Long before there was the city of San Francisco, there was the Presidio of San Francisco. First established in 1776, the Officers' Club stands as a testament to California's beginnings.
Throughout the 20th century, the renowned Presidio Officers' Club was an exclusive gathering place for Army brass and their families. Today, this beautiful, historic destination is a hospitality venue for weddings, celebrations, and meetings. On Saturdays, visitors are invited to enjoy free exhibitions tracing the history of the Presidio.
Wedding, Celebration, and Meeting Rentals
A one-of-a-kind historic San Francisco venue, the Officers’ Club offers for rent the grand Moraga Hall, the loft-style Ortega Ballroom with panoramic views, and the open-air Hardie Courtyard.
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Free Saturday Exhibitions on the History of the Presidio
The Officers’ Club is open to the public on Saturdays 11 am – 4 pm.
Free and open to all, the Presidio Officers' Club offers exhibitions tracing the Presidio's past and present. Exhibits are open Saturdays from 11 am to 4 pm. Masks required inside public buildings per federal guidelines.
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Colibri Mexican Bistro, located at the historic Presidio Officers’ Club, is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, happy hour Mondays through Fridays, and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Seating is available both inside and outdoors on their spacious patio. Reservations are also available.
Colibri – which means “hummingbird” in Spanish – offers diners an authentic Mexico City dining experience in the heart of the park. Their menu includes classics, such as Chilaquiles verdes o rojos and Mole Poblano, along with a few new offerings, like Quesabirria and Tlayuda. Visit the Colibri Restaurant website at http://www.colibrimexicanbistro.com/