Welcome to The Inn at Union Square San Francisco - A Greystone Hotel Blog
Welcome to The Inn at Union Square San Francisco - A Greystone Hotel blog! Stay up-to-date on everything that's going on around our boutique hotel in Union Square, downtown San Francisco. Featuring events, things to do and special offers, our hotel blog will keep you current on all of the latest happenings, including nearby attractions such as the SFMOMA and other top museums, world-class restaurants, the Powell Street cable car and more.
First written about by Alexandre Dumas in 1852, the neighborhood around Belden Place near Union Square is the epicenter of French culture and cuisine in the city. Explore the French Quarter San Francisco to find delectable restaurants and sidewalk cafes with traditional French dishes, zinc bars, live jazz and a certain je ne sais quoi. Continue readingFrench Quarter San Francisco
Grab your Pink Ladies and T-Birds and head to the Davies Symphony Hall for a special Grease Sing Along performance on Sunday, July 20 at 7PM. Showcasing all your favorite hits from the movie and hosted by special guest Didi Conn (Frenchy), this fun-filled event will make you sing and dance in the aisles. Continue readingGrease Sing Along
With a theme of "Celebrating Women in Jazz and Beyond," the 2014 Fillmore Jazz Festival promises to be one of the best yet. Taking place on Fillmore Street on July 5 and 6, this fun-filled festival features a dynamic array of live performances along with local food vendors, special appearances and more. Continue readingFillmore Jazz Festival
Find free outdoor performances of The Taming of the Shrew at San Francisco Shakespeare in the Park this summer. Taking place at the Presidio's Main Post Parade Ground Lawn and McLaren Park's Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, this hilarious tale is an excellent way to spend a summer afternoon. Continue readingShakespeare in the Park San Francisco
Set in the idyllic and storied Sigmund Stern Grove, the Stern Grove Festival returns in 2014 for its 77th consecutive year. Given to the city in 1931, the small plot of trees and sand dunes known for excellent acoustics was quickly made into a musical venue. The San Francisco Philharmonic played the Grove first in 1932. Since then, quality and free performances have continued to entertain San Francisco audiences. Continue readingStern Grove Festival