When he took over the San Francisco Examiner and launched the era of tabloid journalism, the 23-year-old William Randolph Hearst could not have predicted that one of his former printing plants would serve as a gathering place for the trendy and chic. On the third floor of Hearst's reputed former digs is a small place where people today gather for weddings, cocktail parties, and meetings. The Box SF offers a hip, industrial venue for the perfect San Francisco get-together. With a warm and inviting loft aesthetic, the space boasts two connecting rooms that accommodate up to 200 people. Though located in a building ripe with history, the space does what it can to stay current, providing free wireless and A/V hookups, and practicing environmental responsibility in its choice of dishes and utensils. The Box SF ensures that your gathering is as tasteful and elegant as the historic city itself.