Stay and Play at Union Square

There’s so much to explore as Kensington Park Hotel is it’s located directly next to Union Square, a shopper’s paradise. You’ll find everything from upscale department stores and boutiques to discount houses. ¬†And after a recent revitalization of this area, there are many NEW and renewed places to explore. The historic venue, August Hall has been reborn — here you and your traveling companions can savor live music and entertainment. Drop by one of the many popular eateries like San Francisco’s own Bluestem Brasserie, or grab an adult refreshment from Eno Wine Bar.

Here are some of our favorite places for you to explore:

August Hall

August Hall was built in the 1890s as a Victorian Playhouse by architect August Headman and after decades and multiple facelifts, it has been restored as an entertainment venue with three full bars. | 420 Mason St. | (415) 325-5519

Bluestem Brasserie

Featuring familiar brasserie menu of fresh, simply composed dishes showcasing sustainably produced grass-fed beef from highly regarded purveyors. Savory items are balanced by a dessert menu of classic, brasserie-style pastry selections. | One Reba Buena Ln. | (415) 547-1111

Eno Wine Bar

Excite your tastebuds¬†at ENO, San Francisco’s newest casual win bar, set in the heart of Union Square. | 320 Geary St. | (415) 678-5321.

Curran Theater

Built in 1922, the Curran has housed some of the biggest productions in theatre history and has maintained a reputation as one of the premier live entertainment venues in North America. | 445 Geary St. | (415) 358-1220.

Shaholly Ayers

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