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Born from a City of Artisans

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Cocktails by Scott Baird

Inspired by the city’s icons—gold, fog, cable cars, —the cocktails at Starlite are full of character and wit. San Francisco native Scott Baird, whose name may spark recognition for his creation of Trick Dog, the award-winning cocktail bar in the Mission District, has remixed classic Starlite beverages with beauty, flavor, quirk, and a bit of theater. Take a sip into San Francisco’s history with the Cable Car—Starlite’s version of the Sidecar—or the Porn Star Martini—and embrace the spectacle of an experience with your high-spirited cocktails on the 21st floor.

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Menu by Chef Johnny Spero

Created by Michelin-award-winning chef Johnny Spero, the menu of snacks sets the table, complimenting the cocktails and the celebrations of the city’s flavors. The menu includes dishes such as the Hot Fried Chicken Bun inspired by Chef Spero’s exploration of San Francisco’s Chinatown. It’s seasoned with Szechuan spices and pickled daikon and served inside a steam bun. Another love letter to the San Francisco Bay’s affinity for oysters is the Baked Oysters, covered in a sauce made of cider, egg, brown butter, and herbs and topped with bread crumbs.

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Experiences by DJ Nina Tarr

Multi-hyphenate Nina Tarr brings San Francisco’s nightlife to life with an all-vinyl soundtrack with album listening parties on the regular. Nina takes her vinyl spinning skills to fuse a unique blend of funk, glam, afrobeat, world, boogie, hip hop, new wave, electro, post-punk, kraut, disco, groove, and soul. With a collection of pristine records on deck, the only thing left to do is tap your toes and sing along to your favorites.

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Hours

Thursday - Saturday | 4pm - 1am

Sunday | 2pm - 11pm

Contact

Private Events | events@starlitesf.com

PR Inquiries | media@starlitesf.com

Our Stories | @starlitesf

Guests must be 21 years or older. Reservations are strongly recommended.