- The Scene
When you walk into the ornate lobby of this 1913 building, it is easy to imagine the city during its Gold Rush heyday. The atmosphere continues into the accommodations, which are done in Louis XVI style. In keeping with the Theater District location, La Scene Cafe & Bar is adorned with original portraits of San Francisco performers. The starting rates are great for a hotel of this caliber.
All of the guest rooms and suites were renovated in 2002. They are elaborate affairs, with four-poster or crown canopy beds, hand-carved headboards and antique English and French armoires and writing desks. They include all the expected standard amenities, from hair dryers and Nintendo to complimentary weekday newspapers and overnight shoeshine. Two meeting rooms hold up to 48 people each, and the Board Room is furnished with an antique English director's table with a hand-tooled leather top.
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The Californian fusion cuisine of the Zagat rated La Scene Caf?? and Bar represents the popular tastes of San Francisco with a robust blend of cultures. Chef Jose Aviles brings together the best ingredients and elements from the Mediterranean and California to create his tasteful menu. La Scene is an intimate restaurant with a very comfortable and pleasant ambience. La Scene is the ideal venue for a casual dinner with friends and family or simply indulge in a glass of merlot or a martini at the La Scene Bar. Ita??s centrally located near Union Square and is right in the heart of the theater district. The excellent location makes it very convenient for guests who want to enjoy a wonderful dinner before the show or after theatre desserts, coffees and spirits. La Scene offers a prix fixed menu from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at a special price of $36.00 plus tax and gratuities
- Romantic dining
- Happy hour-prix fixe