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From small plates to boxing workouts: Check out these 3 new Marina/Cow Hollow businesses

Photo: Solstice/Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on December 16, 2019.

Want to discover the newest businesses to open in the Marina and Cow Hollow? From a sleek lounge and nightclub to a boxing-inspired fitness studio, read on to see the newest destinations to land in this San Francisco neighborhood.

Rockwell

3200 Fillmore St.

Photo: Rockwell/Yelp

Rockwell is a new lounge and nightclub in the former Sabrosa space. The new spot features a dance floor, booth seating, an LED screen for video projections — and, of course, a full bar. Group reservations can be made in advance, and the space is available to book for private events.

Rockwell's current Yelp rating of five stars out of 10 reviews indicates positive attention from users.

Yelper Vadik A., who reviewed Rockwell on Dec. 6, wrote, "Amazing spot ... nice ambience and decor! Great place to grab a drink!"

Theresa H. noted, "A chic bar and lounge with simple yet elegant decor."

Rockwell is open from 10 p.m.–2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. (It's closed the rest of the week.)

Rumble Training

3322 Fillmore St.

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The second San Francisco location of Rumble Training is now open in Cow Hollow's former Real Food Company space, which will soon be home to plant-based cafe Indie Superette and SF's first location of Shake Shack as well.

Rumble, which also has gyms in New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Washington D.C., offers a unique workout regimen combining boxing and strength training. The 45-minute classes are divided into 10 rounds that alternate between cardio and resistance training.

The Marina location focuses more on training, compared to the boxing offerings at the FiDi location. Classes are available a la carte ($35) and in packages. See Rumble's website for more information.

Rumble Training's current Yelp rating of four stars out of three reviews indicates the newcomer has received a warm welcome so far.

Yelper Denise L., who reviewed Rumble Training on Oct. 27, wrote, "Pretty good workout."

Megan C. added, "Easy to book classes. The trainers are energetic and super friendly. Thoughtful amenities and awesome treads. Great addition to the neighborhood."

Rumble Training is open from 6:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m. on weekdays, 7 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Solstice

1980 Union St.

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Solstice is now open in the former Marengo space, serving craft cocktails and pub grub–style small plates. Food options include chicken wings with Mayan spices; crab cakes served with sweet and spicy slaw; crispy shrimp; and lamb meatballs with cumin yogurt, as well as main courses like salads and sandwiches.

Meanwhile, the bar mixes up more than a dozen classic and signature cocktails, including a Caribbean Old Fashioned made with rum, a peach mint julep, a ginger mojito and a house espresso martini made with cold brew coffee.

With a five-star Yelp rating out of 10 reviews on Yelp, Solstice has been getting positive attention.

Yelper Kevin T., who reviewed Solstice on Nov. 8, wrote, "Solstice has done a phenomenal job of taking the place over."

Duncan W. noted, "Solstice is a great, much-needed addition to Union Street! The staff is extremely friendly, and the food/drinks were delicious."

Solstice is open from 5 p.m.–2 a.m. on Tuesday-Thursday, 3 p.m.–2 a.m. on Friday and 10 a.m.–2 a.m. on weekends. (It's closed on Monday.)


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