As you may have noticed lately, I have been featuring travel posts about the great city of San Francisco. Well with summer around the corner and vacation plans already in the works, I know there is a lot of California dreaming going on in the Valley.
When jet-setting to the gorgeous “city by the bay” with unparalleled sights, I invite you to take your fine dining experience to new heights and enjoy great fare with a side of jaw-dropping views at any one of these high-rise hotspots in San Francisco!
Grand Hyatt’s Grandviews Restaurant
Make your way to the Grand Hyatt’s special elevator and press number 36 for a view like no other of San Francisco. When you arrive at the top prepare for an eyeful of the city, including sights of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Nob Hill and more. The Hyatt’s award-winning chefs will dazzle the palate with American cuisine tinged with a touch of French flair. Ascend to the Grandviews Restaurant for breakfast, lunch, dinner or cocktails.
For more information, please visit grandsanfrancisco.hyatt.com.
Top of the Mark
Head to the 19th floor of the esteemed InterContinental Mark Hopkins to take in the panoramic and picturesque view of this jewel of a city. After enjoying the skyline, be sure to take a look at their martini list as it is more notable than the cuisine. From its lofty heights, Top of the Mark is crowned one of the 26 “World’s Best Hotel Bars” by Forbes.com. Aside from the tasty drinks and amazing vistas, this view sanctuary also features lively entertainment Tuesday through Saturday.
For more information, please visit www.intercontinentalmarkhopkins.com.
Medjool’s Sky Terrace
Medjool’s Sky Terrace, located in the Mission, is a breath of fresh air for worldly dining in a unique atmosphere. You will be passing tapas-style Mediterranean dishes around the table while feasting your eyes on the 360-degree view of San Francisco. Take it all in.
For more information, please visit www.medjoolsf.com.