SF80: New Name – Same Great Venue!

Posted Mar 25, 2013 by Rachel Shapiro

 

Grand Opening of SF80

Happy Monday! What better way to start your week than by being enjoying an urban-glitz and classic San Francisco wedding venue! We recently visited the chic and trendy grand opening of SF80 (formerly known as RF80), which included a daytime showcase and evening cocktail party! This hip hangout was a great way to check out the snazzy new space! Located in the city’s Portrero Hill neighborhood at 80 Missouri Street, SF80 is managed and operated exclusively by Bartender’s Unlimited. 

Attending the event was a fun time to enjoy the urban beauty of this unique venue! Featuring a fantastic, ultra-chic design, delicious caterers and an awesome “Instagram to Polaroid” operated photo booth by Denon & Doyle DJ Company! On the Mezzanine level, there was an amazing table display by MB Wedding Design & Events with beautiful brass Golden Gate Bridge centerpieces!

 

 

Urban Venues Transformed

Eclectic and urban venues are hot and trendy right now (especially among young couples straying away from a more traditional wedding). With a fanciful party setting like this, there will be no lack of fun or celebrating during your special day. Your guests are sure to have a good time at SF80, not to mention the lighting possibilities are endless (check out the use of disco balls!) Transform this fun and modern space into a nightclub meets wonderland masterpiece!

 

Photography by Orange Photography

 

 

Credits: Photography – Orange Photography; Table Design – MB Wedding Design & Events, Centerpieces – Well Rehearsed; Floral Design – Michael Daigian; Linen Chairs & Tabletop Settings – Hartmann Studios; Stationary – Cards de Luxe

 

 

 

 

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