Belden Place is a one lane, one way street (pedestrians only) that runs between Pine Street and Bush Street on a block that is bordered by Kearny Street and Montgomery Street in San Francisco, California. It lies on the border of the Financial District, Chinatown, and Union Square. It is easily accessible by car or foot. Please click here to view a fully interactive map.

By Car:

  • From the East Bay, exit from the Bay Bridge, make a right on to Third Street, take that across Market where it turns in to Kearny where Belden Place is located at Bush Street on the right.
  • From the North Bay, come across the Golden Gate, down to Van Ness and take a left off Van Ness on Bush Street. Follow this down to where it crosses Kearny.
  • From the South Bay, exit from Highway 101/80 before it crosses the Bay Bridge, drive up to Third Street, make a left and follow that up past Market Street where it becomes Kearny and onward to the corner of Bush Street where Belden Place is on the right.
  • In case you haven’t heard, parking is always difficult in San Francisco and while you may be the lucky soul who parks right next to Belden, it is more likely that you’ll want to use a garage. One is located across Kearny from Belden and up the street about three blocks. There are others in the neighborhood as well that you’ll probably want to make use of in order to keep your dining experience a pleasant one.

By Foot:
Walking to Belden is quite simple and doesn’t involve any of San Francisco’s notorious hills if you’re coming from Market Street, which is the most direct route as there are many buses that stop on or near Montgomery or Kearny Streets where you should exit and walk the three blocks up to Belden. Montgomery Station is equally convenient for those taking Bart or Muni trains and the same directions apply.