With December quickly approaching, it’s high time you get your butt in gear and start planning this year’s holiday party. Dates start getting grabbed up in early October, so it’s important to stay ahead of the curve. We’ve rounded up some amazing suggestions if you need a little inspiration to get you into the planning mindset. So without further ado, here are four great San Francisco venues for corporate holiday parties.
This waterfront dining destination not only provides you with delicious seafood fare, but also sweeping scenic bay views. Slurp down some oysters and drink champagne as you celebrate the holiday season. Mission Rock Resort offers a few different sized private rooms too, if your company size doesn’t warrant a full-buyout!
The Barrel Room’s commitment to quality, sommelier-selected wines is reason enough to put this venue on the top of list, but if you still need convincing, take a look at its gorgeous Speakeasy Library. The library lounge has an upright piano, fireplace, antique furniture and a renovated bank vault to make you feel like you’re sneaking away to an underground speakeasy. Tell your guests it’s a roaring 20’s theme and you’re all set for a memorable evening.
If your company is the type to throw back some drinks and break it down on the dancefloor, Monroe should be at the top of your list. Dramatic artwork and lush sofa seating give Monroe it’s sexy, sophisticated lounge vibe that’s perfect for a laid back or upbeat evening. Plus, Monroe has two bars so no one’s glass will be empty!
For a more laidback crowd, head over to Pedro’s Cantina - a Mexican bar and restaurant situated in a converted warehouse. With colorful decor and tons of high def TVs, Pedro’s Cantina is the perfect place to sit back and down a few margs. Check out their semi-private mezzanine with it’s own private bar for smaller parties!
The holidays are quickly approaching so get to planning sooner rather than later! You don’t want your favorite spots to fill up. For more great holiday party venues, click the button below:
For more holiday party planning tips, check out our blog posts on Tips for Throwing a Company Holiday Party.