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San Francisco City Guide

San Francisco is one of the most free-spirited cities in the United States. It is divided in a number of neighborhoods, each with its own unique environment. There’s nothing you wouldn’t find in this city- Hippy culture from the 1960s to trendy individuals and young professionals. The number of possibilities in San Francisco would enable you to spend your evenings or weekends however you’d like to. You could either hang out in one of the parks while enjoying the great weather that this city has to offer or listen to your favorite band at a nightclub while catching up with friends.

There are countless numbers of attractions in San Francisco to see including Golden Gate Park, which is 20 percent larger than the Central Park in New York and Fisherman’s Wharf, which is famous for having one of the best seafood restaurants in the country. When you are finished with experiencing the city’s amazing attractions, a visit to Coit Tower for a stunning view of the city will complete your trip to San Francisco.

Waterbar Restaurant, San Francisco
Waterbar Restaurant, San Francisco

Waterbar Restaurant Review- Waterbar is a big, expensive, flashy barn of a restaurant. It’s kind of the Anna Nicole Smith of places – showy, big, and conspicuous. This begins with the setting, which is, as the name implies, right by the edge of San Francisco Bay, with the Bay Bridge and its lightshow as the(…)

Published On: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
Cliff House Bistro, San Francisco
Cliff House Bistro, San Francisco

Cliff House Bistro Restaurant Review – One of San Francisco’s oldest and most famous restaurants, the Cliff House, is renowned more for its location than its food. As its name suggests, the Cliff House sits atop a cliff overlooking the ocean, offering great views of Seal Rocks, where the sea lions lounge when they’re not(…)

Published On: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
Crown and Crumpet Tea Stop Cafe, San Francisco
Crown and Crumpet Tea Stop Cafe, San Francisco

Crown and Crumpet Tea Stop Cafe Restaurant Review Crown and Crumpet Tea Stop Café Restaurant is a great modern tea room, offering dainty sandwiches, delicate desserts, and a wide variety of teas (when they’re in stock!). The menu divides the many teas into categories: black, green, premium, oolong, white, fruit and herbal. Some of the(…)

Published On: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
Presidio Social Club San Francisco
Presidio Social Club San Francisco

Presidio Social Club Restaurant Review Presidio Social Club serves modern American food in a unique setting, as one of few restaurants located within the Presidio.  As part of Presidio National Park, Presidio Social Club showcases the odd mixture of military history and nature within the city of San Francisco, from its setting to its architecture,(…)

Published On: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
Crab House at Pier 39
Crab House at Pier 39

One of the higher-rated restaurants on Pier 39, the Crab House specializes in in Dungeness crab and offers great views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. I don’t often think of Pier 39 as a place to go get great food (and most San Franciscans probably agree – even nearby Fisherman’s Wharf isn’t(…)

Published On: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Central Kitchen Restaurant, San Francisco
Central Kitchen Restaurant, San Francisco

Central Kitchen Restaurant Review – One of the things that happens if you review a lot of restaurants is the Inadvertent Comparison. You start to judge and categorize places by other places you’ve been. You don’t quite judge them on their own merits, but on their merits relative to what someone else has done, or(…)

Published On: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar
Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar

The Tonga Room The Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar is a tiki themed bar and restaurant inside the Fairmont San Francisco. Since opening in 1945, the Tonga Room has been serving Pacific Rim/Asian inspired cuisine and signature tropical drinks in its unique setting. The restaurant’s ambiance is a bit like a climate-controlled Hawaiian luau, lit(…)

Published On: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Chinese New Year Flower Fair
Chinese New Year Flower Fair

Kicking off the Lunar New Year celebrations in San Francisco’s Chinatown, the annual Chinatown Flower Fair takes place the weekend before the New Year begins. This year, Lunar New Year began on Saturday, January 28 and the Flower Fair held over weekend, January 21 and 22. The street festival is one of a few that(…)

Published On: Thursday, January 19th, 2017
War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco
War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco

The San Francisco Opera is housed in the War Memorial Opera House near City Hall. Featuring incredible architecture inside and out, the Opera House is grand and old, and built in the Beaux-Arts style, an uncommon style for the region. Founded in 1923 by Gaetano Merola, the San Francisco Opera House has been in its(…)

Published On: Wednesday, January 18th, 2017
Chinese New Year Parade
Chinese New Year Parade

Each year, in late January or February, San Francisco’s Chinatown is engulfed in Lunar New Year celebrations. From the Flower Fair to the Miss Chinatown pageant and the Community Street Fair on the day of the parade, festivities flood the streets with a vibrant cultural experience. The Chinese New Year parade is the culmination of(…)

Published On: Tuesday, January 10th, 2017