SFO Maple Leaf is an 8,168-square-foot space where guests can enter hands-free using biometric electronic gates. A long, spacious corridor leads travelers to large toilet and shower rooms, relaxing seating, a large VIP room, and three private working rooms.
The San Francisco Maple Leaf Lounge offers an extensive selection of local and Canadian food and beverages, as well as a full espresso barista bar. And, as mentioned above, Air Canada’s outdoor terrace overlooks picturesque San Francisco Bay and the airport’s runway.
Indoor seating and outdoor terrace
A spacious lounge with 165 seats. SFO Maple Leaf Finding a place to relax or work is no problem for visitors to his lounge.
Once inside, you’ll find plenty of individual seats and lounge chairs with views of the planes parked at the gates of Terminal 2. It is equipped with an adjoining private working room, a VIP room that can accommodate up to 10 people, shower facilities, and a toilet.
The private working room has glass doors for natural light and privacy. These rooms are especially useful for professionals who need to participate in video conferences or who need to call loved ones.
A cocktail and espresso bar at the back of the lounge adjoins the outdoor terrace and fresh food area. This space offers two additional seating areas that include comfortable chairs, a dining table, and high-top seating. Also on display is a custom floor-to-ceiling mural depicting San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gates and Bridges by artist Amos Goldbaum.
ADA compliant tables are located throughout the lounge and all areas of the lounge are easily accessible with disabled access.
Wall outlet and USB power port
USB power ports and US wall outlets are plentiful and can be found at almost every seat in Air Canada’s San Francisco Maple Leaf Lounge. Lounge visitors don’t have to worry about where to power and charge their most important electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and portable laptop computers.
drinks, cocktails and espresso bar
The bar offers traditional seating and a variety of carefully selected cocktails, California and Canadian wines, local craft beers, and an espresso selection.
Cocktail recommendations include a modern take on the spicy margarita called Golden Gate, a floral vodka cocktail called Sakura Bloom, a mezcal-based Sunset Negroni, and an espresso martini. Local craft beers include Sierra Nevada Brewing Company and Anchor His Brewing in San Francisco’s Potrero Hills. Wines currently featured include selected vintages from Louis Jadot, Trivent Reserve, Angels & Cowboys, Familia Torres and Cannonball Winery.
Air Canada partnered with Lavazza to offer guests bespoke espresso drinks such as lattes, cappuccinos and macchiatos. In addition to teas, Coca-Cola soft drinks, freshly made iced fruit teas and juices are also available.
Some lounges, such as the Alaska Lounge, United Club, Delta Sky Club, and American Airlines Admirals Club, have two drink menus, one free and one for purchase, but all Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge guests are free. No need to pay for drinks. .
food and snacks
The Maple Leaf Lounge SFO is most notable for its fresh and delicious cuisine showcasing local makers and flavors. The Scratch Kitchen cooks many dishes on the premises of the lounge itself. Air Canada has partnered with Chef Errol Figueroa of Flick Hospitality Group to bring you local cuisine created by a culinary collective.
Lunch and dinner entrees unveiled at the grand opening included delicious lobster bisque, adobo chicken, seafood cioppino, sliders, roasted vegetables and more. Homemade baked goods and fresh fruit were also available, as well as crisp salads, Capri wraps and turkey sandwiches.
For early departures, we also offer a rich breakfast. Options include eggs and egg whites, bacon and turkey sausages, hash browns, black beans, oatmeal, assorted tortillas, breads and pastries, fruit and yogurt, and cold cereals.
Please note that these culinary choices are subject to change as seasonal menus and new recipes are updated for our guests. Breakfast is served from 4:15 AM to 10:30 AM, and lunch/dinner is served from 10:30 AM to close daily.
private shower and toilet
With plenty of space to freshen up before or after your trip, the lounge features showers with heated towel racks and several private guest bathrooms. Maple Leaf Lounge guests have access to Molton Brown amenities.