516 Restaurants near Daly City, CA

San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 1300
The Village is a multi-use venue that fosters community, celebration and networking. Our state-of-the-art event space offers 17,000 square feet throughout its three floor space plan in the heart of downtown San Francisco. The Village strives for success and fulfillment, and was designed to addre
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 250
SPECIAL DEAL ON COMPANY HOLIDAY PARTIES - ALL INCLUSIVE, INCLUDING FOOD, DRINKS, AND VENUE FEE, STARTING AT $2500! Contact us at glounge415@gmail.com or at (415) 361-5426. G Food (Truck) Lounge is a socially conscious business available for corporate events at 2nd Street, SoMa. Once a large em
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 20000
NONPLUSULTRA INC. MANAGE AND OPERATE A DIVERSE PORTFOLIO OF EVENT VENUES IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. FROM NATIONAL LANDMARKS TO ENTIRELY NEW ART+COMMUNITY CONCEPTS, THE NONPLUSULTRA COLLECTION OF VENUES REPRESENT SEVERAL OF THE CITY’S MOST STUNNING AND EXCITING SPACES.
Daly City, CA  
Capacity: 16500
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 50
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 60
$30 per person
Shin Dig is a 1000 square foot meeting and event space perfect for business meetings and cocktail events alike. Custom built reclaimed redwood table that seats 22 comfortably for a board meeting or private catered dinner, can be removed for open space and cocktail tables provided for 60 person cockt
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 101
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 48
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 85
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 40
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 360
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 250
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 40
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 540
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 575
South San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 100
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 70
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 180
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 1440
The Chapel is a historic music venue, restaurant, bar and special event space that was named as one of the 10 most beautiful music venues in California by CALIFORNIA HOME + DESIGN MAGAZINE. Originally built as a mortuary in 1914 and now beautifully renovated by veteran Bay Area restaurateur Jack Kno