Summer Lovin'

By Jenn Thornton By Jenn Thornton | June 7, 2021 | Lifestyle, Parties, Feature, Sponsored Post,

Westfield San Francisco Centre takes Pride in its new experiences and absolutely grand openings.


Some like it hot!

Westfield, for one, which presents sizzing new attractions and events with Pride at the centerpiece of its slate. The back-in-time, high school-style Pride Prom (June 25 from 5-8PM), with a portion of proceeds benefitting the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, gets into the groove with cocktails, upscale cafeteria-inspired eats, a DJ, dancing, games, and photo moments. Leading up to Prom: Sips & Selfies Pride Edition (June 17 from 4-8PM), overflowing with champagne and snaps, and the Summer Celebration Swag giveaway and Summer Date Night Sweepstakes (both June 25-27 at Concierge).

Also, the all-star, all-style street-dance extravaganza Leave Your Mark on the Dancefloor (June 19 from 1-6PM), presented by TURFinc, will have dancers from the Bay Area and beyond battling for a $1000 prize.

Along with new arrivals Pink Pink Tea Shoppe, IWC Schafhausen and Savion’s Sweets, and Shake Shack, COEUR415 opens with a launch at Bespoke (June 19) and the new collection c415N°1.


Opening June 18, Westfield San Francisco Centre, Executive Order & Cavalier Restaurant debuts Jessie Street West, a new outdoor dining and entertainment space with music and art, open Friday & Saturday from 4-10 PM, complementing the usual fare at the Food Emporium and Rooftop Dining Terrace.

If you haven’t shopped local at Market Street Makers (June 12 and June 26 at 11AM) or visited Musiquarium @ The Selfie Market don’t worry, both are here through Summer!

All experiences “reshape how we shop, work and play,” says Westfield Director of Marketing Nick Cattaneo. “We’re proud to celebrate diversity, inclusion and shopping local to bring people together in ways that prioritize safety and comfort as a renewed energy in San Francisco becomes more evident each day.” Wrapped in colorful decorations, with rainbow walkways at both entrances, Westfield is sure showing its Pride.


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