Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport has unveiled its new upscale restaurant as part of the hotel’s multimillion-dollar top-to-bottom renovation.

3Sixty features a 200-seat sit-down bistro, separate bar and grab-and-go market, all located in the flexible and open-environment seven-story atrium at the heart of the hotel.

The menu features locally sourced California-inspired international fare with an emphasis on small plates influenced by the Bay Area’s food truck scene.

“It was important to us to go above and beyond when conceptualizing 3Sixty and create an experience that guests might expect from a high-end restaurant in the city,” Executive Chef Bernard Foster said in a statement.

The heart of the restaurant is occupied by a full bar, which serves local craft beers from Drake’s Brewing Co., Almanac Beer Co., Trumer Brauerei and 21st Amendment Brewery, as well as craft cocktails.

The 3Sixty concept takes the place of three restaurants previously serving the hotel before the renovation, which will be complete this year.  The hotel is also renovating all 789 guest rooms and common areas, and is adding 10,000 square feet to the event area, which will now total just shy of 70,000 square feet.

The hotel renovation also comes as SFO itself is undergoing major revamps amid record-high tourism numbers.  The airport reached a record of 50 million passengers in 2015.

Hyatt will also be behind the upcoming SFO-developed hotel, which will be a 350-room property under the Grand Hyatt luxury brand.

Read the original San Francisco Business Times article here.

San Francisco Business Times clipping showcasing San Francisco architects AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design's renovation of the Hyatt Regency SFO's 3Sixty hotel bar and hotel restaurant.



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