Eater San Francisco featured William Duff Architects’ latest restaurant project, Kaiyo Rooftop, in their article, A Rooftop Nikkei Oasis Touches Down in SoMa with Tropical Cocktails and Skyline Views.
This is a summary of the article by Lauren Saria of Eater SF.
‘A bright new rooftop bar and restaurant from the team behind Cow Hollow Japanese-Peruvian restaurant Kaiyo has landed just blocks from Oracle Park. While San Francisco might be famous for its damp gray fog, this rooftop oasis restaurant shines above the SoMa skyline with lush plant-covered walls [and] richly textured design elements…
The 3,300-square-foot space wraps around three sides of the hotel’s roof offering views of downtown San Francisco and the glittering Bay Bridge and stretching out west to Alameda and east to Sutro Tower and Twin Peaks.’
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