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  • Hotels - Premium

    The Saint Regis San Francisco Hotel

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    Hotels - Premium

    The Saint Regis San Francisco Hotel

    The St. Regis embodies extraordinary hospitality with modern day sophistication. Hotel guests take pleasure in the signature St. Regis Butler service, ready to attend to their every need with discreet precision and modern luxury.

  • Dining - Dinner with a group

    Boulevard Restaurant

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    Dining - Dinner with a group

    Boulevard Restaurant

    Boulevard is one of San Francisco’s landmark restaurants. Its chef and co-owner, Nancy Oakes, is one of the most recognized and celebrated chefs in America. She and the restaurant have been continuously nominated for many awards, including Best Restaurant in the US. The historical building that is home to Boulevard is the only local structure to have survived the 1906 earthquake and fire.

  • Things to see – Historical sites

    Alcatraz Island

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    Things to see – Historical sites

    Alcatraz Island

    Alcatraz Island is located in the San Francisco Bay, 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) offshore. Often referred to as "The Rock", the small island has had many facilities - a lighthouse, a military fortification, a military prison from the late 1850s to 1933, and a federal prison from 1933 until 1963. In 1969, the island was occupied for almost 2 years by a group of Native American activists.

  • Things to see – Natural Wonders

    Angel Island

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    Things to see – Natural Wonders

    Angel Island

    Angel Island is the largest island in San Francisco Bay, offering expansive views of the San Francisco skyline, Marin County Headlands and Mount Tamalpais. A California Historical Landmark, it is located within Angel Island State Park. The island has been used for a variety of purposes, including military forts, a US Public Health Service Quarantine Station, and a US Bureau of Immigration inspection and detention facility.

  • Things to see – Historical sites

    San Francisco Ferry Building

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    Things to see – Historical sites

    San Francisco Ferry Building

    Designed in 1892 by American architect A. Page Brown in the Beaux Arts style, the ferry building was completed in 1898. Brown designed the clock tower after the 12th-century Giralda bell tower in Seville, Spain, and the entire length of the building is based on an arched arcade. On top of the building is a 245-foot tall clock tower, with four clock dials, each 22 feet in diameter.

  • Dining - Lunch with friends

    The Plant Café Organic

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    Dining - Lunch with friends

    The Plant Café Organic

    Everything served here is made with exclusively 100% organic and local ingredients. Their produce is seasonal from around the Bay area. The Plant’s menu is diverse, comprised largely of contemporary California cuisine and Asian inspired flavors. Items range from freshly made juices and smoothies, salads, wholesome grain dishes and pastas, to 100% organic house-made pastries and desserts.

  • Shopping – Something for yourself

    Saks Fifth Avenue

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    Shopping – Something for yourself

    Saks Fifth Avenue

    Saks is an American luxury department store chain owned by multinational corporation Hudson's Bay Company, which operates the flagship store and corporate headquarters in midtown Manhattan, New York City. It competes with high-end specialty stores.

  • Dining - Dinner with a group

    Piperade

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    Dining - Dinner with a group

    Piperade

    Chef and owner, Gerald Hirigoyen, has lived in the Bay area for over 30 years and has a fine appreciation for California’s culinary sensibility, incorporating fresh ingredients into simple, scrumptious dishes that echo the local spirit, as well as his homeland - the Basque region of Spain. Chef Hirigoyen has won awards including the James Beard Award for Best Chef, California, 2006.

About Us

Culturally entrenched in California for 90 years, our legacy, reputation and heritage run deep. Our story begins at the intersection of bold and simple. This is at the core of everything we do. And we do it with a group of engaged, persuasive and culturally relevant humans who never stop believing there is always a way and never stop defying problems. Makers of all types: writers, artists, producers, strategists, hackers, moms, dads, college dropouts, PhDs, all adept at sorting through facts and turning them into feelings to drive consumers to want what we are selling. And yes, we are salespeople, too. Established yet nimble, we ask and answer the right strategic questions, are openly collaborative and take advantage of the unlimited opportunities that surround us in today’s marketing world. We bring optimism. The world has enough devil’s advocates. And besides, the devil doesn't need any more help.

Contact Us

Management

Joe Oh

President & CEO

joe.oh@fcb.com

Management

Karin Onsager-Birch

Chief Creative Officer

karin.onsager-birch@fcb.com

Management

Simon White

Chief Strategy Officer

simon.white@fcb.com

New Business

Joe Oh

President & CEO

joe.oh@fcb.com

Human Resources

Jennifer Menezes

Talent Director

jennifer.menezes@fcb.com