The Chase Center development has created a dramatic new social destination for San Francisco – defined by striking architecture, an array of new entertainment options and a collection of the region’s best food venues. Occupying a high-profile spot on the Chase Center’s esplanade, Gott’s Roadside’s newest location – and second in San Francisco after the iconic Ferry Building – delivers modern roadside classics in an airy environment.
Inspired by the St. Helena roadside original, BCV’s design of the space creates a true indoor/outdoor experience– a hallmark of the Gott’s heritage. A welcoming patio, complete with a custom airstream trailer for outdoor drinks service, serves as a welcoming entry to the restaurant and offers some of the best open-air dining in the city. Inside, a palette of painted v-groove wood siding, blackened steel plate casings and detailed stainless steel kitchen is warmed by the overlay of oak benches and tables, ipe wood exterior furniture, and a single-plank communal wood table anchoring the dining area.