Book your clients on a truly authentic Bay Area experience! Local Food Adventures provides guests guided walking food tours in Oakland and the East Bay where we learn more about the area’s history, present-day excitement and taste its growing food culture. Named "a tasty walking food tour" by the Oakland Tribune and Mercury News, our tours are perfect for small groups (40 or less) looking to have a truly personalized experience. A "Progressive Eating" adventure, our tours are an escape from the typical group dinner or office happy hour. Local selections, including optional wine and cocktails, offer enough to keep your team satisfied, but not stuffed. Plus, we accommodate most dietary restrictions. No wonder Yelp reviewers have awarded Local Food Adventures with ***** FIVE STARS and Trip Advisor has named it the #1 Tour in the Berkeley area! Current tours include: Rockridge Neighborhood Heritage Food Tour - a three-hour, six stop tour that gives guests an opportunity to skip the typical Bay Area tourist traps and dive deep into the food culture, history and architecture of this European-inspired oasis. Grand Lake Cultural Cuisine Food Tour - a two-hour, four stop tour that is a culinary tour de force celebrating the vast cultural diversity of an urban mecca for global cuisine. Rockridge Ice Cream & Gelato Tour - a one-hour, three stop "sweet" adventure for kids of all ages! We explore a variety of ice cream desserts and the history as to how we came to enjoy them. Eat Stay Love Lafayette Food Tour - a two-hour, five stop more family-friendly tour that's perfect for anyone who is truly looking to discover the eastern side of the Caldecott Tunnel and perhaps even move here!
Provide your meeting attendees with a great way to see San Francisco. Attendees will save 42% on a 3-day Muni Passport and admission to the four top attractions.San Francisco CityPASS includes a 3-day Cable Car and Muni Bus Passport, plus admission to-California Academy of Sciences-Blue and Gold Fleet Bay Cruise Adventure-Aquarium of the Bay-Exploratorium OR de Young + Legion of HonorCityPASS ticket booklets are valid for nine days, beginning with the first day of use. Cost Adult $89 Child (5-11) $66. Purchase at citypass.com or at any CityPASS attraction for the same low price.
San Francisco Pedicab offers some of the most unique tours in San Francisco. The SF Brew Ride (SFBrewRide.com) is a San Francisco brewery tour like no other, as you'll enjoy the comforts of a portable couch while traveling to SF's finest breweries -- beer and beer savvy driver included. Or you may prefer the romantic Bay Lights Tour (BayLightsTour.com) -- a 30 minute tour along San Francisco's scenic waterfront with unparalleled views of the Bay Lights -- a nightly abstract LED light show on the suspender cables of the Bay Bridge. Corkscrew and disposable wine glasses are available upon prior request, so grab a lover or a friend and experience the Bay Lights in style!
If you're looking for a party, then this is the gin join for you. The Speakeasy, at 9000 square ft, is ideal for any social gathering, meeting or private event. Whether you are looking for an evening of magical nightlife in an outrageous club environment, or a blank slate for your next wedding or happy hour, there is no other venue like this in San Francisco. We provide everything from high quality cocktails at our bar, to specialty cabaret acts and songs in our cabaret. Spaces available include Cabaret, Bar, Casino Bar Our bar serves over 13 prohibition-era cocktails of the highest caliber. Our spirit forward menu has been praised in reviews by the SF Chronicle and EaterSF alike. Whiskey tastings and happy hours are among our most popular private events. Casino Highly trained dealers operate our vintage casino, equipped with 5 hand crafted tables. Test you luck at our Atlantic City inspired blackjack, roulette, and craps tables. About 40 people can gamble all at once with our custom 1 cent coins. Cabaret The crown jewel of The Speakeasy is our Cabaret. We present a fully equipped 1920's-era cabaret with gorgeous show girls, a 6 piece jazz band, vaudeville comedians and a sultry, jazzy chanteuse. Seating potential of up to 125 in pit, booths and mezzanine. Hidden Rooms & Mysterious Hallways Enter The Speakeasy through our detailed Clock Shop or Sam Lee Laundromat. Set up your VIP room in the owners plush office or provide fortune tellers in one of our 5 hidden rooms.
Home to an aquarium, planetarium, natural history museum, and four-story rainforest- all under one living roof, the California Academy of Sciences is one of San Francisco's must-see destinations. Imagine hors d'oeuvres inside Steinhart Aquarium, dinner in African Hall, or a product launch in Morrison Planetarium. The Academy also has daytime venues to host board meetings, lectures and luncheons.With 14 stunning settings, the Academy can produce anything from an intimate social event, to a successful non-profit fundraiser, to a corporate extravaganza. And it all comes with behind-the-scenes event expertise that ensures the highest standards of excellence.
Surrounded by unbeatable views of the city and the Bay, PIER 39's position on the historic San Francisco Waterfront makes it the perfect venue for companies wishing to meet in an unforgettable and unique environment. PIER 39 offers a variety of venues that are perfect for corporate meetings, convention outings or special events, including 13 full-service restaurants that can accommodate sit-down groups of up to 2,500. In addition to the restaurant spaces, there are also numerous unique venues sure to make your meeting or event a memorable experience. PIER 39 offers a variety of programs that make planning an event at The PIER easy: the PIER 39 Savings Fun Pack and Meal Voucher Programs have been extremely popular with corporate groups. Both of these programs can also be utilized if your group chooses to meet elsewhere in the city and wants to explore The PIER. For more information, visit the Tourism/Groups section on pier39.com.
AT&T Park is the home of the 2010, 2012 and 2014 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants. Located on the city's scenic waterfront, the ballpark is a short walk from downtown San Francisco and Moscone Center and is accessible by every means of public transit. This classic urban ballpark features all of the amenities necessary to create a unique and memorable event, including restaurants, equipped for banquets and receptions and state-of-the-art meeting and conference facilities.
Enjoy an open top double decker hop-on/hop-off tour, stopping at 20 major sites and attractions around the city, including crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. The loop is 2.5 hours if you stay on the bus for the entire duration of the tour. You have the option of listening to a live tour guide in English or recorded commentary offered in 10 different languages. Our starting point is at the Visitor Center in Fisherman's Wharf, however you can get on and off the bus at any of our stops around the city. Every evening, we have beautiful Panoramic Night Tours. 24 and 48 hour tickets are available. Big Bus can also accommodate private charters.
Located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, the de Young showcases American art from the 17th through 21st centuries, modern and contemporary art, photography, international textiles and costumes, and art from Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. The ninth-floor Observation Level of the de Young's Hamon Tower offers breathtaking 360-degree views of San Francisco and the Pacific Ocean. Open Tuesday-Sunday 930am-515pm, Fridays (March-November) until 845pm, Closed most Mondays and holidays. General admission tickets start at $15 for adults and discounts are available for seniors and students. Youth ages 17 and under are free. Free general admission the first Tuesday of the month. Special exhibition tickets available for additional price. Prices, hours and programs are subject to change. Please visit deyoungmuseum.org for detailed listing of current and upcoming special exhibitions, events, and educational offerings.
Built to commemorate Californian soldiers who died in World War I, the Legion of Honor displays a collection of more than 4,000 years of ancient and European art and houses the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts in a neoclassic building overlooking Lincoln Park and the Golden Gate Bridge. Multilingual tours available. Open Tuesday-Sunday 930am-515pm, Fridays (March-November) until 845pm, Closed most Mondays and holidays. General admission tickets start at $10 for adults and discounts are available for seniors and students. Youth ages 17 and under are free. Free general admission the first Tuesday of the month. Special exhibition tickets available for additional price. Prices, hours and programs are subject to change. Please visit legionofhonor.org for a detailed listing of current and upcoming special exhibitions, events, and educational offerings.
The Go San Francisco Card allows you to save up to 55% on admission to over 25 top attractions and tours for one low price vs. paying at the gate. Attractions include the Golden Gate Bridge Cruise, Hop-on Hop-off Trolley, California Academy of Sciences, Aquarium of the Bay, Exploratorium, Wine Country Tour & Tastings, and more. Enjoy the flexibility to choose attractions as you go and do as much as you want each day. Passes can be purchased online and are sent instantly via email. Plus, we now have an app! Simply download the app for FREE and use the pass straight from your phone. Each attraction will scan the QR code- it's as simple as that!
Add some inspiration to your next corporate event with Hornblower Cruises & Events. Plan an only-in-San Francisco experience complete with welcoming service, delicious cuisine and views of The Bay Area's most celebrated sites. Hornblower will help you plan the perfect cruise for an office party, team building activity, client entertaining event, or company holiday party. From food, to entertainment, to decor, we'll help you customize your package for an unforgettable cruise experience on the San Francisco Bay.