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Top of the Mark
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InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco 999 California St San Francisco, CA 94108
999 California StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94108
$$$Lounge, Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Today Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hoursMonday 4:30–11:30PMTuesday 4:30–11:30PMWednesday 4:30–11:30PMThursday 4:30–11:30PMFriday Open 24 hoursSaturday 4:30–11:30PM
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Iconic high-end cocktail bar on top of the Mark Hopkins Hotel, with 360-degree views of the city.- Google
"Excellent food, very nice view, a bit pricey on the appetizers."
"A big dance floor and live band surrounded by a 360 degree panoramic view."
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Thaddeus Cooper
2 months ago
Surprisingly inexpensive drinks for the location, and the cocktail suite at the top is amazing. The views are not exaggerated at all. The bartender at the restaurant on the ground floor was super friendly and accommodating while we waited for our table. Fun fact! This location has a pretty prominent scene in the movie Need for Speed.
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Nishant Vadgama
2 months ago
Beautiful views of the city and great cocktails. Bar staff were attentive. Pretended I was in The Rock again. Wife was not impressed by my Sean Connery impression which primarily involved pointing at the Fairmont Hotel and saying "I want a suite at the Fairmont Hotel."
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Harry Miley
6 months ago
We had a good time and a great view, but could have been better Management will have no incentive to improve as it is going to be full every night with hotel guests, parties and tourists. But it could use a rethink. Light, fun music rather than a dance band would be one idea. Also, if you want to play up the history, play classic music old people want, or target people well over 30 who can afford to buy $14 martinis.
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Hector Mujica
9 months ago
Amazing views and great atmosphere with live music. Drinks are good and average. About $14 per drink. You pay for the view.
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Jimmy D of RATS
5 months ago
What a spectacular view! This has been a local hot-spot since 1939. A big dance floor and live band surrounded by a 360 degree panoramic view. Select from 100 Martini's and sit back and watch the skyline and views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Their are little appetizers like Kobe beef or crab sliders. Another gem in this city.
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Blessed* Never Give Up
7 months ago
Supposedly I came here when I was five. I don't remember that experience, but when I came here more recently, I can never forget the feeling of awe that I experienced. The views are breathtaking. I had the pleasure of having coffee with a friend (it was decent, you're paying for experience and ambience). What I enjoyed most was seeing the helicopters, sailboats, and dynamic views. I gotta go back!
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Joshua Stoops
8 months ago
Great views, great service, great martinis. Read mixed reviews on this place but my wife and I really liked it. Live jazz piano. Our server Robert was great - personable but gave us our space. The only downside were the obnoxious techies near us that yelled the whole time about GAAP revenue, etc.
Chad Tuckerman
2 months ago
Great views. Very touristy UNLESS you go for the Sunday brunch after they've all headed to the airport to go back home.