their gorgeous Redwood Room.

Taj Campton Place
340 Stockton Street - Union Square
A well-established centrally located boutique hotel.

Inn at the Presidio
42 Moraga Ave - The Presidio
A beautiful new hotel on the grounds of the expansive and historic Presidio Army base.

The Palomar
12 Fourth St at Market St - SoMa
Steps from SFMoMa.  Try the cocktail scene at the Palomar's Dirty Habit SF.

Hotel Triton
342 Grant Ave - Union Square
A bright, colorful and arty boutique hotel.  Have breakfast at its famous: Cafe de la Presse.

Images: The Clift Hotel's Redwood Room - The Palomar Hotel's Dirty HabitSF - Benu Restaurant Cuisine

5 Great Restaurants

Benu
22 Hawthorne Street - SoMa
Rated one of the best restaurants in the world, with 3 Michelin Stars.

Coi
373 Broadway - Jackson Sq/Financial District
Highly rated with 2 Stars from Michelin. 

Greens
Fort Mason Bldg A - Marina
One of SF's most established & best-dining experiences.

Gary Danko
800 North Point St - Marina
An SF Institution with 5 Stars from Relais & Chateaux.

Saison
178 Townsend Street - SoMa
Top ranked with 3 Michelin Stars.

+ 3 of Red Maps' Favorite SF Cafes

215 Church St - Castro/Mission
Since we began doing the SF map, we eat at least one night at Chow's bar.

2031 Chestnut St - Marina
A perfect lunchtime pit stop for us as we come off Fillmore Street turning on to Chestnut.

1658 Market Street - Hayes Valley/Castro
Our reward for days of work, we hit this SF institution of good food... and wine.


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