Ghirardelli Square’s transformation into an urban enclave of high-end retail, fine dining restaurants, wine tasting and the highly anticipated Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square, have finally been unveiled.
Choose from fabulous Seafood with an unparalleled view of the Bay at McCormick and Kuleto’s, classic southern comfort food at The Pub at Ghirardelli Square, or the nostalgic atmosphere of Lori’s Diner, a classic 50s style diner serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. For dessert, enjoy the original Ghirardelli Ice Cream, a San Francisco legend.
If you want to venture a little further out into the city, our Concierge Team would be delighted to assist with recommendations and reservations at the many fine dining establishments within the two mile radius of our chauffeured house car.
You can also visit Wine Country without leaving the square by visiting Wattle Creek Winery or Bluxome Street Winery for a memorable tasting experience. Come check out all of the changes happening at the Square today during your stay at Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square!
Enjoy world class service and culinary offerings in the privacy of your residence. Guests may choose from The Pub's Southern Style BBQ or Waxman's simply prepared California and Italian inspired dishes. To order please contact the concierge and they will be delighted to assist.
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Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop
The Ghirardelli Chocolate Company began its rich history of chocolate-making at Ghirardelli Square in 1852. Don't miss the Original Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Manufactory, an iconic piece of San Francisco history.
At the Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop you can view the original chocolate manufacturing equipment, indulge in Hot Fudge Sundaes, and sample one of their famous Chocolate Squares.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Caffe
Chocolate Factory, corner of Larkin Street
(415) 474 3938
McCormick and Kuleto’s
Located in historic Ghirardelli Square, McCormick and Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant offers panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, Angel Island, Alcatraz and Aquatic Park. McCormick and Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant has a warm, classic ambiance created by a 3-tiered dining room design and a rich décor of deep mahogany woods, unique lighting fixtures, classic brass accents and expansive windows with unparalleled views. At McCormick and Kuleto’s you’ll find gracious and professional service and fabulous food in a unique and exciting setting.
Ask about our private dining and catering.
(415) 929 1730 Main
(415) 929 8374 Banquets
Your new neighborhood Bar & Grill featuring Southern Style BBQ and a full bar! Featuring favorites like pulled pork, brisket, ribs and mac & cheese. Open late everyday--serving food until 1:30am daily. $3 Bud & Bud Lights ALWAYS!
Waxman’s in San Francisco’s historic Ghirardelli Square is under the culinary direction of Berkeley born-and-raised chef: Jonathan Waxman, and restaurateur Howard Greenstone. The eponymous restaurant’s menu highlights the Bay Area’s seasonality and ingredients in simply prepared California- and Italian-inspired dishes. Waxman’s offers a menu of ingredient-driven pastas, wood roasted farm stand vegetables, meats and fish and fresh salads featuring local bounty. The menu will reflect what Northern California farmers and purveyors have in season each day. Waxman’s contains a few distinctive dining areas from warm and casual to stylish and elegant, as well as an all season partially covered outdoor dining room.
(415) 636 9700
Wattle Creek Winery
Wattle Creek has brought Sonoma Wine Country to the city! If you can’t make it north to Wattle Creek’s Alexander Valley winery, come visit their Ghirardelli tasting room!
Discover what happens when amazing winemaking and sublime terroir come together. You’ll have the opportunity to sample all of Wattle Creek’s award winning and limited release wines!
(415) 359 1206
Bluxome Street Winery
It’s a little known fact that California winemaking started not in Napa or Sonoma, but right here in San Francisco—SOMA, to be exact. At the time, SOMA was called South of the Slot (the slot being the cable car line that ran down Market Street) and it was both a dashing and dastardly place to behold. Home to heroes and scoundrels, artists and working men, familiar to the likes of Isadora Duncan and Jack London, SOMA was the stuff of legend—not to mention the birthplace of great wine. In fact, dozens of wineries and commercial cellars called SOMA home. Sadly, the 1906 earthquake ended many of the dreams in this neck of the woods, and whatever spark remained alive was quickly snuffed by the 18th Amendment. Until now, that is.
(415) 543 5353