Fun in San Francisco
Walk the Golden Gate Bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge is an iconic symbol of San Francisco and our most popular tourist destination. Visitors may access the bridge sidewalks during daylight hours for an up-close look at an architectural wonder across all or part of its 1.7 mile span. The bridge's unique orange color improves visability during San Francisco's persistent fog.
Ride a cable car over Nob Hill. San Francisco cable cars are the only moving national monument and an efficient way to scale San Francisco hills. Two main lines link Union Square with Ghiradelhi Square (Hyde line) and Fisherman's Wharf (Mason line) long the Bay coast. I prefer the sweeping vistas of the Hyde line and its direct access to the San Francisco waterfront.
San Francisco is a thriving culinary city with direct access to fresh ingredients from the sea, local farms, and artistic craftsmen.
The city of San Francisco features 17 restaurants with at least 1 Michelin star mixed with many up and comers. Fixed chef menus are the new buzz, with premium upgrades available for an additional fee.
- prix fixe or $135 seasonal tasting menu. Executive chef Michael Minna cooks two nights a week.
Great taste, less wallet
San Francisco brings together a wide variety of people and their cuisines from all over the United States and the world.
Taqueria CancunTaqueria Cancun on Mission Street at 19th Street serves heaps of meat wrapped in fresh, warm tortillas. You will enjoy tacos, burritos, and quesadillas cooked-to-order from this San Francisco Tex-Mex favorite.
Punjab Kabab HousePunjab serves Indian- and Pakistani-style tandoori cooking from its small restaurant on the corner of Eddy and Mason, just a few blocks downhill from Widget Summit.
Cheesecake FactoryCheesecake Factory is located on the top floor of Macy's flagship Union Square store. Visitors can select from a broad menu while sitting outside overlooking the bustle of San Francisco shoppers below.
King of ThaiKing of Thai Noodle House serves pad thai and other classic thai dishes from their roomy restaurant on the ground floor of Hotel Milano at 5th Street ant Jessie.