San Francisco's Axiom opens The Turn Cafe

Axiom Hotel
The Turn Cafe is open at the newly opened Axiom Hotel in San Francisco.

The newly opened Axiom Hotel, which is owned by Host Hotels & Resorts and managed by Kokua Hospitality, introduces a new cafe bar concept to San Francisco’s Union Square. Located at the iconic cable car turnaround, The Turn Cafe is designed for those on the go where people meet, interact, and recharge.

The cafe offers both guests and locals an assortment of dishes prepared with fresh, local, and organic ingredients throughout breakfast, lunch, and dinner for both sit down and take away. Menu highlights include organic juices, local micro-roast coffee, artisan sandwiches, and the signature Axiom Burger made with 100-percent grass-fed Niman Ranch beef. A full bar also serves a variety of local wines and hand-crafted specialty cocktails, including:

Axiom: Bulleit Rye, Luxardo Cherry, orange bitters, bitters, honey;

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Bacchus: Valdivieso Brut, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Domaine de Canton Ginger, bitters, brown sugar; 

Hot Smoke: Xicaru Mezcal, lime, honey, orange bitters, jalapeño;

Jalisco's Midori Sour: Herradura Silver, Midori, Cointreau, lime, honey, bitters;

GINadratta: Fords Gin, lemon, honey, basil, mint, cucumber, soda;

Cable Car: Remy Martin Cognac 1738, Cointreau, calamansi, honey, bitters; 

Rainbow City: Grey Goose Vodka, Blue Curaçao, Disaronno, lime, orange, pineapple; and

Top Shelf Trader Vic's Mai Tai 1944: Clement Gold Rum from Martinique, Myers’s Dark Rum from Jamaica, Cointreau, Disaronno, lemon, calamansi, lime, honey.

The Turn Cafe also has catering and banquet capabilities.

 

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