Hello San Francisco!
We’re excited to announce that Splacer is expanding to San Francisco, our first stop on the West Coast. We celebrated our launch in a beautiful bohemian setting with a delicious breakfast prepared by innovative Mexican Chef Norma Listman. The event marked the introduction of our monthly Breakfast Club series to the Bay Area. This unique space in one of our favorite neighborhoods is only one of many inspiring locations curated by our dedicated scouting team. Here’s a sneak peek of some of our other favorites:
This spectacular waterfront home designed by a renown architect features 280º views of San Francisco, Mt Tamalpais, and the Bay Bridge is available for the first time. Light, airy and modern, this meeting place inspires deep creative thinking and conversation. Available to book on Splacer.
The Interior is an ornate movie palace. The lobby features marble, guilt and chandeliers, and opens to a grand staircase to the balcony. The main theater features a lyrical mural above the proscenium arch painted by Albert Herter. The mural contains images of floating matadors and their senoritas. This space is a full service facility with a variety of modern event spaces with unlimited possibilities. The venue is available for broad range of special events including corporate meetings, private concerts, banquets, receptions, awards dinners and much more. Available to book on Splacer.
A curated Dolores Heights Victorian home and artist’s studio that offers multiple and flexible work and presentation spaces at walking distances to Dolores Park and the Valencia Corridor. This space can be used for a variety of events such as a pop-up dinner, photoshoot or a meeting. Available to book on Splacer.
A unique design studio home to a interior designer firm, studio collective & gallery. This open, light-filled, industrial gallery in the heart of the design district, can be transformed into anything from a pop-up to an off-site. Host a one-of-a-kind event in a space dedicated to creativity. Available to book on Splacer.