Guidelet: The City By The Bay, San Francisco

A travel guide to San Francisco, California, Estados Unidos | Target Market: university students, entrepreneurs, clubbers, families, newlyweds, retirees, exchange students, back | A travel guide by: Mia Shotwell

The City By The Bay, San Francisco offers outstanding nightclubs, fashionable restaurants, authentic cuisines, fun events for singles, engaging activities and parks for children, and interactive museums for your family and friends!
The City By The Bay, San Francisco ", a travel guide to San Francisco, California, Estados Unidos

Summary of points of interest in this travel guide to San Francisco, California, Estados Unidos


Ruby Skye

Why visit:

Ruby Skye is San Francisco's premiere Nightclub and Special Event Venue. It is conveniently located in the heart of downtown SF just off of Union Square and the famed theatre district. Whether you're a seasoned club enthusiast, looking to go out for a memorable evening, or wish to host a private event, Ruby Skye is available for all your entertaining needs.

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at 420 Mason St


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Ruby Skye, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Infusion Lounge

Why visit:

Infusion Lounge is ideally located at San Francisco’s world renowned Union Square within a five-block radius of more than 5,000 hotel rooms as well as the West Coast’s largest shopping center and the famous downtown theater district.

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at 124 Ellis St


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Infusion Lounge, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Temple Nightclub

Why visit:

The Temple Nightclub is housed inside the Zen Compound lies and is a Green nightclub and Ki Sushi, which is a sustainable sushi and Izakaya bar.

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at 540 Howard St


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Temple Nightclub, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Great American Music Hall

Why visit:

Voted #6 in the Best Clubs in America list by Rolling Stone magazine in 2013, San Francisco’s oldest and grandest nightclub, the Great American Music Hall carries guests back to an earlier, more elegant era, with its ornate balconies, soaring marble columns and elaborate ceiling frescoes.

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at 859 Ofarrell St


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Great American Music Hall, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Bimbo's 365 Club

Why visit:

For gigantic parties and receptions, Bimbo’s retro supperclub feel provides a classic and memorable setting. Amenities include state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, a concert stage, dance floor, and an art deco influenced showroom.

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at 1025 Columbus Ave


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Bimbo

DNA Lounge

Why visit:

Awesome events and their restaurant is open 24/7, with pizza, sandwiches, espresso, a full bar, free delivery, and free wifi!

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at 375 11th St


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DNA Lounge, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Roccapulco

Why visit:

Roccapulco is home of the best international shows and offers high-energy salsa dancing events.

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at 3140 Mission St


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Roccapulco, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Beauty Bar

Why visit:

A small and friendly bar where you can dance, enjoy a martini, and get a manicure at the same time!

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at 2229 Mission St


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Beauty Bar, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Air Lounge

Why visit:

Descending the stairs to the all brick patio feels like being invited to an exclusive party by friends in the know. Upon entering this sub-street level lounge, you will be inundated by the simple, modern decor pervading this venue. Blue hued and romantic, this lounge is one of California's sexiest locales. Those who swore off drinking for the new year should try one of the bars mouth watering cocktails. A relaxed, friendly vibe separates AIR from similar lounge establishments.

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at 492 9th St


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Air Lounge, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Uptown Nightclub

Why visit:

The Uptown Nightclub is the crown jewel of the East San Francisco Bay Area nightlife with beers on tap and a dance floor.

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at 1928 Telegraph Ave


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The Uptown Nightclub, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Forbidden Island

Why visit:

Located in the heart of Alameda’s historic Bay Station Shopping District, Forbidden Island features a wide array of classic and contemporary gourmet cocktails, served in an exotic & fun tropical atmosphere.

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at 1304 Lincoln Ave


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Forbidden Island, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Hong Kong Lounge 穗香酒家

Why visit:

Hong Kong Lounge offers Chinese Food delivery and Pick up Catering Online and considered the best chinese restaurant in San Francisco.

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at 5322 Geary Blvd


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Hong Kong Lounge 穗香酒家, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Cafe Cocomo

Why visit:

Cafe Cocomo is San Francisco´s best salsa club for salsa dancing music and lessons.

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at 650 Indiana St


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Cafe Cocomo, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Riptide

Why visit:

The Riptide is the Bay Area's best little honky-tonk by the beach. Located in the Sunset District of San Francisco it was built in 1941 and has the look and feel of a small town lodge. In addition to rustic brick flooring and high ceilings, the original knotty pine walls and raging fireplace add warmth you can feel as soon as you step inside.

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at 3639 Taraval St


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The Riptide, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Holy Cow Nightclub

Why visit:

Holy Cow Nighclub is perfect place for private parties, special occasions, and dancing to the best disco music in San Francisco.

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at 1535 Folsom St


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Holy Cow Nightclub, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Blackthorn Tavern

Why visit:

Blackthorn Tavern in the SF Sunset is an Irish pub/sports bar that hosts karaoke and quiz nights. Its log-cabin walls create a timeless feel and atmosphere.

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at 834 Irving St


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Blackthorn Tavern, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Fireside Bar

Why visit:

Fireside Bar is a lovely little neighborhood bar with many nooks to enjoy a nice drink by the surrounding the central fireplace. With inviting interior design and tattoo inspired artwork, this living-room inspired bar includes comfortable couches & chairs to relax. Expect excellent professional service, nice cocktails, and welcoming locals.

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at 603 Irving St


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Fireside Bar, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Mighty

Why visit:

A hidden new nightclub gem in the emerging SOMISSPO district of San Francisco, where SOMA, the Mission and Potrero Hill meet. This casual club features excellent DJs and non-stop dancing.

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at 119 Utah St


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Mighty, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

G Cube Cafe

Why visit:

G Cube Cafe is a japanese Shabu Shabu and Lounge featuring sushi dishes, soups, and bottomless ice-cream.

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at 1626 Taraval St


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G Cube Cafe, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Trad'r Sam's

Why visit:

Trad´r Sam´s whips up icy drinks in a tiki setting with a decor of golden lights swooping across the bar and tables.

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at 6150 Geary Blvd


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Trad

Internos Wine Cafe

Why visit:

Internos Wine Cafe is a neighborhood favorite with a relaxed and cozy, rustic wine bar tucked in on Geary Boulevard in the Inner Richmond/Laurel Heights neighborhood. Internos offers a fresh, sophisticated long list of wines by the glass, as well as many unique wines by the bottle.

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at 3240 Geary Blvd


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Internos Wine Cafe, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Bitter End

Why visit:

The Bitter End is an Irish bar and pub that offers very popular trivia and pub quiz nights.

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at 441 Clement St


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The Bitter End, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Lava Lounge

Why visit:

The Lava Lounge is a classy and comfortable lounge centrally located in San Francisco's South of Market (SoMa) district.

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at 527 Bryant St.


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Lava Lounge, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Mezzanine

Why visit:

Mezzanine is the most progressive club on the west coast, a global destination for live music.

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at 444 Jessie St


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Mezzanine, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Yoshi's Jazz Club & Japanese Restaurant

Why visit:

This state-of-the-art live music club and upscale Michelin-rated Japanese restaurant features the best of local, national and international performance artists.

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at 510 Embarcadero W


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Yoshi

Aziza

Why visit:

Aziza is a high-end Moroccan restaurant.

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at 510 Embarcadero W


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Aziza, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Alembic

Why visit:

The Alembic is a flashy tapas restaurant and Gastropub with handcrafted cocktails.

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at 1725 Haight St


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The Alembic, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Al-Masri Egyptian Cuisine

Why visit:

Al-Masri Egyptian Cuisineis the ONLY Egyptian Restaurant in Northern California, serving authentic Egyptian food and belly dance entertainment.

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at 4031 Balboa St


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Al-Masri Egyptian Cuisine, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Beast and the Hare

Why visit:

The Beast and the Hare Restaurant has a creative American meat-focused menu and a lively vibe.

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at 1001 Guerrero St


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Beast and the Hare, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Benihana

Why visit:

Benihana Restaurant serves authentic and experienced Hibachi Japanese cuisine.

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at 1737 Post St


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Benihana, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

LuLu

Why visit:

One of San Franciscans' favorite dining spots, Restaurant LuLu features a seasonal Provençal menu that showcases the products of a wood-fired oven, rotisserie and grill. The rustic, unpretentious fare is served family-style, encouraging a festive and communal atmosphere of good food in comfortable surroundings.

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at 816 Folsom St


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LuLu, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Frances

Why visit:

The Frances Restaurant offers a Californian fare plus wine by the ounce, as well as an intimate setting in the Castro District.

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at 3870 17th St


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Frances, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Rich Table

Why visit:

Rich Table is a rustic Northern California restaurant. Every dish on the daily changing menu has a rich balance that creates an exciting juxtaposition of flavors.

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at 199 Gough St


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Rich Table, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Greens Restaurant

Why visit:

Greens Restaurant is located in Fort Mason with beautiful bayside vegetarian dining and lovely views of the bay.

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at Building A


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Greens Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Vicoletto

Why visit:

Vicoletto offers a modern setting for Italian specialities.

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at 550 Green St


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Vicoletto, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

New Tsing Tao Restaurant

Why visit:

New Tsing Tao Restaurant offers authentic Chinese cuisine for lunch, dinner or delivery.

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at 550 Green St


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New Tsing Tao Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Big 4

Why visit:

With a focus on seasonal cuisine, the menu at the Big 4 Restaurant offers locally-sourced, San Francisco Bay Area ingredients.

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at 550 Green St


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The Big 4, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Pazzia Restaurant

Why visit:

Pazzia Restaurant features Italian fare and delicious pizza.

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at 550 Green St


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Pazzia Restaurant , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

One Market Restaurant

Why visit:

One Market Restaurant was awarded as San Francisco Chronicle's Top 100 Restaurants and features New American fare with Embarcadero views.

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at 1 Market St


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One Market Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Chapeau!

Why visit:

Chapeau is an upcale French restaurant with an impeccable wine selection.

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at 126 Clement St


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Chapeau!, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Katia's: A Russian Tea Room

Why visit:

Katia's: A Russian Tea Room features Russian cooking and formal tea service.

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at 600 5th Ave


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Katia

Mandalay

Why visit:

Mandalay Restaurant is a longtime locale for Burmese cuisine.

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at 4348 California St


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Mandalay, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Matterhorn Swiss Restaurant

Why visit:

Located in the heart of San Francisco, The Matterhorn Swiss Restaurant serves authentic Swiss cuisine in a casual smart Alpine setting. Check out their carefully crafted Fondue menu!

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at 2323 Van Ness Ave


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The Matterhorn Swiss Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Anchor & Hope

Why visit:

Anchor & Hope is an upscale seafood restaurant in a converted garage space.

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at 83 Minna St


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Anchor & Hope, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant

Why visit:

This beautifully-renovated historic building houses two restaurants: The Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant and The Park Chalet Garden Restaurant.

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at 1000 Great Hwy


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Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Delancey Street Restaurant

Why visit:

Delancey Street Restaurant serves ecclectic dishes and features shockingly affordable prices, late hours at night, and polite waitstaff.

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at 600 The Embarcadero


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Delancey Street Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Basil Thai Restaurant & Bar

Why visit:

Basil Thai Restaurant & Bar offers authentic thai food with a twist in a Bangkok atmosphere.

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at 1175 Folsom St


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Basil Thai Restaurant & Bar, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Enjoy Vegetarian Restaurant

Why visit:

Enjoy Vegetarian Restaurant combines all favorite dishes from Chinese, vegetarian and kosher dining in one unique atmosphere.

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at 839 Kearny St


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Enjoy Vegetarian Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Company

Why visit:

Company Restaurant is a casual, neighborhood bistro celebrating the bounty of California.

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at 1000 Guerrero St


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Company, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

HRD Coffee Shop

Why visit:

HRD Coffe Shop presents Chef David Yeung's innovative fusion cuisine that has amassed a loyal following not only in San Francisco, but across the globe.

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at 521A 3rd Street


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HRD Coffee Shop, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

San Tung Chinese Restaurant

Why visit:

San Tung Chinese Restaurant serves famous dry chicken of San Tung, as well as hot & sour soups.

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at 2240 Irving St


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San Tung Chinese Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Gold Mirror Italian Restaurant

Why visit:

Gold Mirror Restaurant is considered San Francisco's best family-style Italian restaurant, as well an old-time institution for a lovely dining experience.

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at 800 Taraval St


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Gold Mirror Italian Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Bullshead Restaurant

Why visit:

Bullshead Restaurant serves Buffalo steaks, burgers, and a hearty fare.

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at 840 Ulloa St


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Bullshead Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Wonderland Restaurant

Why visit:

Wonderland Restaurant delivers delicious Chinese food ALL DAY.

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at 500 Haight St


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Wonderland Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Mars Bar & Restaurant

Why visit:

Mars Bar & Restaurant offers a full service bar and restaurant, as well as one of the best jukeboxes. Enjoy the great staff, terrific drinks, and an awesome burger!

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at 798 Brannan St


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Mars Bar & Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Delfina

Why visit:

The bustling Delfina Restaurant serves superb seasonal Italian cuisine. It is one of the city's most cherished family-owned restaurants.

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at 3621 18th St


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Delfina, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Evergreen Garden Restaurant

Why visit:

Evergreen Garden Restaurant offers casual Vietnamese Dining within close proximity to the Roxie Theater in the Mission District.

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at 3100 18th St


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Evergreen Garden Restaurant, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Las Tinajas

Why visit:

Las Tinajas Restaurant offers a Cafeteria-style, lunchtime menu serving Nicaraguan cuisine in a no-frills space.

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at 2338 Mission St


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Las Tinajas, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Dating District

Why visit:

Dating District hosts gay dating events in San Francisco. Their mission is to connect people that are interested in dating and forming relationships in social ways.

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at 2338 Mission St


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Dating District , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Joy of Romance

Why visit:

Joy of Romance offers dating events, workshops, lectures, coaching, and many other services. Their approach blends the heart, mind and soul of love.

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at 2338 Mission St


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Joy of Romance , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Finding Bliss

Why visit:

Finding Bliss offers gay matchmaking, gay relationship success stories, and gay singles events.

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at 2338 Mission St


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Finding Bliss , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Events And Adventures

Why visit:

When you are at an Events and Adventures event, it doesn’t seem like dating. When you’re having an adventure, all you want to do is share the experience. There’s no better way to meet someone new.

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at 350 California Suite 1770


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Events And Adventures, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Brainstormer Events

Why visit:

Brainstormer Events offers singles trivia nights and events at a lush bar with an inspired cocktail collection. Swank is a great spot for a cozy conversation in a sexy yet elegant lounge setting in Pacific Heights.

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at 1416 Larkin St


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Brainstormer Events, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Glow Japan

Why visit:

Glow is the premier matchmaking/dating service for Japanese/Japanese background professionals living in the United States. Their office is located in San Francisco, California. Shiho, the head matchmaker, and other staff members decided to open the office since there was no matchmaking service for Japanese people in the Bay Area.

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at 1416 Larkin St


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Glow Japan , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Urban Diversion Social Club

Why visit:

Urban Diversion Social Club organizes fun, exciting and unique events every month with over 600 active members throughout San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. Their members are primarily active busy professionals who love to be social and get the most out of their lives! The majority of their members are single but they are not a singles club.

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at 1416 Larkin St


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Urban Diversion Social Club , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Chinese Dating

Why visit:

Chinese Dating is San Francisco's Asian online dating and relationship service for Asian singles seeking serious relationships, dating and dating advice and tips.

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at 1416 Larkin St


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Chinese Dating , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Crissy Field

Why visit:

Spend a sunny day at Crissy Field with your family. It has the intense spirit of the ocean, world-class views, and plenty of space to spread out and frolic.

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at 1199 East Beach


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Crissy Field, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Chinatown

Why visit:

Silicon Valley Mamas, Suz Lipman of Slow Family Online, and Debbie Abrams Kaplan of Frisco Kids all recommend exploring Chinatown, where kids can watch how fortune cookies are made and sort through various goods (both quality and kitch) at ethnic stores.

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at 1199 East Beach


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Chinatown, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

California Academy of Sciences

Why visit:

The California Academy of Sciences is frequented by many families and school groups. There is always something new to marvel at.

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at 55 Music Concourse Dr


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California Academy of Sciences, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Golden Gate Park

Why visit:

The Golden Gate Park offers the Japanese Tea Garden, Academy of Sciences, the Carousel, walking trails and lots of space for picnics.

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at 501 Stanyan St


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Golden Gate Park, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Alta Plaza Park

Why visit:

The Alta Plaza Park features big slides and gigantic sand-pits for children to play. There is also a breath-taking view of San Francisco that is hard to beat.

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at 2700 Clay St.


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Alta Plaza Park, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Bay Area Discovery Museum

Why visit:

Going to the Bay Area Discovery Museum is the favorite kid-friendly activity for families. It appeals to all ages and it fun for adults, too! There are outside areas and inside areas, as well as places to think and places to run.

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at 557 McReynolds Rd


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Bay Area Discovery Museum, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Point Reyes National Seashore

Why visit:

Point Reyes National Seashore is a great place for children and families to explore the large coastal park on a separate tectonic plate from the rest of Marin County — it was once part of Southern California, broke off, and has been inching it's way north ever since. A favorite is the Miwok Village there close to the Bear Valley Visitors' Center.

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at 557 McReynolds Rd


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Point Reyes National Seashore , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Marin County Fair

Why visit:

The Marin County Fair is a world-class event that happens every 4th of July weekend. Enjoy Chinese acrobats, wonderful puppet theater shows, fine art, music, dance, an interactive sculpture of San Francisco made of 100,000 toothpicks, and an exhibit all about the Golden Gate Bridge.

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at 10 Avenue of the Flags


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Marin County Fair, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Play Area in the Oakland Zoo

Why visit:

In addition to the play area for children and families, check out the giraffes and monkeys at The Oakland Zoo. Set out a blanket on the grass at the children´s area and enjoy a picnic. Let the kids take a ride on the train and the carousel as well.

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at Oakland Zoo (9777 Golf Links Rd)


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Play Area in the Oakland Zoo, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Tilden Park

Why visit:

The wide variety of parks to play at Tilden Park is very appealing to kids of all ages. Don´t forget to check out the steam train!

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at Oakland Zoo (9777 Golf Links Rd)


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Tilden Park, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Ardenwood Historic Farm

Why visit:

Ardenwood Historic Farm offers a pioneer outdoors cooking class, Victorian or Scottish period reenactment, and a butterfly naturalist program.

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at Oakland Zoo (9777 Golf Links Rd)


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Ardenwood Historic Farm, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Point Isabel Regional Shoreline

Why visit:

A favorite activity for children and families is to explore the Point Isabel Regional Shoreline in Albany. Beautiful views, nature, and fresh bay air.

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at 2701 Isabel Street


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Point Isabel Regional Shoreline, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

San Francisco Railway Museum

Why visit:

San Francisco Railway Museum is a great activity for children and families to check out the trains and learn the history in an interactive and fun way.

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at 77 Steuart St


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San Francisco Railway Museum, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

Why visit:

Happy Hollow Park & Zoo brings the biggest of smiles to all children and families.

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at 77 Steuart St


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Happy Hollow Park & Zoo , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Pier 39

Why visit:

From amazing views and a sea of sea lions to chowder bread bowls and California wines, your visit to San Francisco starts at PIER 39. Kick off your visit by exploring two levels of dining, entertainment, shopping and attractions, all surrounded by unbeatable views of the city and the bay. Take it from the world famous sea lions: a visit to San Francisco starts at The PIER.

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at Beach St


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Pier 39, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Golden Gate Bridge

Why visit:

Once called "the bridge that couldn't be built," today it is one the seven wonders of the modern world. This magnificent span, perhaps San Francisco's most famous landmark, opened in 1937 after a four-year struggle against relentless winds, fog, rock and treacherous tides.

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at Beach St


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The Golden Gate Bridge, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Lombard Street

Why visit:

Lombard Street features a zig-zag journey down the steep hills of San Francisco, which provides fun and excitement for the entire family.

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at Lombard St


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Lombard Street, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Alcatraz Island

Why visit:

A mile and a half from Fisherman's Wharf, Alcatraz was the site of the first lighthouse built on the Pacific Coast, then a federal prison for such notorious convicts as Al Capone. Now it is one of the city's most popular attractions.

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at Golden Gate National Recreation Area


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Alcatraz Island, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

de Young Museum

Why visit:

The de Young Museum is located in the Golden Gate Park, so you can learn new knowledge after strolling through the beautiful gardens of this city oasis.

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at 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr


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de Young Museum, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design

Why visit:

Since opening to the public in 2004, the Museum of Craft and Design has delivered innovative exhibitions and programs to thousands of visitors from San Francisco, the Bay Area and beyond.

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at 550 Sutter St


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San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Presidio

Why visit:

The Presidio of San Francisco is a park and former military base on the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula, and is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

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at 550 Sutter St


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Presidio, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Yerba Buena Gardens

Why visit:

Located in the cultural heart of San Francisco, Yerba Buena Gardens is the perfect place to play, dine, shop or just relax.

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at 745 Mission St


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Yerba Buena Gardens, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

San Francisco Cable Car Museum

Why visit:

The San Francisco Cable Car Museum presents cable car history, technology, information, and a gift shop. It is located in San Francisco's Washington-Mason powerhouse and carbarn.

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at 1201 Mason St


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San Francisco Cable Car Museum, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Asian Art Museum

Why visit:

The Asian Art Museum is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted to the arts and cultures of Asia. The permanent collections represent over 40 Asian countries.

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at 200 Larkin St


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Asian Art Museum, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Exploratorium

Why visit:

San Francisco's Exploratorium is more than a museum, it's a twenty-first-century learning laboratory, an eye-opening, always-changing, playful place to explore. Its stated mission is to change the way the world learns.

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at 200 Larkin St


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The Exploratorium , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park

Why visit:

AT&T Park, with its breathtaking views and classic design, was chosen as the 2008 Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal and Sports Business. Don´t leave San Francisco without watching a Giants game!

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at 200 Larkin St


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The San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Legion of Honor

Why visit:

The Legion of Honor is a part of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. The name is used both for the museum collection and for the building in which it is housed.

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at 200 Larkin St


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Legion of Honor , a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Angel Island State Park

Why visit:

Angel Island State Park, the largest island in the San Francisco Bay offers some of the best views of the city skyline and surrounding Bay Area. Enjoy great hiking trails, guided Segway Tours, full service catering, picnics to go, and camping.

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at Ayala Cove


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Angel Island State Park, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Contemporary Jewish Museum

Why visit:

The Contemporary Jewish Museum explores contemporary perspectives on Jewish culture, history, art, and ideas. Its current mission is to make the diversity of the Jewish experience relevant for a twenty-first century audience through exhibitions and educational programs.

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at 736 Mission St


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Contemporary Jewish Museum, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall

Why visit:

Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall is the concert hall component of the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center in San Francisco. It was collaboratively designed by architects and acousticians to deliver exceptional performances and host some of the best musicians and artists in the world.

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at 201 Van Ness Ave


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Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

San Francisco Zoo

Why visit:

The San Francisco Zoo houses 250 species and includes a children's zoo, miniature train and carousel. It is a 100-acre zoo located in the southwestern corner of San Francisco between Lake Merced and the Pacific Ocean along the Great Highway.

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San Francisco Zoo, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Fisherman's Wharf

Why visit:

Fisherman’s Wharf is also home to PIER 39, a festive waterfront marketplace that is one of the city’s most popular attractions. A community of California sea lions has taken up residence on the floats to the west of the pier and visitors line the nearby railing to watch their antics. From there it’s a short walk to the Wax Museum, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! and the famous crab vendors selling walk-away crab and shrimp cocktails.

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Fisherman

Union Square

Why visit:

Union Square is the place for serious shoppers. Major departments stores and the most exclusive designer boutiques line streets like Post, Sutter, Geary, Grant, Stockton and Powell. The Westfield San Francisco Shopping Centre houses the largest Bloomingdale's outside of New York and the second largest Nordstrom in the U.S.

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at Union Square Park


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Union Square, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

North Beach

Why visit:

North Beach, the city’s Italian quarter, isn’t a beach at all. It’s a neighborhood of romantic European-style sidewalk cafes, restaurants and shops centered near Washington Square along Columbus and Grant avenues. The beautiful Church of Saints Peter and Paul is a beloved landmark. Coit Tower atop Telegraph Hill offers a splendid vantage point for photos of the bridges and the Bay. Inside the tower, floor-to-ceiling murals painted in the 1930s depict scenes of early San Francisco.

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North Beach, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Dragon´s Gate

Why visit:

The entrance to Chinatown at Grant Avenue and Bush Street is called the "Dragon's Gate." Inside are 24 blocks of hustle and bustle, most of it taking place along Grant Avenue, the oldest street in San Francisco. This city within a city is best explored on foot; exotic shops, renowned restaurants, food markets, temples and small museums comprise its boundaries. Visitors can buy ancient potions from herb shops, relax and enjoy a "dim sum" lunch or witness the making of fortune cookies.

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The Dragon´s Gate, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Coit Tower

Why visit:

Coit Tower, piercing the skyline from the top of Telegraph Hill, is where to get a bird's-eye view of the city.

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at 1 Telegraph Hill Blvd


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Coit Tower, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

The Haight-Ashbury Intersection

Why visit:

The Haight-Ashbury intersection, like Woodstock, was a pulsing point of the revolutionary '60s. Today, the Haight retains much of the hippie-bohemian culture of its heyday, despite slight gentrification. Psychedelic history lives on in the homes of Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, take the Flower Power Tour, led by Izu, who has known the neighborhood since its historic prime.

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at 1 Telegraph Hill Blvd


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The Haight-Ashbury Intersection, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

SFMOMA

Why visit:

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is housed in the War Memorial Veterans Building on the west side of the Civic Center Plaza. Its origins go back to the 1890s, but it was set on a firm footing only in 1916, thanks to the efforts of the San Francisco Art Association. The museum has transitioned over the years and today it is devoted exclusively to the art of the 20th century.

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at 151 3rd St.


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SFMOMA, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Twin Peaks Summit

Why visit:

These two unique and uninhabited hills, almost 1,000ft high, are not in fact the highest of San Francisco's 43 hills, a distinction belonging to Mount Davidson which is 33 ft higher. However, they are easier to get to and offer what is perhaps the finest views out over the city and the bay.

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at 30 Parkridge Dr


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Twin Peaks Summit, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Palace of Fine Arts

Why visit:

The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco is the last remaining structure from the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition. The palace has been restored, along with the grounds. The Palace of Fine Arts Theatre seats approximately 1,000 patrons.

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Palace of Fine Arts, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Golden Gate National Recreational Area

Why visit:

Golden Gate National Recreation Area is a huge area located across the Golden Gate Bridge from downtown San Francisco. It is home to a myriad of attractions but is also just a beautiful space to enjoy nature and relax. There are walking trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, and beautiful beach areas. Some of the beaches have fabulous views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

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at 3301 Lyon St


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Golden Gate National Recreational Area, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

Napa Valley

Why visit:

Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley are the best-known and largest vine-growing areas in California.

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at 3301 Lyon St


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Napa Valley, a tour attraction in San Francisco, CA, United Stat

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