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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 comprises 1,017 acres of public grounds, 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.

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

About Golden Gate Bridge As a Bay Area native and local tourist, I’m often amazed to remember just how famous some of these San Francisco sites are around the world – I imagine it’s like growing up as one of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s kids, realizing that people all over the world care what(…)

Published On: Sunday, April 16th, 2017
Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco
Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco

Fisherman’s Wharf – Along the waterfront on the northeastern edge of San Francisco, lies Fisherman’s Wharf, a neighborhood encompassing a series of piers from around Pier 35 to 45, Hyde Street Pier, Aquatic Park, and up to Ghirardelli Square. The wharf is one of the top tourist destinations in San Francisco, known for its seafood(…)

Published On: Saturday, April 15th, 2017
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Golden Gate Park  – In the midst of the city chaos – the traffic and the hustle of the metropolis – lies an oasis, a place to take a walk and a deep breath and reconnect with nature. The long, rectangular expanse of green space stretches east from the coast at Ocean Beach, narrowing into(…)

Published On: Friday, April 14th, 2017
San Francisco Cable Car System
San Francisco Cable Car System

Cable Car in San Francisco – “High on a hill, it calls to me / To be where little cable cars climb halfway to the stars” Like Tony Bennett sang, there’s something about those little cable cars that transcends this world. San Francisco’s classic transportation system, cable car in San Francisco are an important symbol(…)

Published On: Friday, April 14th, 2017
Brasserie Chaya Restaurant Review
Brasserie Chaya Restaurant Review

So much of the business of reviewing a restaurant is completely circumstantial. Unless I go back to a place several times, everything I write and think is based on one meal. Which is more than a little unfair, I guess, but as the British say, what you lose on the swings you may make up(…)

Published On: Thursday, April 13th, 2017
The Cavalier Restaurant Review
The Cavalier Restaurant Review

In the end, it’s always about the food. And unfortunately, that’s what took The Cavlier under. Despite getting almost every other thing right, the food simply was not that great. Address: 360 Jessie Street, San Francisco, California 94103 Phone: (415) 321-6000 The Hours: Monday – Friday 11:30 – 14:30; Monday – Wednesday; Thursday – Saturday(…)

Published On: Thursday, April 13th, 2017
Zingari Ristorante Review
Zingari Ristorante Review

Maybe it’s a sign of getting older, or some kind of generalized, increased fussiness, but more and more often, I arrive at a restaurant at the end of the day, tired, sort of out of sorts, and am looking, more than anything else, for peace, and calm, and a certain kind of tranquility. Zingari delivers(…)

Published On: Thursday, April 13th, 2017
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