Opening in Jackson Square, San Francisco - late 2020 / early 2021
Eco Terreno is bringing a touch of Sonoma to San Francisco. Eco Terreno SF will be a hub of wine activity that includes wine tasting experiences, food and wine pairings, educational opportunities, and entertainment.
Located at the crossroads of Chinatown, North Beach, and Jackson Square. Our vibrant, historical neighborhood, once known as The Barbary Coast, was a debaucherous, controversial district that gave rise to the overarching persona of San Francisco.
Our building has been a constant supporter of tolerance and acceptance, offering a safe place of expression and freedom to all guests. In 1918, Jelly Roll Morton opened the Jupiter Club, a “black and tan club.” Black and tan clubs were safe places for interracial and diverse classes to mingle - frowned upon in societal norms of the time. In 1936, it housed Mona’s 440, the first openly lesbian club, marketing itself as “a place where girls could be boys.”
We look forward to being a part of your community!