Any date night about downtown should conclude with a walk along the Embarcadero. The waterfront crescent serves up several city landmarks on a platter: the Ferry Building, Coit Tower, the Transamerica Pyramid. Provided you’re well-dressed for the winds whipping off the Bay, the stroll promises romance whichever end you begin.
I’m sure I’m not the only one that dreads having to accompany visiting friends and family to all of the San Francisco tourist-y destinations. I figured out a solve though. Having lived here for most of my life, I’ve developed the perfect 1-Day Driving Tour of The City with short
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023-2024 East Bay Beer Passport! There’s no better way to explore the East Bay than to literally drink it in. Each passport contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally owned breweries,
I was at the movies on a double date watching that new flick “Everything Everywhere All at Once” when I thought to myself, “this is totally that quintessential date night activity”. While you can’t really beat those tried and true date ideas, you can do better than a typical date
I don’t know about you, but I love cheese more than I like most people. And I’m a people person, which goes to show now much I love cheese. So this is obviously a bummer considering how wonderful Cowgirl Creamery‘s cheese is. According to the Chronicle, after 18 years Cowgirl
314 New Photographs added to the OpenSFHistory archive! If you’re like us, you love historical photography of San Francisco. Looking through a looking glass into the past and comparing it with the present, lends a certain magical realism to our current lives. See Market Street before the 1906 earthquake, nob
This is one of those places that’s worth a splurge, but lunch and the abbreviated afternoon bar menu are reasonable and filling—you can actually have lunch with tax and tip for under $25 if you play it right (not including drinks).
It’s baaack! Join CUESA for the Tenth Annual Goat Festival, a celebration of all things goat. Discover the wonders of goats, meet local ranchers and food crafters, sample artisan cheeses, and unleash your inner “kid” at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. This year’s festival is cohosted by Meyenberg, America’s #1
You get to go to different watering holes on a floating couch, it’s pretty magical. This isn’t about giant brewers with international distribution, it’s about visiting local breweries that make their beer in-house. Beer that is brewed freshly on the premises and then goes straight to the tap and into your glass.