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San Francisco Restaurants with Private Rooms

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on May 17, 2017 10:00:00 AM
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I love a good after work happy hour. Take the team out, let off some steam and catch those low prices for once. It's a great way to enjoy your teammates and coworkers without making it a big deal. Even though I can get down with the bar events, I'm also a fan of exclusivity. I'm talkin' private rooms. 

Spoil your clients or teammates with a dinner that will make them feel like royalty. Check out some of these San Francisco restaurants with private rooms the next time you want to treat the team. 

Private Kotatsu Room - Ozumo 

Photo of Private Kotatsu Room at Ozumo

Take a good, hard look at this room. If you're trying to impress clients or seal the deal on a business endeavor, this is a great choice. The Private Katatsu Room at Ozumo can comfortably seat up to 12 people, and it's tucked away from the other restaurant attendees. Enjoy laughs and intimate conversation over Sake and Japanese cuisine. If the Kotatsu Room isn't for you, Ozumo also has a Private Sake Tasting Room that can seat up to 10. 

 

Marie's Room - Palacio Restaurant

Photo of the Palacio Restaurant exterior

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Marie's Room at Palacio Restaurant is taking private dining to the next level. Draw the curtains to truly escape from the rest of the world. Additionally, the room is equipt with lighting controls, technlogy for audio & visual presentations and its own bathroom! You'll have no reason to leave the space during your event. To add to the ambiance, Palacio Restaurant is located in a historic Victorian mansion. Wow your guests at this beautiful venue! 

 

Blue Fox Room - Alfred's Steakhouse

Photo of the Blue Fox Room at Alfred's Steakhouse

If you're bringing your department out for dinner or hosting a bigger celebration, the Blue Fox Room at Alfred's Steakhouse can accommodate your needs. The room can sit groups up to 22 and is located adjacent a reception area (perfect for a cocktail hour and seated meal). Don't shy away from inviting your guests with dietary restrictions, the cuisine goes beyond your typical steakhouse menu. If you're looking for a smaller private dining area, the Blue Kit Room seats 12!

 

Escape the crowded bars and loud happy hours with an event in a private dining room. Your guests will appreciate the gesture. Plus, you'll never have to worry about that obnoxious drunk guy infiltrating your party. Check out some of our other venues in San Francisco by clicking the button below! 

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Topics: Venues, San Francisco