San Francisco offers eventful location for CDA Presents

There will be a plethora of learning opportunities and new technology on display at CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry on Sept. 4-6 in San Francisco at the Moscone Center, but attendees can also take advantage of the various activities the city has to offer in the evenings.

CDA Presents attendees who are coming from far away or even locally can plan their trip ahead of time in order to take in the lectures, workshops and exhibit hall floor during the day and then experience the sights and sounds of San Francisco nightlife afterward.

Below are a few things dentists and their teams can do while in San Francisco.

  • The CDA Party will take place at the California Academy of Sciences on Friday, September 5 from 7 to 10 p.m.
  • There are several restaurants near the Moscone Center including, North Beach Restaurant (1512 Stockton Street), Jillian’s (101 4th Street), La Briciola Restaurant (489 Third Street), Rocco’s Cafe (1131 Folsom Street), Cesario’s Fine Food (601 Sutter Street), Waiters On Wheels (5425 Mission Street) and Firenze By Night (1429 Stockton Street).
  • The Slanted Door (1 Ferry Building #3) was recently named the most Outstanding Restaurant in the country in the James Beard Awards. The Slanted Door serves Vietnamese food, and according to its website, uses “local organic produce, ecologically and humanely raised meats, game and poultry found at farms around the San Francisco Bay Area.” The restaurant also boasts sweeping views of the Bay Bridge.
  • The Moscone Center is within walking distance of Union Square, which is one of the biggest and most popular shopping spots in the country.
  • The Mountain View Art & Wine Festival is Sept. 6-7 on Castro Street in Mountain View.
  • The Oakland A’s will take on the Houston Astros on Friday, Sept. 5 at 7:05 p.m. at the O.co Coliseum.
  • The San Francisco Symphony will host Benjamin Grosvenor on Sept. 5-6 when he performs Ravel’s jazz-inspired Piano Concerto in G major. The event will be held at the Davies Symphony Hall at 8 p.m. on both Sept. 5 and 6.
  • Several museums are open in the evenings making it easy for CDA Presents attendees to check them out after the convention: The de Young museum and Exploratorium – After Dark (Thursday, Sept. 4).

This is just a sample of what CDA Presents attendees can do offsite while they are in San Francisco. For more options, visit the San Francisco Visitors Bureau website.

Registration is now open for CDA Presents in San Francisco at cdapresents.com.

Topics: CDA Presents