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What is happening around Museum Parc:


Open Now: Palette!
The building that was previously home to Lulu’s has transformed into Palette, an ambitious combination cafe, art gallery, and shop. The temporary pop-up space with a sleek interior space is open today. The cafe will have more of a casual atmosphere. Some dishes will come out of the restaurant’s wood-fired oven and rotisserie, like flatbreads and a roasted chicken.
816 Folsom
Monday through Friday from 11 a.m.– 8 p.m.

Out and about, walking and looking for art?
The list is long, but our neighborhood is rich in public accessible artworks. From local to well-known international artists there is something for everyone to seek out and enjoy. Looking won’t cost you anything as well. No tickets needed, no waiting in lines either. Here is the list (quite lengthy) of works that are in an around San Francisco. As more projects are being developed in the city, expect to see an even longer list. Don’t forget to wear good walking shoes as well, but it will be well worth it.

The neighborhood is wonderful. We’re in the heart of SOMA. Right next to the Moscone Center! There are tons of wonderful restaurants and areas of interest.

There are several wonderful businesses near Museum Parc including:

OSHA Thai – Welcome the newest establishment of the Osha Thai movement. Here we take you on an adventure through North East Thailand, with compelling stone sculptures, and traditional Cambodian style architecture. I highly recommend their lettuce wraps!

Palette – 816 Folsom. An ambitious combination cafe, art gallery, and shop, the cafe has more of a casual atmosphere. Some dishes will come out of the restaurant’s wood-fired oven and rotisserie, like flatbreads and a roasted chicken.

Crunch – Our Gym is Your Gym – Kick your feet up! With a gym designed around you, we think you’ll love it here.

Spin – SPiN, the original ping pong social club merging sport, design and art, founded in NYC, is bringing their balls to the Bay! The new location at 690 Folsom will feature 12,000 sq ft of ping pong pandemonium with 17 tables, a private VIP lounge, a full restaurant and a unique San Francisco cocktail program.

Specialty’s Cafe & Bakery – Weekday-only counter-serve chain cafe serving baked goods & light breakfast/lunch fare.

Pazzia Italian Restaurant – “Pazzia is DA BOMB DIGGITY! Seriously. Always great quality food, without fail. And the staff is super nice and on point. The owner is a very Italian looking stylish dude who is super friendly and remembers everyone. And the food is just solid, from their pizzas to their pastas and gnocchis.” – 5-star review

Nora Nails – Nail Spa for Nails – Address: 351 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107 – Phone: (415) 369-9028

Cafe Chaat – Since 1999, the Mahal family has been sharing our passion for Indian cooking with the Bay Area community. We remain committed to serving fresh, innovative and high-quality Indian food at affordable prices. Discount if you live in the building!

Chaam – Located in the heart of the rapidly developing SOMA (South of Market) district, Cha-Am has become a well-known and popular, neighborhood lunch and dinner Thai restaurant for those visiting the Yerba Buena Gardens, Center for the Arts, the Moscone Convention Center and the highly acclaimed Museum of Modern Art. 10% discount if you live in the building!

Enterprise Rent-a-Car – Through tremendous leadership and the entrepreneurial spirit of our employees, we have built the largest car rental brand in North America, known for exceptionally low rates and outstanding customer service.

Museum Parc Cleaners – Fast service and reasonably priced.