Our Hotspots

Here's where you'll find us - and where we hope to find you - when not stepping out with The Supper Club.

Black Cat

400 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94109

Black Cat is located in the heart of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, the historic arts and entertainment district once home to great supper clubs and fabled jazz venues such as Blackhawk. Tapping into that legacy, Black Cat is a refined social dining experience featuring a modern American supper club menu. Also known for their vivacious cocktail program, Black Cat serves up a mix of classic cocktails and seasonal signatures, all artfully executed. Their 90-bottle wine list, curated by Wine Director Eugenio Jardim, highlights international and artisanal varietals including unique grower-producer champagnes.


The Treasury

200 Bush Street, Suite 10, San Francisco, CA 94104

The Treasury is an elegant cocktail bar & lounge in the heart of San Francisco’s bustling Financial District. Featuring an experienced trio of bartenders and chefs that offer this grand cocktail bar with housemade mixers and a thoughtfully curated wine and beer list, plus elevated New American small plates served in opulent digs, The Treasury has received consistent rave reviews. With soaring ceilings, marble archways, mosaic tiles, bulbs strung on gleaming chains and gilded accents throughout, the swanky bank vault–inspired interior recalls Gatsby with a modern twist.



888 Brannan Street, San Francisco, California 94103

Inspired by the regional cuisines and traditions of Spain, Bellota’s Executive Chef Ryan McIlwraith crafts an eclectic menu of meats grilled on a wood-fired hearth, inventive paellas, Old World stews, fresh seafood, medium-sized tapas, imported charcuterie and cheeses, as well as slow-roasted vegetable dishes. The Spanish-focused cocktail menu from Jonny Raglin, Director of Bars at The Absinthe Group and co-creator of Comstock Saloon, features Spain’s cocktail of choice, gin tonic. The all-Spanish wine list, curated by Ian Becker, Wine Director of The Absinthe Group, emphasizes small producers and growers, and features sherry on tap.



360 Jessie St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Marianne’s is a hidden gem located in the semi-secret back room of The Cavalier. This hidden speakeasy has become the respite of choice for bold names in the tech industry. Step inside Marianne’s purple walls with leather and zebra-print couches to lounge upon, designed to invoke the style of Marianne Faithfull, and enjoy elevated bar snacks and an inspired cocktail program.


Dirty Habit

Hotel Zelos San Francisco, 12 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Perched five floors above the streets of San Francisco's bustling SOMA district, Dirty Habit is an intimate hideaway for those seeking an inventive and sociable drinking and dining atmosphere. Helmed by Chef Thomas Weibull, this bar-centric concept plays host to shareable, seasonal cuisine and a creative craft cocktail menu with an emphasis on rare brown spirits.


Comstock Saloon

155 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133

Although it’s not new, we love Comstock Saloon on a cold winter’s night. The booths are cozy and inviting, plus the cocktails are so strong that you can’t help but warm up. A jazz band brings to mind an older era, where time slowed down and no one was worried about answering emails. Order a Southside, Hot Toddy, or the bartender’s whimsy, you won’t be disappointed as the libations are always excellent at this New Orleans-inspired North Beach watering hole.


Pagan Idol

375 Bush St, San Francisco, CA 94104

This over-the-top tiki bar in downtown San Francisco is the stuff island dreams are made of. There are three separate rooms and two bars all decorated to the nines. The first room makes you feel like your inside a ship sailing to a tropical destination. The second room is straightup tiki with a steaming volcano that erupts every so often. The third space has a twinkling starlit ceiling, a waterfall, and huts for groups. Elaborate rum cocktails are on the agenda, so be prepared to toast with a frozen daiquiri or mai tai.


Benjamin Cooper

398 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Star bartenders Brian Felley and Mo Hodges hit a homerun when they opened Benjamin Cooper, a tiny, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it watering hole just off of Union Square. It has a dark and moody vibe with a classic old-fashioned atmosphere. On the menu? Superb craft cocktails with housemade ingredients and artisanal spirits. Raw oysters are also available—if you’re in the mood for an aphrodisiac.



482 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA 94102

From the team behind beloved Hayes Valley watering hole, Brass Tacks, comes Anina. It’s located directed next door to Brass Tacks, but boasts a large outdoor patio with picnic tables—the ideal place to see and be seen on a sunny San Francisco afternoon. The decor is bright and eclectic and the cocktails hand-crafted and delicious. With a group? Order a bowl of punch—the Southern Hospitality with bourbon, black tea, peach, lemon and soda, is a crowd-pleaser. Another house specialty? Spritzes. The piña spritz, a concoction of pineapple rum, banana liqueur, lemon, and prosecco, is to die for. But be warned, they go down and easy and before you know it, you may have had one to many!


The Big 4

1075 California St, San Francisco, CA 94108

While representing the core of old-money San Francisco, The Big 4 is anything but old news. Located in the Scarlet Huntington Hotel, the green leather banquettes, old paintings and grand piano create a historic feel.

With classic drinks like the Vesper and Daiquiri joined by barrel-aged options (including an Old Pal and Loretto), and riffs on a Last Word (with mezcal) you will want to make a stop at the gorgeous bar.



1100 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Have a playful evening out at Charmaine’s rooftop bar & lounge located within the Proper Hotel. Designed by Kelly Wearstler, Charmaine’s is a chic lounge where European meets the laid-back “California cool” lifestyle. Grab a drink at the bar take in the panoramic sunset while enjoying some of the delicious bites Charmaine’s has to offer. The menu and cocktails highlight the romance of the setting with unique ingredients and flavors. You will leave Charmaine’s surely wanting more.