In 2021, the Pinkathon San Francisco will be both a Virtual and In-Person Event. The In-Person Pinkathon SF will take place on Sat. Oct. 23, 2021 at the San Francisco Ferry Building by Gott’s Roadside’s outdoor patio.
Please look at this map carefully if you have never been here before. Click here for Google Maps coordinates
- BART- Plan your trip at https://www.bart.gov/
- Caltrain also runs on Saturdays, the earliest train arriving in SF @ 8:52am. Then take a Taxi/Uber to the Ferry Building. https://www.caltrain.com/schedules/weekend-timetable.html
- Parking on Saturdays: the best deal is Embarcadero Center 4 Parking Lot, which is $3 per hour without validation, or $2 for 0-4 hours with validation at the CUESA Info Booth (normal rates of apply after 4 hours). Hours are 7am – Midnight on Weekends. The Embarcadero Center 4 Parking Lot entrance is on Clay Street near the intersection with Drumm.
- For parking validation, go to the CUESA Farmers Market Info Booth is in front of the SF Ferry Building and is only open during the hours of the Farmers Market (8am-2pm). https://cuesa.org/markets/visit
- The CUESA Ferry Building Farmers Market will be open 8am-2pm, with masks and social distancing and other Covid-19 protocols required.
- The Ferry Building is open at 8am and has indoor restrooms. Masks and social distancing are required indoors.
- If dining indoors in San Francisco, proof of vaccination is now required by law.
Drive, Park & BART:
- On Saturdays, it’s FREE to park at the BART stations that have parking, although you still have to pay for your BART ticket. To see which BART Stations offer Free Parking, go to http://www.bart.gov/ Remember: Whatever BART Station you use to get to the Ferry Building, make sure you EXIT at the EMBARCADERO Bart Station!
- If you are driving from points EAST of San Francisco, one of the most convenient BART Stations to the Pinkathon SF is the West Oakland BART Station, which services trains from ALL BART lines and has loads of parking. If you are driving from points South of San Francisco, you might park at Daly City BART Station, which is also a stop on ALL BART lines. Many other BART Stations offer free parking too. For more info, go to: http://www.bart.gov/.
- Many other BART Stations have LARGE Parking lots which are FREE to the public on weekends. For more info, go to: http://www.bart.gov.
BRIDGE TOLLS: If you are driving and crossing a bridge, expect bridge tolls up to $6 and plan for delays at toll plazas, especially INTO SF after 8 AM.