The Curran defines the western edge of San Francisco’s theater district, located two blocks west of Union Square.
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The Curran box office is located at 445 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 .
The closest stop is Powell Station for BART and Muni Light Rail trains. Use the Bay Area's 511 TakeTransit Trip Planner to get public transit information.
Discounted parking is available at:
The Mason/O’Farrell Garage Located at the corner of Mason and O'Farrell streets. Theatergoers can park for up to five hours for $15. Present your ticket to the attendant to receive this special rate.
550 O'Farrell Garage $8 Sun - Wed, $10 Thu - Sat flat rate parking for Curran guests. Present ticket to attendant to receive this rate.
Several other nearby garages offer valet parking services:
The Curran is proud to provide its patrons with three new bars, which open one hour before and after showtime. We’ve curated a special selection of local drinks and bites. Join us before and after showtime to enjoy these refreshments.
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501 Geary Street
Tratto is one of the newest additions to our neighborhood and boy, are we happy that they moved in! Known for their relaxed, communal-style dining, Tratto serves up some of the best Italian food within a short walking distance to the theater. Along with its carefully crafted cocktails, the restaurant also offers an extensive wine list that features both local and Italian wines. We recommend trying the fresh, handmade pastas and pizzas--they're both definitely something to write home about!
Curran guests receive a complimentary signature item -- just show your ticket stub to your server when seated.
242 O'Farrell Street
Searching for a lively spot to rehash the show over some tasty bites and drinks? Only a stone's toss away from the Curran, look no further than Bartlett Hall. Lauded especially for its house-brewed beers and barrel-aged cocktails, this laid-back neighborhood haunt also serves a seasonal-driven menu, which always presents diners with a unique challenge to uphold manners and resist the urge to lick their plates! Wine lovers are in luck, as well: Bartlett Hall offers a wide-range of California-focused wines.
Rejoice! Receive a 20% discount when you present your Curran ticket stub.
398 Geary Street
Finding the unmarked entrance to this intimate, speakeasy-style hangout can be a bit of a challenge, (*tip: We find it easiest to access the bar on Mason Street; it is located right next to Ruby Sky on the south side. Follow the stairs up to the bar.) but is worth the effort. Along with serving more traditional drinks, Benjamin Cooper also offers custom crafted cocktails with unique, often unusual ingredients. The staff is delightfully easygoing and will happily explain some of the more complicated-sounding drinks or trade out ingredients. Seafood-inclined bar goers will be happy to know that the bar also serves a fairly wide selection of fresh oysters.
320 Geary Street
With its cozy ambiance, Eno makes wine tasting fun and approachable for newcomers and connoisseurs alike. The bar boasts a remarkably diverse wine list from around the world and offers flights for those who can't decide. For a truly enlightening education on wine, ask for Joel, the head sommelier. Tell him we sent you!
Curran offers tickets in strict accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
As a historic building that opened in 1922, Curran is unable to provide wheelchair access to the upper levels of the auditorium, therefore a number of accessible seats exceeding the requirement have been set aside in the Orchestra in rows N (on the house left side) and U (on the left and right sides). You may purchase these tickets online, however if there is any question as to which seats might work best for you, you are encouraged to call us at (415) 358-1220. Please specify accessibility as the topic of the inquiry and an accessibility expert will respond.
Plus-sized patrons may inquire about the location and availability of our swing-arm seats in the orchestra as well as freestanding armless seats in the accessible rows.
Those with mobility devices (canes, crutches, walkers, etc.) will need to check these items with a staff member to comply with local fire code regulations. At the end of the performance, an usher will return the device to the guest, or at intermission upon request.
We strive to accommodate all patrons to the best of our ability. Please try to arrive early if you need help with access so that our staff can be as attentive to you as possible.
As part of our renovation, we have added new restroom facilities. Fully accessible restrooms are located on the lower level of the theater. A lift in the lobby is available for patrons with mobility issues.
Audio Assisted Listening Devices
Devices are available at our boutique in the lobby on a first-come, first-served basis. We ask patrons to leave a state-issued ID or driver’s license as deposit on all devices.
ASL, Open Captioned & Audio Described Performances
Please see show pages for specially scheduled performances or call us at (415) 358-1220.