The latest outpost of Michelin-starred chef Ho Chee Boon’s Hakkasan is opening in downtown San Francisco in November. The 10,000-square-foot Cantonese restaurant will also have the 50-seat Ling Ling Lounge, which will serve sake and wine.
Like its other locations around the world, Hakkasan is designed by Parisian design firm Gilles & Boissier. Located on the second floor of the wedge-shaped One Kearny Building, the 170-seat restaurant will feature arched windows with views of Market and Geary streets, including a 25-seat bronze, V-shaped bar with back bar in Hakkasan’s signature blue glass, two private dining rooms, and lattice partitions and Chinese screens The bar also features a "Sommelier Bar," four seats at the bar for guests to have an intimate experience with the sommelier.
Hakkasan will offer modern Cantonese cuisine for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch including dim sum and late-night dining. As part of the Hakkasound program, Hakkasan will showcase a rotating roster of international DJs.
Lauren Mack is the Travel Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @lmack.