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About PanSky

About

Posted on: June 25, 2016 by Apps |
About

About

An Elegantly Appointed Luxury Villa

Panoramic Sky introduces a timeless masterpiece of organic architecture, created by Frank Lloyd Wright’s protege, Daniel Lieberman. This ingenious masterpiece is elevated high in the San Francisco Bay/Berkeley Hills on a fabulous 1.4 acre site, hidden in an oasis of green terraced gardens. Its harmonious blend of natural materials, sky scraping ceilings and alpine walls of glass astound from every angle, revealing the most sought after views of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. Panoramic Sky seamlessly incorporates and wraps around a turn-of-the-century, caramel style cottage, combining green architecture – along with modern technology.

My wife and I were celebrating our 20th anniversary with a trip to our favorite city. I have stayed in several different places in San Francisco over the years, and this one rates near the top in the category. – Jesse

Host your next party, corporate meeting or special event here at Panoramic Sky, or take a trip and discover the many attractions and destinations the SF Bay Area has to offer. Make your reservations at Panoramic Sky today.

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Events

Posted on: June 25, 2016 by Apps |
Events

Events

Weddings

Panoramic Sky is the perfect ceremonial site for your big day. It’s breathtaking beauty, grand opulence, and romantic charm will make your wedding an unforgettable day. Panoramic Sky can host both indoor and outdoor weddings ranging from 10 to 50 guests.
Corporate Retreats

Retreats

If you’re looking for a secluded, luxury location for your corporate retreat, Panoramic Sky is an ideal choice for your getaway. Our Berkeley location is convenient to San Francisco and other Bay Area cities, yet far enough away that your team can recharge, focus, and return home refreshed and motivated.
Parties

Parties

Throwing a party? If you are planning a party and need a location that is a cut above the rest, consider hosting it at Panoramic Sky. Whether it’s a cocktail, birthday or theme-based party, Panoramic Sky’s unique ambience will elevate your soiree.

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SF Bay Area Cuisine

Posted on: June 25, 2016 by Apps |
SF Bay Area Cuisine

SF Bay Area Cuisine

Bay Area Restaurants Shine

The San Francisco Bay Area is a foodie’s paradise. The city is home to numerous restaurants, and is the birthplace of the local variety of sourdough bread, the Mission burrito, and steam beer. Fisherman’s Wharf has served local specialty Dungeness crab for decades. Food companies include Anchor Brewing Company, Boudin Bakery, the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company.

Famous past and present restaurants include the Tonga Room, Fleur de Lys, Greens, Original Joe’s, Stars, Vesuvio Cafe and the Top of the Mark. California Cuisine and fusion cuisine are prominent cuisines in the city. Food trucks are a source of ethnically diverse, and gourmet street foods, with concentrations of various trucks at regular times and places. Notable grocery stores, which often focus on locally-grown organic produce, include the Rainbow Grocery Cooperative and Bi-Rite Market. Johnny Kan opened one of the first modern Chinese restaurants, in Chinatown in 1953.

Forty-six distinct cuisines are represented in the MICHELIN Guide San Francisco, Bay Area & Wine Country 2012, which showcases the spectacular culinary diversity of the region.

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Nightlife

Posted on: June 25, 2016 by Apps |
Nightlife

Nightlife

Stroll

Take a night walk through San Francisco if you prefer to be outdoors or away from sweaty crowds. San Francisco is a walking-friendly city, but be prepared to walk up and down many hills. You can explore just about any neighborhood on foot at night, and pop in and out of bars, taverns or clubs as you please. You do not have to worry about finding a place to park, and if you are too tired for the return trip, you can hop in a cab for a ride home. Walking is also a popular method for people-watching at night.

Dance

Dancing is the quintessential nightlife activity. It is both fun and healthy; dancing all night is a great way to burn off those extra calories from dinner. San Francisco offers plenty of dancing opportunities at various nightclubs located throughout the city. Rocker clubs, reggae nights and techno dance clubs can all be found throughout the city, as well as other styles of dance music. Dress is usually casual, through you will not feel out of place decked out in stylish apparel. All clubs are nonsmoking, so you do not need to worry about second-hand smoke health hazards.

Hit the Museum

In San Francisco, nightlife is not all about the clubs. Some museums get in on the action as well. Museums like the California Academy of Sciences or the Museum of Modern Art host frequent events at night with DJs, cocktails and mingling. These events are a popular alternative to bars and restaurants, and are typically attended by the young and hip crowd. Attending a museum at night provides both a social atmosphere as well as an educational opportunity, as the museum exhibits remain open during the night events. While you are at the museum, be sure to browse the various exhibits to educate yourself about different cultures, historical periods and works of art.

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Destinations

Posted on: June 25, 2016 by Apps |
Destinations

Destinations

Things to do in San Francisco

Whether you are a tourist, a transplant, or a native, we promise you will never be bored in San Francisco. San Francisco artfully blends a myriad of different cultures and combines a cosmopolitan aesthetic with a rich history and culture. From enjoying the many museums to attending a Giants game, shopping or eating at great restaurants, virtually anyone can find things to do in San Francisco.

For the artistically inclined, the Museum of Modern Art, located south of Market, provides a diverse gallery of 20th-century art. It is a popular destination with over 600,000 annual visitors. The Asian Art Museum, located near the Civic Center, houses artifacts and artwork from all across Asia. The city has a strong Asian-American community, dating back to the 19th century.

There is plenty to discover in and around the Bay Area. You can ride a cable car to Fisherman’s Wharf, a historic waterfront filled with restaurants, shops and a view of Alcatraz, which is just a short boat ride away. Other popular attractions are China town, Lombard Street, (“The crookedest street in the world”), and the world renowned Golden Gate Bridge, to just name a few.

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