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Thursday, April 21, 2022


To get to Aracely Café diners have to get to Treasure Island in the middle of San Francisco Bay either by driving, taking a bus or by boarding a new ferry. 

Aracely is a wonderment. It’s located in the most unlikely of places in the heart of what used to be the land fill for the 1939 Golden Gate International Expo. 

Located on Treasure Island, off the Bay Bridge that runs from San Francisco to Oakland, Aracely Cafe offers a relaxed, welcoming modern space which includes a large patio + garden complete with an outdoor fireplace, lounge seating, string lights, and heatlamps. 

As you enter the small interior, there are options for bar seating, table or fireplace dining. With a focus on local, seasonal, healthy, and delicious options, our menu offers a selection of brunch items five days a week. 

Open eight am to eight pm with dinner served Wednesday-Saturday to take advantage of the romantic atmosphere and views at night. All pastries and bread are made in-house. The bar offers SF and LA’s Sightglass coffee + espresso options, a full bar with a selection of seasonal cocktails, wine, + beer which are available for brunch and dinner. 

Aracely Café hosts a variety of all-inclusive private events including weddings + corporate events, and rent out the conference center next door for tech and conferences utilizing a space that offers a full AV package, 380 person auditorium, lighting, and breakout rooms. 

Treasure Island (an artificial island and former US Navy base) is connected to the natural geological island of Yerba Buena by a landfill causeway. A tunnel bored through the island was created in the late 1930s when the Oakland Bay Bridge was built. On and off ramps allow traffic to segue onto the twin islands. 

The restaurant is worth the adventure of getting there.  Suggest: Wednesdays.


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