48 Hours at Fulton 555

With Fulton 555 serving as your home base, you can enjoy the best that the vibrant Hayes Valley neighborhood has to offer. Although Fulton 555 is located steps from San Francisco public transportation, there’s a good chance on most days you’ll find everything you need within walking distance.

Start your day with breakfast and a cup of joe in your Fulton 555 kitchen. All Fulton 555 residences have centerpiece kitchens designed to be remarkably useful as well as beautiful. Enjoy top-of-the-line appliances and sleek, crafted finishes as well as generous storage space for your ingredients and culinary tools. Stock up with food and other essentials from Fulton 555’s future onsite grocery store, which will feature a tempting array of fresh produce, meat and cheese, coffee and tea, and other necessities.

Follow your morning repast with a bike ride to enjoy a tour of Hayes Valley’s eclectic mix of 19th-century and contemporary architecture. Travel about 5.5 miles to the beach through rows of Victorians as well as Golden Gate Park. Great food and drink await you where the park meets the beach. One of Fulton 555’s most clever amenities is its bike shop for residents. If you experience a flat tire while on your city adventure, simply ride public transportation home, where you can fix your bike in the fully equipped repair center.

When you simply want to walk and explore the shops, dining options, and curiosities that make Hayes Valley special, your options are endless. Hayes Valley is loaded with great food and drink. One of the best beer halls in town, Biergarten on Octavia, is idyllic on a sunny day or a warm evening. Beer paired with reinterpreted German comfort food like pork belly sliders, bratwurst with potatoes, and warm pretzels with mustard and horseradish make this a good spot to hit after you’ve worked up an appetite.

If you’re seeking something lighter and a bit luxurious, try Rich Table on Gough Street, which offers original takes on farm-to-table classics. The legendary porcini doughnuts with raclette dipping sauce have something of a cult following, while scallops with cucumber; spring pasta with peas, shrimp, or chorizo; avocado salad; and burrata with summer squash and tomato keep locals and visitors coming back to this elegant and cozy eatery.

Craving a well-mixed after-dinner drink? Two Sisters Bar and Books offers a menu like no other featuring small plates such as deviled eggs, salmon sliders, and a nice selection of charcuterie and cheese. Also offering a wide array of cocktails and wines and a library of vintage books for browsing, Two Sisters was inspired by the cafe culture of cities like Vienna and Paris, where patrons are encouraged to linger and enjoy. Here, you’ll find charming drinks with names like Bergamot Bee’s Knees and Dark Knight, and you can spend time talking with friends or simply enjoying the ambience.
When the weather is nice, an evening spent on the rooftop terrace at Fulton 555 is hard to beat. Thanks to its city views and landscaped greenery – not to mention the quiet that comes from a little distance from the hustle and bustle below – the Fulton 555 terrace offers the perfect place for a little stargazing to wrap up a fun-filled day in Hayes Valley.