Hard Rock Cafe at PIER 39 is a great destination for your group to enjoy dinner, drinks, and live entertainment. PIER 39 can be a popular and busy destination in the city, though, so the best way to get your group safely to and from the Hard Rock is to rent a San Francisco charter bus with a private driver.
The Hard Rock Cafe in San Francisco offers a one-of-a-kind rock n’ roll experience. They have more than 250 pieces of music memorabilia on display and also celebrate the latest music and videos throughout. The Hard Rock in SF hosts live music sessions every Thursday evening from 6-8pm. Local bands perform and a variety of local craft breweries are available on tap. A percentage of the sales from each Thursday is also donated to a local Bay Area music non-profit.
Hard Rock Cafe in San Francisco is also open for breakfast if your group wants to get an early start exploring the piers and Fisherman’s Wharf. Whether you need to keep the fun going with endless mimosas or just want to enjoy a great selection of omelets, the Hard Rock can satisfy your morning cravings. Breakfast is served from 8-11am everyday and certain days feature Acoustic Breakfasts, with live performances by local artists.
Visitors to the Hard Rock Cafe typically either have to pay for parking at the PIER 39 Garage or find street parking a long way away and walk in. If your group doesn’t want to deal with the hassle of finding street parking or pay for multiple cars to park safely in the garage, you can hire a San Francisco charter bus. If you also choose to hire a private driver, you can get picked up and dropped off at the Hard Rock without worrying about parking or navigating city traffic.
The Hard Rock Cafe is far from the only attraction at PIER 39. Other places to grab a bite to eat include Wipeout Bar & Grill, Pier Market, Chart House, and Bubba Gump Shrimp Company. If your group wants to do a little shopping while you’re in the area, be sure to check out Krazy Kaps, which offers a vast selection of whimsical hats for all ages, as well as a variety of locally-themed souvenirs.
If your group is up for a laugh and a challenge, head further out onto the pier from the Hard Rock to check out Magowan’s Infinite Mirror Maze. According to SF Weekly, it’s quite possibly the most psychedelic place you can “legally” reach within the city limits. For a nightcap after a full meal at the Hard Rock, check out Beer 39, Wines of California Wine Bar, or Players Sports Grill & Arcade.
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