Hard Rock Cafe San Francisco
Est. September 10, 1984
San Francisco is well known for its ground-breaking music scene, with a number of local bands that made it big such us Santana, Grateful Dead, Journey, Sly and the Family Stone, Metallica, Primus, Chris Isaak, Faith No More, Third Eye Blind, E-40, Tupac, Green Day, Blackalicious, Rancid, AFI, Dead Kennedys, Lindsey Buckingham, Doobie Brothers, Too-Short, and more. Back in the day, everyone used to congregate at Haight-Ashbury, but these days, the top place to rock is the Hard Rock Cafe San Francisco. Where else can you eat the tastiest burger in town while perusing musical artifacts and treasures?
Experience Music History
Our mind-blowing memorabilia collection featuring music’s greatest talents is something you just have to see in person. While walking through our cafe, you’ll see electric guitars used by B.B. King and Carlos Santana, a Janis Joplin cape, Elvis' glasses, Steve Miller with Feather painting, and a Jimi Hendrix jacket. Now you can get in on big action yourself with the Cafe that's rocking San Francisco. Stop into the Rock Shop® to bring home a piece of collectible Hard Rock merchandise to commemorate your visit.
Fun at Pier 39
Here at Pier 39, we have fab views of Alcatraz, the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, the San Francisco Bay, and the City skyline, in addition to more than 110 stores and numerous fun-filled attractions. You can find the 45-acre, Pier 39 complex two blocks east of Fisherman's Wharf at Beach Street and The Embarcadero. So if you're going to San Francisco, be sure to stop by the Hard Rock Cafe.