The Spa at MacArthur, the Pool, and the Fitness Center are currently undergoing a rejuvenation and the Pool and Fitness Center will remain closed until September 29th. The Spa will continue to provide an array of facial and massage treatments. All three of our culinary experiences, Layla, a Mediterranean-meets-Sonoma inspired restaurant — the cocktail-forward Bar at MacArthur and The Porch coffee shop will continue to provide seasonal dining with farm-fresh ingredients. Learn more about the final phase of our transformation here.

Layla & Friends VOL I

Layla & Friends is a culinary collaboration between Layla’s Executive Chef Cole Dickinson and celebrated chefs from lauded Bay Area restaurants. Join us for the inaugural 8-course dinner in this series, featuring the San Francisco-based team from Michelin-starred Sons & Daughters, including Chef Teague Moriarty.  Seating for this 8-course prix-fix dinner is limited, so please secure your tickets in advance.

Sons & Daughters | Thursday, May 30th

$95 for the dinner
$150 with wine pairings

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About Sons & Daughters

Sons & Daughters is an intimate restaurant in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood where they exclusively serve a seasonal tasting menu influenced by local farmers and gardens.  The menu and restaurant are led by Michelin-starred chef and owner Teague Moriarty.

The Menu

First Course | Sons & Daughters

cucumber, avocado, pistachio, sesame

Second Course | Layla

scallop, tomato, fermented cherry, kombu oil

Third Course | Sons & Daughters

softshell crab, babaganoush, caviar

Fourth Course | Layla

delta asparagus, egg yolk gnocchi, smoked trout roe


Fifth Course | Sons & Daughters

salmon, sumac, sweet potatoes, carrots

Sixth Course | Layla

charred and glazed lamb for two, Baharat spices, aromatic herbs, “bonchon”

Dessert Course I | Layla

Greek yogurt pate de bombe, preserved green strawberry pretending to be ripe

Dessert Course II  | Sons & Daughters

dates and chocolate

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