Showcasing the food of our new Executive Chef Damien Jones, Yoshi’s San Francisco offers a host of private dining options for your special event. Yoshi’s 4 exclusive, private dining rooms provide the ideal setting for intimate group dinners as well as larger seated dinners, receptions, weddings and corporate meetings.
Boasting a private bar and impressive views of our first floor dining and lounge spaces, the Sake Lounge is a sensational setting for dinners up to 80 guests seated and receptions of up to 125 guests. For more intimate events, Yoshi’s offers 3 other private dining rooms.
-The Omakase Room, seating up to 16 guests, is a glamorous, glass-enclosed chef’s table with a window into the dynamics of Yoshi’s remarkable open kitchen.
-For a traditional tatami style dinner, groups of up to 12 may dine in the Irori Room.
-Yoshi’s can accommodate seated private meals or dinner/meetings for up to 44 guests in the Enkai Room.
Full buyouts are available.
- The Restaurant Writes...
"Here, Yoshi's San Francisco emerged into a time of economic distress--and rebound. The Fillmore is now on the rise, growing and maturing as numerous restaurants, cafés, and bars make the entire neighborhood an increasingly attractive destination." ~DiningOut magazine
"Since a young woman named Yoshie Akiba dropped the "e" off her first name and established Yoshi's Japanese Restaurant in Berkeley in 1972 with then husband Kaz Kajimura, the business was anchored on a foundation of food and live music. Through those early years, Yoshi's reputation grew as the venue became respected as a jazz hub. Before the end of the decade, the original 25-seat space had become unable to meet the demands of the increasingly popular venue, and in 1977, the restaurant was relocated to a larger space in Oakland. Twenty years later, Yoshi's moved again to Jack London Square, and 10 years after that, in 2007, doors opened to a completely new second location across the Bay."
- Contact Jim Wallace at (415) 655-5605