The Mint’s main level contains twelve unique rooms of varying sizes. Highlights include two ornate “Counting Rooms” with exquisite chandeliers, an impressive “Column Room” with striking column accents, and a rustic “Brick Room.” Additional options include two spacious corner rooms, a vault, and four smaller rooms for more intimate gatherings. You’ll love the outdoor courtyard space in the middle of the building, as well as the spacious hallways that provide additional room for celebrating.
The Mint’s vault level boasts an additional six rooms full of historic character and one-of-a-kind features such as the ornate vault doors, historic steel-lined walls with exposed brick, a genuine stamp mill from the California gold fields, and hallways that are full of eclectic ambiance.
A unique offering about this wedding catering venue is the wide variety of rooms that can be used either individually or collectively, offering large as well as intimate spaces for your special day. Whether hosting 50 or 500 guests, they will all enjoy an exceptional atmosphere that embraces the history and culture of San Francisco and the Bay Area.
Designed by Alfred B. Mullett and completed in 1874, the iconic four-story building is notable as one of “the last major examples of classic revival architecture in the United States." Embodying the resilient spirit of San Francisco, the Mint survived the 1906 earthquake and fire and went on to become the most active mint in the United States between 1874 and 1937. Nicknamed “The Granite Lady”, at one time the Mint was responsible for holding one-third of the nation’s entire gold reserves – a legacy of prestige reflected by its classical architecture and style.
Global Gourmet Catering is proud to be a preferred wedding caterer for this historic San Francisco venue.