Panorama taken from the corner of Kearny Street and Columbus Avenue showing the famous Cafe Zoetrope Italian restaurant. It is the tall, narrow green building with a rounded 'turret' style front. Just to the left of it is a tall, elongated, office block in the financial district of San Francisco.
Cafe Zoetrope - San Francisco visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Cafe Zoetrope' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from California.
The majestic Sentinel building with dark green paintwork, Sliver-style narrow building and turret roof is the home to Cafe Zoetrope. This Italian-themed restaurant is owned by movie director Francis Ford Coppola whose production company is called American Zoetrope. Throughout the restaurant, movie fans will spot mementos associated with the directors work including the cotton wool which Marlon Brando stuffed in his mouth while mumbling his lines as Don Corleone in The Godfather. Patrons can even dine outdoors benefiting from heated sidewalks which dispel the chill of a foggy San Francisco evening. The menu is passionately complimented by food critics and celebrates the best of Italian cuisine.
916 Kearny St, San Francisco 94133
At Columbus Ave
Bus: 15, 41