550 Geary Street (between Taylor and Jones Streets)
The Hotel Adagio is easily accessible by public transportation. The 38/38L busline travels up Geary (and down O'Farrell), the 2 and 3 buses travel up Post and down Sutter (1 and 2 blocks up from Geary, respectively) and the 27 bus goes up Jones near the hotel. The hotel is a short walk from the Cable Car line on Powell and also from the Powell Street Muni Metro/BART station and all Market Street transit.
By Car From the Golden Gate Bridge
After crossing the bridge, take US 101 to Lombard Street and turn right on Van Ness Avenue towards Civic Center. Turn left at Bush St., turn right on Mason St. and then turn right onto Geary, the hotel will be on your right.
BY car From the Bay Bridge
After crossing the bridge, take the Fremont St. exit and turn left onto Fremont St. Turn left onto Mission Street and right at 3rd Street. You will turn left onto Geary right after crossing Market Street and proceed up to 550 Geary.
By Car From the peninsula via 101
Take US101 North and exit at 7th Street, and veer left onto 7th St. Turn right onto Folsom Street. Turn Left at 6th Street and as you cross Market Street veer to your right onto Taylor Street. Turn left at Geary Street and the hotel will be on your right.
The two largest and closest parking garages are the Union Square Garage, located at 333 Post between Powell and Stockton and the Ellis-O'Farrell garage at 123 O'Farrell. There are other smaller garages around the area as well.
562 Sutter St.
Features a cozy setting and the Seasonal Cuisine of Executive Chef Evan Crandall. From fresh salads to grilled sandwiches, to house-made pasta and ethnic-inspired dishes from around the globe, Café Andrée has something for everyone.
450 Post St. (between Powell, Mason)
Seafood is the focus here. Chef Mark Franz makes magical dishes like crab and sea urchin gratin in a setting that's equally as magical. Credit cards accepted, full bar, reservations recommended.
501 Geary St. (at Taylor)
Chef Victor Scargle serves fine eclectic French food. Decor is quite grand and whimsical. Credit cards accepted, full bar, open late.
20 Cosmo Place (off Taylor, between Post and Sutter)
Beautiful tropical plantation feeling matches the very good Vietnamese food. Start with spare ribs, then move on to sea bass in banana leaves. Gracious service. Credit cards accepted, full bar, open late.
The most convenient hotel for this particular venue is the Hotel Adagio itself. The information for the Hotel Adagio as well as other great hotels in the area can be found at www.sftrips.com.