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Introhive's Guide to Eating and Drinking in San Francisco

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Dreamforce is a blur: 1000s of people, hundreds of sessions, dozens of parties and zero spare time. The Dreamforce app does a great job of keeping you organized at the event but ya gotta eat. We …

Dreamforce is a blur: 1000s of people, hundreds of sessions, dozens of parties and zero spare time. The Dreamforce app does a great job of keeping you organized at the event but ya gotta eat. We thought we’d collect our Dreamforce veterans in a room and get their insider tips to keeping you fed and your spirits high. We tried to pick spots that may not be on your radar or are part of the regular Dreamforce circuit. Enjoy!


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  • 1. INTROHIVE’S GUIDE TO EATING & DRINKING IN SAN FRANCISCO Dreamforce is a blur: 1000s of people, hundreds of sessions, dozens of parties and zero spare time. The Dreamforce app does a great job of keeping you organized at the event but ya gotta eat. We thought we’d collect our Dreamforce veterans in a room and get their insider tips to keeping you fed and your spirits high. We tried to pick spots that may not be on your radar or are part of the regular Dreamforce circuit. Enjoy! AWESOME GREAT BREAKFAST SPOTS Dreamforce days are jam packed, so getting started with a good breakfast and a stellar coffee are even more important than usual: DELICIOUS LUNCH DINNER Whether it’s a quick bite or you need a break from the crowds these are good bets close by: Here are four good suggestions for nights you want to fly without reservations or are trying some different: SPOTS SPOTS Samovar Tea Lounge Dottie’s Yes it gets a lot of hype but it deserves it. Great food and crazy portions Where Are They? 28 6th St, San Francisco Anchor and Hope A hidden oasis nearby Dreamforce in Yuerba Beuna Gardens. Interesting menu and a great patio if the sun is shining. Where Are They? 750 Howard St, San Francisco Big room, great seafood and they can often accommodate last minute diners during Dreamforce. Where Are They? 83 Minna St, San Francisco The Palace Hotel Have an important breakfast meeting? This is the spot to do it. A beautiful room with lots of space between tables to talk. Where Are They? 2 New Montgomery St, San Francisco The Plant Café Visit anyone of the locations in the city for a healthy and fresh breakfast. It’ll make up for the damage you may have done the night before. Metreon Food Court It’s a zoo but there’s a ton of choice and you can’t beat the convenience. Where Are They? 135 4th St, San Francisco The restaurants at Nieman Marcus Where Are They? 101 California St, San Francisco One posh the other less so. Both super convenient and out of the fray. Where Are They? 150 Stockton Street San Francisco The Grove Zero Zero This place is jammed at lunch and for drinks but is perfect for grabbing a quick preDreamforce bite. You’ll never get reservations in the evening during Dreamforce so come for lunch and enjoy perfect pizza and apps. Where Are They? 826 Folsom St, San Francisco Where Are They? 690 Mission St, San Francisco BEER BEER BEER. We have a lot of beer nerds in our crowd so we spend a lot of time seeking out the best beer list in town. Here’s a few we love... Osha Thai A few convenient locations and quick service make this the spot for pre-party dinner or something last minute. Where Are They? 311 3rd Street San Francisco Sens Hidden away nearby Embarcadero with a lot of seating this Mediterranean spot always seems to find a table during busy nights. Where Are They? 4 Embarcadero Center Promenade Level San Francisco Mission Bowl Club Bowling alley, restaurant or bar? It’s all three and it’s a fun and unusual spot to hang out with friends. Where Are They? 3176 17th St, San Francisco Rogue Ale House Le Trappe Café The San Francisco outpost of the Portland brewery has an awesome list of their own and guest beers in an unpretentious and fun spot. Where Are They? 673 Union St, San Francisco There are beer nerds and then there are Belgian beer nerds. This place is a shrine to all things Belgian beer in a really cool subterranean bar. Where Are They? 800 Greenwich St, San Francisco Twenty First Amendment Brewing Company Loud, buzzy and great beer plus a menu with all of the pub faves. We go often. Where Are They? 563 2nd St, San Francisco www.introhive.com Magnolia Gastroub A beer list that’s matched with a great menu makes this a perfect off the beaten path choice. Where Are They? 1398 Haight St, San Francisco