Location & Contact
Here, you'll find our address, maps, parking, drop-off tips, and public transit directions. Also, there are options for how to contact us by phone or email, and how to sign up for a visit to see the space.
We’re in the heart of downtown San Francisco at 253 Columbus Avenue between Pacific and Broadway. Our bright red door is next to Vesuvio’s entrance, and we’re across poetry-filled Jack Kerouac Alley from City Lights Books.
Cookhouse is easily walkable from the Financial District, North Beach, Embarcadero, and Jackson Square. We've also got taxi and drop-off metered zones right in front, and plenty of public transportation nearby.
See options and book/inquire for dates starting here.
Phone: 415-796-3757 (availability is subject to our event schedule)
Would you like to visit? Sign up for open house invites here:
Street parking meters are free after 6pm. There are also plenty of garages nearby. Here are two 24-hour options:
Portsmouth Square Garage, 733 Kearny Street (there is a $8 flat evening rate for this one 5pm-12am)
North Beach Garage, 735 Vallejo Street
Note for early load-ins: Columbus Avenue on our block is a no-stopping zone from 4-6am and 7-9am.
If you are taking a cab, there is a convenient taxi pick-up/drop-off zone right out front.
If you need to drop things off at the start of your event and then go park your car, there are two yellow meters you can use if you've got commercial plates, and one 15-minute green zone for non-commercial vehicles, also in front.
Just don’t park in the bus stop zone - that fine is quite pricey!
From the Montgomery St BART station, walk north on Montgomery St and turn left onto Columbus Ave.
The Embarcadero BART station is also nearby: walk west on California St or Pine St, turn right at Montgomery St, and turn left onto Columbus Ave.
MUNI stops within a block of Cookhouse include:
Columbus Ave & Broadway (lines 8, 41)
Broadway & Grant Ave (lines 10, 12)
Columbus Ave & Kearny St (lines 8, 8BX, 41)
Pacific Ave & Kearny St (lines 10, 12)
We’re very grateful to illustrator Ryan Yount for the above. (He got married here!)