WRITTEN BY SHAHBAAZ SINGH I’m a critic at heart, but don’t take it too seriously, I’m from New York; Brooklyn, New York, to be exact. People from places I’ve never heard of think it’s the capital of Earth or some shit, and our egos are only limited by the loopholes
If you’re a fellow cube dweller by day, you’re lucky enough to enjoy free air conditioning for approximately eight hours Monday through Friday while the rest of the city – namely tourists who don’t believe in deodorant – slog around the streets, coated in their own sweat, and clog the
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,
Fisherman’s Wharf gets a bad rap. It really does. True, it is the tourist destination from hell — swarms of fanny-packed, camera-laden foreigners from such far-away lands as Michigan and Ohio with way-too-loud children and no desire to tip at any food establishment — but it’s definitely a San Francisco
A while ago Monica gave you some inside information about the best spots to pick up tourists if you’re feeling a little, um, sensuous. One of these places is Gold Dust Lounge located on Powell Street, smack in the middle of one of the most tourist-y spots in the city.
You know how you live in a city for a long time, but never do the super touristy things in that city? For example, I’ve never done the double-decker hop-on, hop-off bus tour, been across the water to Alcatraz, or had sex with a hooker-tranny in the ‘Loin. But today
Entertaining out-of-town family and friends without annihilating their wallets is kind of tough in San Francisco, namely because everything everyone always wants to see is an overpriced tourist trap. The trick is to find something similar, that is usually a lot cooler and either cheaper or free. Screw the Napa