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At Hilton, dining options are designed with you in mind. Start the day with a hearty breakfast or nutritious light bite; savour innovative dishes prepared with only the freshest ingredients, or simply relax with a cup of coffee in the hotel lounge. From business brunches to pre-dinner drinks and everything in between, the options at Hilton are catered especially for you.
Barbary Coast is located on the street level adjacent to the valet parking area. A funky, colorful and inviting place to enjoy a cup of coffee, Barbary Coast also offers a variety of breakfast items, deli sandwiches, smoothies, lattes, espressos and chilled caffeinated concoctions. It's convenient location makes it a great spot for guests at the beginning (or the end of) a productive and memorable day!
In the heart of San Francisco’s popular neighborhood at Market and Fifth, the contemporary Cable 55 restaurant is found in the sleek Parc 55 San Francisco - a Hilton Hotel, offering tourists and residents a stylish venue and delicious change of pace from rich American classics by infusing them with a light, local flair.
Cable 55 Menu (PDF)
Guests of the Cable 55 Bar will enjoy the sleek, urban décor with comfortable seating, modern light fixtures, lovely street views, an award-winning wine list and preferred local micro brews.
Bar Food (PDF)
Cocktail Menu (PDF)
Draft Beers (PDF)
Wine Menu (PDF)
Kin Khao serves delicious Thai food that stays true to its origin, made with seasonal produce and sustainably raised or caught meats and seafood. We make all our curry pastes, sauces, and relishes in-house daily. Other staples we must buy–like Nam Pla fish sauce and Kapi shrimp paste–we source only the best from Thailand. We invite you to taste the difference.
Kin = eat; Khao = rice
In Thailand, to eat is to eat rice. So, colloquially, when we say “kin khao” we mean “to eat” or “let’s eat”