This flagship department store location is a great stop for fashion, dining, and special experiences in any season. Macy's Union Square is also the home to an official Visitor Information Center.
Offering "The Ultimate Burger Experience & More", Burger Bar serves inventive takes on classic American foods created by a local celebrity chef, Hubert Keller. From its perch on the sixth floor of Macy's, Burger Bar's guests can overlook bustling Union Square for a break while shopping and exploring.
Looking for a relaxing break in between shopping and exploring? Bluemercury at Macy's offers body massages, hot rock massages, and various skincare and aesthetic treatments.The best products in skin care, makeup, bath and body, cosmetics, and more, are also available.
Museum of Ice Cream
Now a permanent fixture in Union Square, the Museum of Ice Cream continues to provide fun and cheer in its ever-changing seasonal experiences and displays. Slide into a sprinkle pool, and, of course, taste some ice cream.
This restaurant is a local legend. Founded in 1938 and known for its “world famous 18 Swedish pancakes,’’ this winningly old school eatery by the cable car tracks on the west side of the square has given generations of diners a tasty start to their day.
A 1930s-style restaurant known for big steaks, big salads, chops and seafood, this place is a time capsule of old San Francisco. Frequented by the fictional detective Sam Spade in the book and film of Dashiell Hammett’s "The Maltese Falcon," John’s Grill displays a Maltese Falcon statue and features the hardboiled private eye’s favorite lunch: Sam Spade’s Lamb Chops.
Travel back to the 1920's and the Prohibition Era in this speakeasy for a nightcap. You'll need a reservation to receive a password for entry; otherwise, you can try their still-cool Library space next door.
EXIT Theatre's five intimate venues provide a home for emerging and independent theatre artists and companies, annually producing a full season of performances with resident artists and designers. EXIT commissions new works with local and touring artists, including the San Francisco Fringe Festival.
Stop in this San Francisco branch of America's premier fine art gallery to look for your next great art piece. This gallery's 9,000-square foot, three story space offers a wide variety of popular and modern artists.