• Women 2.0 HowTo Conference San Francisco, September 30 - October 1, 2014

A San Francisco How-To Guide for Out-of-Towners

Woman in Cafe on Laptop

Entrepreneurs never get a day off. So we found a few cafes that will make working remotely and attending our “How To” Conference easy and enjoyable.

By Jordan Hunter (Editorial Intern, Women 2.0)

We are thrilled to have innovators from around the world come to our San Francisco “How-To” Conference!

Whether you’re traveling solo or coming with your family, we know you don’t get to venture around the city as much as you might like to.

Many conference attendees have to work while they’re in town, so we came up with a few cafes that are affordable, are within walking distance to the conference venue, Hotel Kabuki, and (bonus!) all have free Wi-fi.

We understand that as entrepreneurs you rarely get a day off and free Wi-fi, coffee and a working space in one place is probably your idea of heaven.

1. Hush Coffee Bar

1700 Post Street

Less than a minute away from the conference hotel, Hush Coffee Bar is not your typical cozy cafe. This futuristic atmosphere resembles a club more than a cafe, hence the name “coffee bar.” This place will give you that quick fix of coffee and free Wi-fi.

Hush Coffee Bar Directions

2. Jane on Fillmore

2123 Fillmore Street

This is a personal favorite for this cafe’s workspace. This cafe, only a nine-minute walk from the venue, has it all: the food, the Wi-fi and the classic European decor.

Jane on Fillmore Directions

3. Evolution Fresh

2201 Fillmore Street

Get reenergized and enjoy a nice walk to the beautiful Pacific Heights neighborhood. If you aren’t a coffee drinker, this is the place for you. Grab a salad and some fresh juice and conquer your work day.

Evolution Fresh Directions

Photo Credit: David Goehring via Flickr

Only seven weeks until our “How To” Conference. Make sure to get a ticket and take advantage of the regular bird pricing!

Jordan Hunter

About the author: Jordan Hunter (@wannabe_wintour) is an editorial intern at Women 2.0. She is in her last year at San Francisco State University where she is pursuing a B.A. in journalism and a minor in political science and was the former Print Managing Editor of the campus newspaper. She loves everything to do with grammar and blogging about beauty.