Here’s a look at new San Francisco eateries, bars, hotels, conference spaces, private rooms, and other venues available for events this spring. The new and renovated San Francisco event spaces are available for corporate parties, weddings, fund-raisers, outdoor functions, business dinners, teambuilding activities, conferences, meetings, and more.

Hotel Triton unveiled a renovation in February, with a charming lobby filled with art. Designer Liubasha Rose and Rose Ink Workshop’s refresh centered around art and found objects, like large-scale photographs, a collection of Nigerian Yoruba Crowns, and a display case filled with minerals like sulfur and pink opal. The renovation also revealed a mural by impressionist artist Jon Oshanna, discovered behind the wall during demolition. The historic hotel’s 140 rooms are now designed to feel like a private home, with bathrooms complete with Carrera marble finishes and Waterworks plumbing features. The hotel can hold small cocktail receptions in its lobby living room, which is part of the public spaces of the hotel lobby and is not private. A 475-square-foot conference room is available, with room for 18 in boardroom-style seating or 25 in theater-style seats.