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Thrive City, the 11-acre mixed-use, privately-financed complex in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, is home to retail stores and restaurants in the surrounding district of Chase Center. Thrive City is also a community gathering space for farmer’s markets as well as a future slate of year-round health and wellness programming, including Get Fit clinics, yoga sessions, and much more.


Reimagine Japanese and Chinese dishes with local California ingredients in a fine-casual atmosphere.

Now open at Thrive City, Gott's modern approach to roadside cuisine features locally sourced ingredients.

A 10,000 square foot store with the largest selection of Warriors apparel, located on the plaza at Thrive City.

Balanced beers made on a framework of craft, culture and community.

Tyler Florence’s modern American Steakhouse delivers a refined and comfortable restaurant experience.

Philz takes handmade and personalized coffee to another level.

Cupcakin’ Bake Shop provides Thrive City visitors a variety of cupcake offerings, including limited edition peach cobbler cupcake, classic red velvet and signature key lime pie.

GluGlu is the latest food and wine project from the the Master Sommelier duo behind Ungrafted, Chris Gaither and Rebecca Fineman.

Che Fico’s signature pizza, made with a naturally fermented dough and hand pulled cheese, will be available by the pie and slice, and featured alongside salads, sandwiches, and soft serve gelato.

The Kayah menu showcases the diverse flavors and culinary traditions of Southeast Asian street food, with a particular emphasis on Burmese cuisine.

This location will debut exclusive menu items specific to the location, along with their beloved classics, including the sisig tacos, señor sisig burrito, sisig fries and more.

The Misalignment Museum 501(c)(3) is an art installation with the purpose of increasing knowledge about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its power for destruction and good.

A full-service branch offering the latest banking technology, located on corner of 3rd Street and Warriors Way.