Rediscover a San Francisco Architectural Icon at NightAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Looking for a glamorous date night with your love or your bestie? Join San Francisco’s historic Palace Hotel at The Garden Court at Night! fete, as they celebrate the reopening of the gorgeous dining room after being closed at night, for a decade. 1909 marked the reopening of the Palace Hotel, when the new Palace unveiled The Garden Court, a beautifully designed room that served as the lounge area where the who’s who would meet to socialize. The evenings were alive with guests enjoying appetizers and cocktails before they ventured out for dinner in Downtown San Francisco.
Once again, San Franciscans and guests alike can gather Monday through Sunday from 5:00PM to 10:00PM under the moonlit glass dome and shimmering chandeliers to enjoy delicious bites, a wine list that explores uncommon regions and creative cocktails. It’s a bit of Palace history with a modern twist.
The Garden Court at Night is open Monday through Sunday from 5:00PM to 10:00PM. Reservations are not required. For more information please visit sfpalace.com.
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