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Events

Bimbo’s 365 Club is the perfect venue for your next special event! For private parties and receptions up to 685+ and dinners from 150-475+, Bimbo’s provides a classic and memorable setting.

Amenities include state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, tiered seating, a concert stage, large dance floor, and an art deco influenced showroom.

Come see why we have been San Francisco’s favorite nightspot for over 84 years! For more information or to arrange a tour, contact our events coordinator at 415-474-0365 x18.

Capacity:  125-685+
There are various ways to configure the room for your event. For sit down dinners, between 125-475 people is optimal.

Location
1025 Columbus Avenue at Chestnut Street is situated at the foot of Russian Hill between the popular North Beach District and the world-famous Fisherman’s Wharf.

Decor
Established in 1931, Bimbo’s 365 Club is San Francisco’s most historic nightclub and today retains its original Art-Deco design. The venue elegantly incorporates glowing candles atop neatly draped tables with terraced dining platforms, curved stage, dance floor and state of the art lighting and sound system.

Stage/Sound/Lighting
Full production stage with theatrical stage lighting, follow spot, and a Nexo PA sound system with a MIDAS XL200 front of house sound board.

Catering
Bimbo’s has a full kitchen available to caterers. Click here for a list of our preferred caterers.

Parking
Valet Parking is available. Please contact Rob Puccinelli at California Parking Co. 415-537-0770 or a valet of your choice.

History
With $2.00 in his pocket, Agostino Giuntoli arrived in San Francisco in 1929. He worked as a janitor, busboy, then cook and in 1931 opened the 365 Club on Market Street with a partner. It was his partner who had difficulty with pronouncing Agostino, and so he began calling Mr. Giuntoli by the nickname, Bimbo, which is Italian for boy. The 365 Club quickly became the most popular nightclub on “The West Coast”. It was famous for the glamour of showgirls performing two cabaret shows each night, accompanied by a fine three-course meal. Bimbo moved his establishment to the current location in 1951. Today Bimbo’s grandsons maintain this legacy by continuing the tradition of booking headline talent, corporate events and banquets.