Alamo Drafthouse

2550 Mission Street San Francisco, CA
Max Capacity: 1000 people
Alamo Drafthouse’s restoration and retrofit of the 1920s movie palace in San Francisco’s Mission District features a total of five screens, ranging in size from boutique screens of just 34 to 320 seats in the grand hall, as well as a full-service bar and kitchen, in-theater dining and a strictly enforced (and widely lauded) no-talking/no-texting policy. Alamo Drafthouse’s New Mission Theater will feature a comprehensive offering of the best new releases ranging from blockbusters to indies and the Alamo’s highly-celebrated signature repertory programming. The largest auditorium at the New Mission will feature Sony’s aforementioned revolutionary projection system in addition to archival 70mm & 35mm projection capabilities. The other four auditoriums feature state-of-the-art Sony 4K digital projection and Dolby digital surround sound. All seating is assigned and can be reserved at time of ticket purchase online or in-person at the box office. Customers are encouraged to arrive early to enjoy Alamo’s exclusive pre-show entertainment of rare clips, videos and shorts that are custom-curated to complement each feature film or event. Located at 2550 Mission Street, between 21st & 22nd, the New Mission was built in 1915 and subsequently expanded in the 1920s and 1930s. It showed it’s last movie in May 1993, and diligent work by the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation resulted in it being declared a landmark in 2004. Alamo Drafthouse at the New Mission is easily accessible on public transportation. It is directly on the 14 and 49 bus lines, two blocks north of the 24th Street BART stop, and a ten-minute walk from the J-Church line. There are several private parking lots adjacent to the theater, as well. Stay tuned for more information on the Alamo Drafthouse at the New Mission and its accompanying bar, Isaac Shumway’s Bear Vs Bull. For developments on the New Mission and Bear Vs Bull, visit our website and follow us on Facebook & Twitter.
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 1000
Burlingame, CA  
Capacity: 350
$45 per person
Fattoria e Mare transforms ordinary parties into toast-worthy celebrations! We accommodate intimate ceremonies and large-group get-togethers. Our event planner is always happy to help you navigate every detail. We are open 7 days a week: Brunch is from 11:30 until 3:00, Saturday & Sunday Lunch is from 11:30 until 3:00, Monday thru Friday Dinner is from 5:00 until 10:00 all week A variation of live music Wednesday thru Saturday nights, starting at 7:00 until 10:00
Introducing the newest, most unique & magical “Classic Car” venue in the San Francisco Bay Area. Welcome to “The Great Highway - Home of Gary Pollack Classic Cars!" We invite you to be our VIP’s as we go back to the days where we raced on “The Great Highway” for pink slips, where ponytails and ducktails were the hottest trend, when ankle socks and poodle skirts were stylin’, when dances were sock hops and to the days we remember and miss most, the 1950’s & 60's. "The Great Highway" is the venue you are looking for to host your next private/corporate event. Bedazzle your family, friends, employees, clients, etc. with a venue featuring a fun filled ambience of wall to wall classic cars, our authentic 50's diner, ice cream sundaes, malts, coinless pinball machines, black jack tables, a craps table, memorabilia and huge, all original neon signs. Our all original 1904 Horse Drawn Popcorn Wagon is featured as our main bar serving endless, freshly popped popcorn! Highlighting professional, friendly and tons of fun service, The Great Highway will not only meet your expectations, we will exceed them! We will help you create an extremely memorable event that you and your guests will never forget! Come party with us, we will make you glad you did!
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 75
$35 per person
ABOUT HOTALING & CO. A CRAFT BEER PIONEER SETS HIS SIGHTS ON SPIRITS The original Anchor Distilling Company was established in 1993 by Fritz Maytag, the same beverage visionary who sparked the craft beer movement with his purchase of Anchor Brewing in 1965. Maytag had rescued the struggling brewery and its iconic steam beer, and after several decades of exclusively producing beer, Maytag saw an opportunity to expand into the distillation of spirits. THE RETURN OF POT-DISTILLED WHISKEY TO THE UNITED STATES Fritz’s vision of a rye whiskey revival was fueled by the bold realization that there were no pot-distilled whiskeys being made legally in America at the time. Finding inspiration in the rye whiskeys of America’s past and the great single malt whiskies of Scotland, Fritz gathered a small team to begin top secret research and experimentation in the distillery. The first whiskey went into barrel in 1994, and the distillery soon began producing three rye whiskeys under Fritz’s guidance, all pot-distilled spirit from a mash of 100% malted rye. Over time, the range of spirits expanded into other categories, with the addition of Junípero Gin and Genevieve genever. The creation of Junípero was particularly significant, as it effectively started the movement towards high-end craft gin in the United States. AN INDEPENDENT DISTILLER TRANSFORMS INTO A PORTFOLIO OF GLOBAL CRAFT SPIRITS In 2010, Fritz Maytag retired and sold Anchor Distilling Company to a business partnership that included Tony Foglio and London's oldest wine and spirit merchant, Berry Bros. & Rudd. With the sale, Anchor Distilling Company expanded beyond production on Potrero Hill to incorporate importing a collection of super-premium craft spirits from around the world. A NEW CHAPTER AS HOTALING & CO. In 2017, Anchor Brewing Company was sold, and although Anchor Distilling Company was not part of the sale, it relinquished the rights to use the “Anchor” trademark. In early 2018, the new name of “Hotaling & Co.” was announced, a reference to one of Anchor Distilling’s most beloved small batch whiskies and to the San Francisco legend A.P. Hotaling, who came out West during the Gold Rush and quickly became one of the most reputable spirits dealers in the country. Born in 1828, Hotaling moved from New York to California in 1852, where he found his calling in San Francisco as a purveyor of fine whiskies and proceeded to build the largest liquor wholesaler in the West. In San Francisco drinks culture, Hotaling’s name became immortalized when his whiskey warehouse on Jackson Street survived the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. Today, the Hotaling name remains a part of San Francisco drinking culture as the distillery celebrates 25 years of production, a proud tradition that will continue into the future alongside the other core pillars: importing and consumer education.
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 500
$40-$50 per person
Located in the heart of San Francisco's Union Square, Infusion Lounge has transformed Bay Area nightlife and private events since its inception in 2009. As the most successful 5-star nightclub in the City, Infusion Lounge continues to showcase some of the world’s biggest DJs and hottest performing acts. Infusion Lounge was named by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the world’s hottest nightclubs shortly after it opened on New Year’s Eve in 2009. It quickly became the see-and-be-seen choice for both local glitterati and celebrities from music, film, television, sports and fashion. The 6500 sq. ft of entertainment space features private rooms, state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, hypnotic LED-illuminated glass columns, and an exotic Asian-inspired interior with giant lacquer dragons, laughing Buddhas, and glowing lattice walls. Indulge in their extensive menu of signature cocktails, premium spirits, and cuisine prepared by our new restaurant Taste on Ellis. Whether you’re joining us for dinner, nightclub, or a private event, Infusion Lounge is the perfect space for all of your entertainment needs.
Sausalito, CA  
Capacity: 225
Studio 333 was voted best venue in the bay area to host an event. We are a full service event gallery that has over 4,000 sq. ft. of event space. Gallery rental includes: indoor and outdoor event space, dance floor, pool table, lounge rooms, tables/chairs, bar, coolers, full kitchen, garden courtyard and large monitor with projector. We also offer in house catering, DJ and a professional photographer available at reasonable rates. You are welcome to bring in your own catering, photographer and band. Clients have also hired "Food Trucks" in the past to set up in the garden area. The gallery can seat 130 guests for a sit down dinner and over 200 people for a buffet style dinner or cocktail party. Studio 333 staff members must be hired to work the event as bartenders/clean up crew and on site coordinator.
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 650
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 Knowles, the original chapel with its 40’ high arched ceiling has been updated with state of the art sound, lighting and projection systems. The gorgeous building also houses a restaurant, bar and large patio that combine the warmth of original wood detailing with modern touches and a vibrant social scene. Located in the heart of San Francisco’s dynamic Valencia corridor at 777 Valencia in the Mission District.
San Francisco, CA  
Capacity: 500
$2,000-$30,000 per event
Located South of Market atop the Moscone Center on the Yerba Buena roof terrace. Artistic design with floor to ceiling glass, our doors open to panoramic views of the downtown San Francisco and the skyline and Yerba Buena gardens. We can accommodate parties up to 500 guests using the Yerba Buena Loggia and Terrace. We host corporate events, meetings, holiday parties, weddings, showers, happy hours and social events.