700 Howard at Third St.
The YBCA Theater is the home of our Dance Series. The 755-seat state-of-the-art theater is located at the Center for Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens on the eastern edge of the Garden Esplanade bordering Third Street, between Mission and Howard Streets. The center is just a short walk from the Powell or Montgomery BART/Muni stations. Surrounding Yerba Buena Gardens are Moscone Convention Center, major hotels, galleries, and restaurants.
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The Center is just a short walk from the Powell or Montgomery BART/Muni stations.
By Car from the Golden Gate Bridge
Follow Lombard Street turning right on Van Ness Avenue and proceed south two miles to City Hall. Turn left on Grove Street and proceed 3 blocks to Market Street. Cross Market to 8th Street and then one block later turn left to Mission Street. Proceed east on Mission to Third Street where you'll find the Center on the right.
By car from the Bay Bridge
Take the Fremont Street exit to Howard Street. Turn left on Howard and proceed about three blocks to Third. You'll see the Center's Theater on the right at Third and Howard
By Car from the Peninsula via 101
From the Fourth Street exit proceed onto Bryant Street, then turn left at Third Street. You'll find Center for the Arts along the left side of Third Street between Howard and Mission.
A dozen parking lots and two major garages for over 4,000 cars are all within one block of the center.
661 Howard St. (near Hawthorne Lane)
Even with a chef change, the Spanish food remains wonderful here. Great fish cheeks, fried potatoes, ice cream cones with chocolate mousse.
181 Third St. (at Howard, in W Hotel)
TRACE at W San Francisco is committed to creating a thoughtful culinary experience by fusing the vibrant personality of the Bay Area with a dedication to responsible food. Our high-quality cuisine is prepared from locally sourced and sustainable ingredients—or obtained through partners with sustainable practices. We hope you'll enjoy your meal, which can be confidently traced back to its natural origins.