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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 into 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 attractions in San Francisco 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.

Pica Pica Arepa Kitchen Restaurant Review
Pica Pica Arepa Kitchen Restaurant Review

Pica Pica Arepa Kitchen Restaurant Review Pica Pica Arepa Kitchen is a casual Venezuelan restaurant in the Mission District that specializes in arepas. Arepas are basically the South American (particularly Venezuela and Colombia) version of a corn tortilla, which is thicker and cut into a pocket and filled with delicious ingredients like meats and cheeses.(…)

Published On: Friday, March 17th, 2017
Papalote Mexican Grill Restaurant Review
Papalote Mexican Grill Restaurant Review

Review of Papalote Restaurant  Papalote Mexican Grill is a very popular, highly rated burrito spot in a neighborhood where there are an excess of Mexican food options – that should say a lot. Papalote Restaurant places itself at the crossroads between real deal Mission-style burritos and the modern California Mexican cuisine, with options like burrito(…)

Published On: Friday, March 17th, 2017
Stella Pastry and Café, San Francisco
Stella Pastry and Café, San Francisco

Stella Pastry and Café is a traditional Italian bakery in the heart of North Beach with a long history of serving San Francisco. Since it began in 1942, the Columbus Avenue shop is known for its Italian desserts, including biscotti, cannoli, and its famous Sacripantina cake. With an abundance of bakeries and cafes around Little(…)

Published On: Thursday, March 16th, 2017
Dragon Beaux Restaurant in San Francisco
Dragon Beaux Restaurant in San Francisco

Egg Yolk Lava Bao (AKA cloud of heaven) Dragon Beaux is a modern Chinese restaurant in Richmond of San Francisco. Since it opened in 2015, Dragon Beaux has been blowing up on Instagram with photos of its colorful dumplings and unique dishes that include some unorthodox ingredients that merge San Francisco-style cuisine with traditional Chinese(…)

Published On: Thursday, March 16th, 2017
Slice House Restaurant Review
Slice House Restaurant Review

Review of Slice House Restaurant Slice House is the newest of pizza boss Tony Gemignani’s growing list of restaurants in San Francisco (and beyond). A few short blocks from AT&T Stadium, the world-famous pizzaiolo serves slices of cheese, pepperoni, and Sicilian style pies, as well as a list of specialty pizzas, pasta, and panini. I’ve(…)

Published On: Thursday, March 16th, 2017
Brenda’s French Soul Food Restaurant Review
Brenda’s French Soul Food Restaurant Review

Review of Brenda’s French Soul Food Restaurant Brenda’s French Soul Food has a big reputation for serving up hearty southern specialties to huge crowds of weekend brunchers. Still, it’s unassuming and unpretentious, located in the Tenderloin alongside storefronts with bars over the windows. Brenda’s was a very pleasant surprise to find in a neighborhood not(…)

Published On: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Prospect Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Prospect Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Prospect Restaurant Review A nice, big, high-energy place in the Financial District that delivers surprisingly creative food, Prospect Restaurant is a great place to go for a business dinner, or to discuss a deal. It’s not too romantic, so this isn’t a place on a date, unless your date is Larry Ellison, in which case(…)

Published On: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Craftsman and Wolves Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Craftsman and Wolves Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Review of Craftsman and Wolves Restaurant The trendy San Francisco pastisserie, Craftsman and Wolves, offers baked goods, hot meals, and coffee in the hipster-topia of the Mission District. With a few creative concoctions on the menu, Craftsman & Wolves has gained quite the following. I first learned about Craftsman & Wolves from my Instagram feed:(…)

Published On: Monday, March 6th, 2017
Nick’s Crispy Tacos Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Nick’s Crispy Tacos Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Review of Nick’s Crispy Tacos Restaurant Nick’s Crispy Tacos serves Baja-style Mexican food in the Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. Nick’s is known for its tacos, especially those served “Nick’s Way,” meaning crispy and topped with jack cheese and guacamole. Word on the street is that these are some of the best tacos around.(…)

Published On: Monday, March 6th, 2017
Town Hall Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Town Hall Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Review of Town Hall Restaurant Town Hall is one of my very favorite restaurants in this city. I absolutely love this place, and I believe that anyone with any sense would feel the same way. The food is first-rate, the service is great, the ambiance is unique, and it’s one of the few places in(…)

Published On: Sunday, March 5th, 2017