Event Rental Services in Tenderloin


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  • Marrakech Magic Theater
    The Three Faces of Marrakech Magic Theater Peter Morrison Peter Morrison is the consummate performer. He's charismatic and charming, and his witty, but clean comedy makes his magic show something the whole family can enjoy. Peter's passion for magic shines through during his 75-minute shows, where, donned in a tuxedo, he performs everything from sleight-of-hand card tricks to cutting-edge illusions that leave viewers scratching their heads. Pre-Show in Sultan's Oasis The doors to Marrakech Magic Theater open one hour prior to every show. During this time, guests are invited to gather for cocktails and appetizers inside the Moroccan-style Sultan's Oasis lounge. But this isn't just any pre-show gathering—Peter visits with every group, getting to know his guests by name and performing magic tricks up-close-and-personal. It's a rare case of a performer doubling as his opening act, and it starts the evening on a friendly note. Intimate Parlor-Style Theater The theater’s intimate 45-person setup means there's not a bad seat in the house, placing all attendees mere feet from the stage. Subtle touches throughout make visits all the more enjoyable, starting with a candlelit entryway and continuing into the ornate, red-colored lounge. The elegant design might have you assuming the theater has been that way for decades, but think again: Peter did it all himself, right down to the chandeliers.
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    419 Ofarrell St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Velvet Room at the Clift Hotel
    Many hotels offer a standard continental breakfast, but the Clift Hotel isn?t standard. Inside the Clift?s regal structure sits the Velvet Room, where guests can begin their days with breakfasts of smoked salmon with caviar cr?me fraiche and omelets flecked with dandelion greens or truffle cheese. Executive chef Thomas Weibull devises the menu, culling ingredients for his seasonal dishes from local farmers and purveyors, along with the b?arnaise springs behind his house. At dinner, he might serve plates of roasted bone marrow or homemade lobster mac and cheese. The rustic and artful dishes match the d?cor: tall velvet curtains line the walls, and hand-blown Murano glass lamps glow upon tables and red leather banquettes.
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    495 Geary St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Owl Tree
    Find quick familiar favorites at Owl Tree, where beloved American cuisine is served with a side of hand-clapping from even the harshest food critics. Skip the salad and grab some greasy goodness at Owl Tree where they have their priorities straight: taste trumps everything. On gameday, come here to cheer your team to victory and watch every triumph on the big screen. At Owl Tree, you can dine with your immediate family and your extended family due to the easy seating for large parties. Fridays and Saturdays really bring in the crowds, so make sure there's space for you by calling ahead for a reservation. Can't find your khakis? No problem! Throw on a pair of your most comfortable jeans and you'll blend right in at Owl Tree. Owl Tree's diners can score a street parking spot just a short walk away. For food that tastes like a million bucks, Owl Tree's got you covered for a fraction of the price.
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    601 Post St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Le Colonial
    Le Colonial's front door may be the closest thing to a time machine in downtown San Francisco. Spread across two levels, the restaurant embraces the cuisine and aesthetic of French Vietnam in the 1920s. "Picture slowly spinning ceiling fans, tropical plants, rattan furniture, and French colonial decor," Frommer's says. Along with the dining room's pressed-tin ceiling and the bar's decorative bamboo birdcages, these accents contribute to an atmosphere that mimics a stately French plantation in Vietnam. The chefs forge recipes that demonstrate the fusion of French and Vietnamese cultures while still incorporating ingredients from Bay Area farms. Brussels sprouts arrive glazed with sweet-chili sauce, and the twice-cooked pork belly is accompanied by pickled bok choy, quail egg, and savory truffle oil. The extensive wine list doesn't feature any bottles from Vietnam, but it does include a fair number from France as well as representatives from the New World and Atlantis. Though the courtyard and the main-level dining room invite diners to linger and enjoy their meals, the upstairs lounge area strives to create a livelier atmosphere. The tropically themed room hosts live bands and house DJs throughout the week. It invites guests to lose themselves in another time and place while still enjoying the creature comforts of a fully stocked bar and a pulsing sound system.
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    20 Cosmo Pl
    San Francisco, CA US
  • DeBoudoir
    DeBoudoir photographers specialize in setting their clients at ease, carefully directing poses and maneuvering lighting to elicit flattering shots that smack of self-confidence. During trademark boudoir sessions, subjects wear sumptuous lingerie or drape their nude frames strategically in sheepskins and blankets before posing in-studio or on the beach. DeBoudoir tweaks this photo formula for its other services, which include engagement sessions and pinup shoots, during which subjects wear stylish vintage garb. DeBoudoir's lingerie boutiques brim with corsets and accessories such as hats, gloves, and thigh high stockings. Lingerie, meanwhile, runs the gamut from negligees to underthings more delicate than an aging movie starlet?s ego.
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    755 Sutter Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Ruby Skye
    In Focus: Ruby Skye What this club’s known for: performances by big-name EDM DJs and the occasional live band Select alumni: Deadmau5, LMFAO, Alicia Keys, Prince In a past life, the venue was this: the Stage Door movie theater, which hosted the world premiere of Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo What’s changed since then: There’s now an immersive audiovisual system with laser lighting. What hasn’t changed: Art Nouveau architectural details such as ornate moldings, archways, and railings Pro tip: Buy tickets online ahead of time, since the cover charge is steeper at the door.
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    420 Mason St
    San Francisco, CA US