Visit Club 101 for some true American comfort food smack dab in the middle of San Rafael's San Rafael.
Is it healthy? Yes. Is it gluten-free? Yes. What are you waiting for? Come to Club 101.
Be sure to complete your meal at Club 101 with a drink from the restaurant's full bar.
Club 101 caters to all party sizes, both large and small.
Club 101 provides seasonal outdoor seating — be sure to grab a chair before it's too late.
The restaurant tends to blast tunes over an already rambunctious crowd, so be ready for thunderous noise here.
The restaurant can get full to bursting on a busy Friday or Saturday night, so the safest bet is to call ahead for a reservation.
Whether you're coming from work or a ballgame, the dress code at laid-back Club 101 is come-as-you-are.
Club 101 can also cater your next party; call today for details.
Guests can park for free in the adjoining lot.
You can take it easy on your wallet at Club 101 — prices are generally less than $30 per person.
Pisco Latin Lounge: A User's Guide
Peruvian Small Plates | Classic Pisco Punch | Extensive Wine List | Gluten-Free Menu
Ceviche a la peruana with hamachi and sweet-potato chips
Quinoa risotto balls with romesco salsa
Parrillada platter with churrasco, lamb lollipops, and pork belly
Pisco Punch with pineapple gomme and macerated pineapple
The Name: Pisco is a Peruvian grape brandy, popularized in San Francisco for its use in sweet punches.
The Chef: James Schenk’s mother is originally from Peru, and he draws on that culture to create menus at Pisco Latin Lounge and Destino, the larger restaurant next door.
Awards and Accolades
The nation’s first dedicated pisco bar, according to Examiner.com
Praised by Zagat for its “strong, innovative cocktails”
Named one of the Top 10 Lounge Restaurants in the city by Gayot
Churrascaria: Brazilian-style barbecuing where the meat is skewered and cooked over an open flame or on a grill; the meat itself is called churrasco.
Gomme syrup: a simple-syrup-like mixture of sugar, water, and gum arabic, commonly used as a sweetener in mixed drinks.
While You're in the Neighborhood
Before: Browse mid-century furnishings, collectibles, and apparel at Stuff (150 Valencia Street).
After: Belt out tunes at The Mint karaoke lounge (1942 Market Street).
With a stay at Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, you'll be centrally located in San Francisco, steps from Museum of Craft and Folk Art and 77 Geary Galleries. This 5-star hotel is close to Academy of Art University and Lombard Street.
Make yourself at home in one of the 277 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and LCD televisions. Cable programming and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, with wired and wireless Internet access available for a surcharge. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and desks, as well as direct-dial phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. You're sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including a health club, an indoor pool, and a sauna. This hotel also features wireless Internet access (surcharge), a concierge desk, and babysitting/childcare.
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include high-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge), a 24-hour business center, and business services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms and banquet facilities. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite, and additional parking (subject to charges) can be found nearby.
Those who shudder at the thought of a stuffy "dinner and dancing" date will be pleasantly surprised at Infusion Lounge. The surprises begin on the menu, a roster of Pan-Asian food created by Chef Evan Turner. Finger foods such as mini burgers slathered with wasabi aioli graduate into refined entrees, such as tea-scented coconut ribs with papaya-mango salad. The cocktail list similarly refreshes the senses, with lychee liqueur and pur?e adding an Eastern element to the classic bellini and bartenders spicing lemon-drop cocktails with a hint of ginger liqueur. The dining room's decor matches the striking menu; dim, red lighting casts an otherworldly glow over translucent columns as diners converse at white-clothed tables.
All dinner guests receive a complimentary entry to Infusion's dance floor, yet another mod, surreal space. Here, orange and red neon light illuminates abstract, green latticework reminiscent of the vines in Pablo Picasso's garden. A steady stream of DJs and live music keeps feet moving, proving why Infusion Lounge was named an Open Table Diners? Choice winner in the Good for Groups and Vibrant Bar Scene categories.
Five Things to Know About Sugar Cafe
Sugar Cafe has a split personality, and that’s a big part of what makes it so cool. This popular spot’s ambiance and menu change completely depending on what time of day you visit. Here are a few more tips to help you navigate this enigmatic eatery:
It’s a café by day. Throughout the morning and early afternoon, sunlight floods through the front windows as guests indulge in house-roasted coffees, breakfast pastries, and seasonal sandwiches and salads.
It’s a lounge by night. Once evening arrives, Sugar Cafe transitions into a hip lounge. Though there’s no giant red button that someone presses to make this happen, you can tell the transformation’s complete when servers start doling out savory small plates, glasses of wine, and inventive cocktails.
The decor is striking. A nine-foot-wide fireplace is the café’s centerpiece, but the high ceilings, leather couches, and granite bars and columns are eye-catchers, as well. Despite its ultramodern appearance, the space retains a cozy vibe thanks, in part, to a friendly staff.
There are three distinct spaces. You can even rent them out for private parties.
Free WiFi is available.
Featured on Travel Channel's Feed the Beast and hailed as the area's Best White Trash Diner by SF Weekly, Butter reunites patrons with deep-fried and microwaveable specialties reminiscent of afterschool indulgences. The full bar and restaurant pairs its premium well drinks and 16-ounce tall cans with dishes including tater tots, mini corn dogs, and deep-fried pog slammers. Chefs infuse cocktails with grape and strawberry sodas, and pillage a pantry to turn up desserts including twinkies and deep-fried peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches. In the midst of glowing beer signs and traditional bar décor, a Winnebago emerges from the wall guided by neon headlights. Against this backdrop, Butter hosts a regular array of themed parties such as retro Fridays, house music Saturdays, and karaoke Sundays.