Located on the fourth floor of the iconic METREON, City View lives up to its name with floor to ceiling windows revealing an unobstructed view of San Francisco’s renowned cityscape. Between the expansive 18,000 square-foot interior and 12,000 square-foot outdoor terrace, whether it’s a product launch or conference, cocktail party or wedding, City View at METREON makes every event a special occasion.
How Weird Street FaireDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis Howard St at 2nd St San Francisco, CA 94105
The How Weird Street Faire is a unique peace event based in San Francisco. It is a project of the non-profit World Peace Through Technology Organization, showing that in spite of our differences, we all dance to the same beat.. You can find more information at http://HowWeird.org
How Weird is a spectacle of cosmic art, music, and motion unlike anything you've experienced before, the greatest street faire in the galaxy!
How Weird is the start of the San Francisco festival season. Explore the furtile breeding ground for unexpected inspiration and cutting-edge innovation. Be creative at the expanding Art Alley, a vortex of varied expressions. Make new connections, and reconnect with old ones. Together, we will boldly go where no street faire has gone before.
The How Weird Street Faire showcases the full spectrum of electronic dance music styles, using advanced sound technology to fill the streets of San Francisco with the vibrations of peace and the frequencies of fun.
Join us as we journey through the cosmos in search of new and exciting experiences, expanding our perspective to the universal scale.
District is a wine bar and lounge located in the SOMA/South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. We are 1 block from ATT Park and the 4th Street Cal Train station.
We are pleased to offer over 40 wines by the glass and taste along with a more extensive private reserve list. Our wine list consists of unique, high quality labels from around the world. The selections are divided between New World and Old World grapes and styles, providing a wide range of varietals, terroir, climate and winemaking techniques.
Our dinner menu has been carefully selected to enhance your wine tasting experience with small, shareable plates that pair well with our wine list. Everything on the menu is made in-house with fresh ingredients from local purveyors and artisans.
Club X is a 18+ nightclub located in San Francisco, operating every Friday night. We spin EDM and Top 40 on our two dance floors.
Women: Classy outfits are encouraged; dress to impress.
Men: We do not allow hats, shorts, jerseys or flip-flops. Nice jeans with a collared shirt are both encouraged,
*Admission requires a valid, hard-copy government ID.
SPiN, the original ping pong social club merging sport, design and art, founded in NYC, is bringing their balls to the Bay! The new location at 690 Folsom will feature 12,000 sq ft of ping pong pandemonium with 17 tables, a private VIP lounge, a full restaurant and a unique San Francisco cocktail program. Our artwork features original pieces by world-renowned street artists such as Shepard Fairey, Stikki Peaches, Pemex & Rpes and many more. Fully equipped for live music , performances and DJs, SPiN will be ultimate nightlife destination to bring entertainment, social interaction and a little healthy competition to spice up your typical night in San Francisco. To learn more about SPiN, check out www.wearespin.com.
The Metreon is a shopping center located in downtown San Francisco at the corner of 4th Street and Mission Street. It is a four-story 350,000 square foot (33,000 m²) building built over the corner of the underground Moscone Center convention center. Metreon opened on June 16, 1999, as the first of a proposed chain of Sony "urban entertainment centers", aggregating dining, gaming, music, exhibitions, shopping, and movies. Sony intended the ambitious 85 million dollar project to be not only a theme park and gallery for Sony products but also a way to reinforce a sophisticated image for the Sony brand.In 2006 Metreon was sold to Westfield, a mall developer, and it was refashioned as a food-oriented mall. In 2011, with few exceptions, remaining businesses in the mall were closed. Westfield began a major renovation with an emphasis on dining, including Target Corporation creating a large downtown department store that now takes up the second floor. In April, 2012, the Westfield sold the Metreon to Starwood Capital Group. Westfield currently continues to be responsible for management.HistoryThe Metreon's original attractions included a movie theater including both standard and IMAX screens, a multimedia edutainment presentation involving audio-animatronics and 3-D film based on the famous book The Way Things Work by David Macaulay, a play area for young children based on Maurice Sendak's popular children's book Where the Wild Things Are (sharing a floor with an In the Night Kitchen themed restaurant), and an arcade and bar, the Airtight Garage, based on French comic artist and graphic designer Jean "Moebius" Giraud's graphic novel of the same name and featuring all original games.
Super Bowl Experience Moscone CenterDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 747 Howard St San Francisco, CA 94103
Smuin Ballet pushes the boundaries of contemporary ballet within a distinctly American style, combining classical ballet training, technique, and artistry with uncommon physicality and expression. Smuin offers audiences an experience of ballet that is entertaining, evocative, and original.
Debuting in San Francisco in 1994, Smuin Ballet immediately established itself as one of the Bay Area’s most eagerly watched performing arts companies of international acclaim, performing to sold-out houses on U.S. and European tours. Michael Smuin’s singular philosophy to create pieces, which merge the diverse vocabularies of classical ballet and contemporary dance has served as the Company’s touchstone since its inception.
Since 2008, Artistic Director Celia Fushille’s vision includes sustaining and increasing the Company’s reputation for presenting compelling and innovative repertoire, as well as attracting new audiences to the medium. Smuin Ballet continues to showcase Michael Smuin’s work, while enriching its impressive repertoire with contemporary choreographic voices, commissioning world premieres and collaborating with inventive choreographers from around the world.
More than 30,000 people enjoy Smuin Ballet performances each season, performing more than 60 shows during its regular season in San Francisco, Walnut Creek, Mountain View, San Mateo, and Carmel. Now in its 22nd season, Smuin Ballet is one of Northern California’s leading non-profit dance companies, cementing its place at the forefront of the Bay Area arts scene.
MasqueroticaDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 525 Harrison St (Between Essex and 1st) San Francisco, CA 94103
Few parties come along even in our great city with so many awesome offerings under one roof on one night. Live music and DJ's, straight and gay, sexy and silly, vanilla and benignly edgy. Those looking for something spectacular, fun and outside the norm need look no further. The Bay Area's finest come together in costume, music, dance and spectacle to bask in amazing decor & eclectic entertainment from the Co-Creators of Sea Of Dreams NYE, HowWeird St Fair, Opulent Temple & SF Lovevolution.
Formerly Archstone South Market Apartments, SoMa Square Apartments represents the complete residential living experience. Located in the sleek and fashionable SoMa neighborhood, this community is an oasis in the heart of the city.