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Entry To Food Court From Justin Herman Plaza (202 views)
4 Embarcadero Center external link Ground Floor
Between Drumm Street and Justin Herman Plaza
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And between Sacramento and Clay Streets

San Francisco, California

(Photo posted Sunday 17 February 3013)

(Photo taken 15:10:47 Saturday 24 November 2012)

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A food court lined the pedestrian way between 4 Embarcadero and the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Here was the entry to the food court as viewed from Justin Herman Plaza.

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(2 of 15) The entry to the 4 Embarcadero Center shopping area as seen from Justin Herman Plaza. Notice the Ice Skating Rink to the right, only set up for a month between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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(3 of 15) The ground floor entry to 4 Embarcadero Center as seen from Justin Herman Plaza. Notice the Posh Bagel to the left and the Buckhorn Grill to the right.
Clay Street Side (229 views)
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(4 of 15) This is the Clay Street side of 4 Embarcadero Center with entry to underground parking. To the right of this shot was Sue Bierman Park .
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(5 of 15) This was the pedestrian entrance to 4 Embarcadero Center located mid-block on Clay Street. Notice that the underground parking lot was full.
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(6 of 15) The Drumm Street side of the 4 Embarcadero Center. Notice the pedestrian bridge over the street connecting 4 Embarcadero Center to 3 Embarcadero Center.
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(7 of 15) The Drumm Street entrance to 4 Embarcadero Center. Directly overhead in this shot was the pedestrian bridge connecting 4 Embarcadero Center to 3 Embarcadero Center.
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(8 of 15) A fashion window advertising "Petites," was found just inside the entrance to 4 Embarcadero Center. The store that featured this window was The Loft .
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(9 of 15) The pedestrian extension of Sacramento Street was a food court. This was that food court as seen looking out through the Sacramento Street entrance to 4 Embarcadero Center.
The Coffee Bean (298 views)
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(10 of 15) Just inside 4 Embarcadero Center from the pedestrian extension of Sacramento Street was the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf .
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(11 of 15) In the center of 4 Embarcadero Center was a spiral ramp for walking between the floors. In the center of that spiral ramp was a garden fountain at the base of a huge concrete statue.
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(12 of 15) The ground floor's tile floor as seen from the middle level. The tile-work is much less obvious when standing on it.
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(13 of 15) The inside of the Clay Street Entrance as seen from the middle floor.
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(14 of 15) The view inside the food court at the 4 Embarcadero Center. The is the pedestrian way extension to Sacramento Street.
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(15 of 15) The window looking into the the Sushi Kinta restaurant in 4 Embarcadero Center on the pedestrian way part of Sacramento Street that forms the food court.