Historic John’s Grill
Nestled blocks from Union Square, Moscone Center and major hotels, John’s Grill has been a San Francisco staple for more than 100 years. Built in 1908, only two years after the devastating quake, it quickly became an anchor in the city’s multi-faceted life – hosting a mixture of business titans and locals alike. Today’s customers will find period furnishing and dark paneled walls framed with hundreds of photos of movers and shakers. Hosting jazz nightly. Diners have their choice of great steaks, fresh seafood and a variety of salads – try the famed seafood combo salad named for fitness guru Jack LaLanne.
Sean Kulanet | Phone: (415) 986-0069
63 Ellis Street,
San Francisco, California, 94102
John’s Grill is within walking distance from all downtown theaters, major hotels, Union Square, Cable Cars and Moscone Convention Center.
Phone: (415) 986-0069
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday – Saturday: 11:00AM - 9:45 PM;
Sunday: 12:00PM - 9:45 PM
The Club Room
Perfect for an intimate dining experience for groups up to 20. The Club Room can be set up with one long table of 14 people or 2 round tables of 10 each.
Seated Capacity: 20
Standing Capacity: 25
The Astor Room is the perfect space for parties between 50-60 people. The room has a rich décor of dark Oak panels and a large window that overlooks Ellis Street, which allows the natural light to shine through. The room is separated from the main dining room with glass accordion doors, which overlooks the dining room. It accommodates 50 people seated or 60 people for a cocktail reception.
Seated Capacity: 50
Standing Capacity: 60
Hammett’s Den, our largest private room, encompasses the entire third floor, with coffered ceiling and a wall of windows. This room also has a private bar. It can be reserved for up 100-seated guests or 180 guests at a standing reception.
Seated Capacity: 100
Standing Capacity: 180