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Dolores Park is every reason to come to The Mission. Whether it’s cloudy or sunny, weekend or weekday, you’ll always find people relaxing in this park. With a $20.6 million renovation recently comp... más información

People congregate here on sunny days to enjoy the amazing views of SF. There's nothing quite like it anywhere else. There's also a recently renovated playground that appeals to kids young & old. Bi... más información

Want to have a glorious time people watching on a sunny day? Pack a picnic and a 6-pack and walk on over to recently renovated Dolores Park. Check out the rather spectacular children's playground... más información

Recomendado por 433 anfitriones de la zona

Very popular for their bread and pastries. If you want to avoid the line, go there right before they open at 7:30 a.m. If you get there about 4:15 p.m. in the afternoon, they start selling the brea... más información

Coffee and pastries! Real cream, rich pastries, done the old-fashioned way. For a decadent experience try the Banana Cream Tart, or one of their hot pressed sandwiches!

This bakery is well known for its morning buns and fresh bread. There is usually a line. However if you wake up early enough to get their morning bun, it is great way to start off the day. Their... más información

Recomendado por 433 anfitriones de la zona

Visit the huge foodie farmers market, stroll through the shops, sample artisan cheese and chocolate, eat oysters at sunset and watch the Bay Lights on the Bay Bridge. Ferry boats leave from the back.

The Ferry Building Marketplace is a people's marketplace serving residents and travelers alike. Located within the historic Ferry Building at the foot of Market Street, shops large and small celebr... más información

The Ferry Building is like a historic mini mall set inside hence the name "ferry building". Looks very elegant and lively inside esp when the place fills up with customers going in to shop for spec... más información

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de Young Museum

Arte y culturaMuseos
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 430 anfitriones de la zona

Great exhibits mostly of contemporary arts. Current exhibit has Oscar De La Renta's fashion design collections on display. Restaurant on site as well and it's conveniently located next to the Ja... más información

I love this place. It is right across from the Academy of Sciences so sometimes I do both at a shot. Great exhibitions. They follow the museum trend of having a live mixer happening on certain nigh... más información

Named after an early SF newspaperman, the de Young Museum is the sister institution of the Legion of Honor (located just a couple blocks from Fog Haven). Collections include international contempo... más información

Recomendado por 570 anfitriones de la zona

Absolutely gorgeous park! Home to the DeYoung museum, the Botanical garden, the Academy of Science, the Japanese Tea Garden, tennis courts, playgrounds, and lots of trails for jogging. One of my f... más información

San Francisco’s most famous park is only nine blocks north. You can get there via beach or street. We suggest renting a bike (see below), but the walk is nice too. Once in the park, take your pick ... más información

Recomendado por 390 anfitriones de la zona

The California Academy of Sciences is a natural history museum in San Francisco, California, that is among the largest museums of natural history in the world, housing over 26 million specimens. Co... más información

Possibly the coolest museum in San Francisco, the California Academy of Sciences was recently rebuilt, and now boasts: a living roof planted with local grasses; a four-story-tall indoor rainforest ... más información

Recomendado por 339 anfitriones de la zona

Home of the World Series winning SF Giants! If you don’t have time to see a Giants baseball game but a game is going on, walk to the east side (waterfront promenade) of AT&T Park. There is an area... más información

Whether or not you're a Giants fan, AT&T Park is a great place to watch a baseball game, with views of the bay and great food. Kids can run the bases on Sundays after the game, and you can often to... más información

Recomendado por 320 anfitriones de la zona

It's the Ice cream place around the corner from us that always has lines when the weather is good (and even when it's bad). To avoid the line for made to order cones, go to the soft serve window (... más información

Ice cream that people wait in endless lines for. Why? Well, because it's worth it. Salted Caramel, Honey Lavender, Creme Fraiche are some of our faves. Gets lots of taste spoons, it's worth the wait!

This is the second best ice cream shop in the city but the most crowded. It is not unusual to wait 20 minutes in line for ice cream. Insider tip: there is a second window that serves baked goods ... más información

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Nopa

GastronomíaRestaurantes
$$$· 560 Divisadero St·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 318 anfitriones de la zona

Very popular spot in the bustling Alamo Square NOPA part of town. Known for terrific urban rustic food. Look for dishes from the wood fired oven. Don't miss the pork chop, flatbread, or tagine. Res... más información

Hands down my favorite restaurant in SF. The food. The staff. The space. Exceptional. Always. If you can plan in advance, try to get a reservation. Otherwise, arrive at 5pm and you'll be seated at ... más información

You can go sit in the bar area (first come first serve) or you can try to get a table. The food is really good. They're open for dinner 7 days a week and they have a good weekend brunch. It's fun t... más información

Recomendado por 230 anfitriones de la zona

I love how spacious Four Barrel is inside and I love the decor and I love the outdoor seating - sooo nice to sit outside. Best coffee ever

If hipster coffee had a high temple of worship this would be it. You might get funny stares riding up without a fixie, but the coffee is worth it. So is the bacon cheddar scone!

Strong brew that draws a fanatical following of coffee snobs. Definitely hits the spot if you need a caffeine fix. Nice little outdoor seating on the sidewalk as well.

Recomendado por 228 anfitriones de la zona

A stalwart and Icon of the SF food scene, this place has been around for more than a decade and regarded as on of SF's best. Beat the rush, get there for a walkin table at 5:30 without a reservatio... más información

Two outstanding sister restaurants; the original is a northern Italian trattoria, the newer place is a pizzeria featuring thin crust pizza

Yum! Delfina offers Cal-Italian cuisine, and is a delicious and delightful (tho not cheap) night out. Next door, Delfina Pizzeria offers Italian style thin crust pizza for the more casually inclined.

Recomendado por 219 anfitriones de la zona

Coit Tower sits atop Telegraph Hill, looming over the eastern side of San Francisco with its almost regal presence. It serves as a directional marker for people lost in the mazes of city streets, b... más información

When I first moved to San Francisco, I lived on Telegraph Hill at the foot of Coit Tower. I've been on Potrero Hill for 20 years now, and forgot how great the views are from Coit Tower until recent... más información

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Recomendado por 221 anfitriones de la zona

The newly reopened SFMOMA is absolutely incredible, from the architecture of the new space, to the art and sculptures inside. A must see!

SF's world-class modern art museum is drop-dead gorgeous and has a brand-new wing housing the Fisher family collection. A must-see if you love modern art. While you're down there, visit the Yerba B... más información

Recomendado por 334 anfitriones de la zona

Union Square is in the middle of the Apple Store, Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue. Nearby the Westfield Mall. Nearby the Mason St Cable Car (another must-do). Grab a bite to eat in the Union Square res... más información

At the center of San Francisco is Union square, literally a town square surrounded by shops, a main SF trolley stop, and a whole lot of people watching. Look up events around the year including Chr... más información

Union Square is a 2.6-acre public plaza bordered by Geary, Powell, Post and Stockton Streets in San Francisco, California. "Union Square" also refers to the central shopping, hotel, and theater distri

Recomendado por 199 anfitriones de la zona

The glory of Ocean Beach is a mere four blocks west, and they call this neighborhood the Sunset for good reason. It’s a wonderful place to be any time of day, but much of the neighborhood spills ou... más información

Recomendado por 186 anfitriones de la zona

Philz Coffee is a specialty coffee retailer based in San Francisco that has 17 locations within California and specializes in hand-crafted coffee brewed one cup at a time.

Phil is the father of SF drip coffee by the cup. The original 24th St location is full of funky charm. Get a pastry from Knead Bakery next door, and try the Turkish coffee with mint & cardamom.

This is the only coffee you will see on this map, because that's how devoted I am to Philz. It might be the thing I bring to a dessert island. As a dark roast person, I love the Ether, with Silke... más información

Recomendado por 184 anfitriones de la zona

Pair this up with an evening stroll down Castro St. and you will not be disappointed. Most recent viewing? "R Kelly's: Trapped In The Closet - Sing Along." San Francisco's most colorful theatre.

Recomendado por 175 anfitriones de la zona

The Mill has great handcrafted espresso drinks from Four Barrel Coffee and SF's famous $4 artisanal toasts from Josey Baker Bread. (The toast is worth splurging for.) The Mill also hosts a Pizza n... más información

The Mill is legendary for their $4.00 slice of toast! Yes, it's a little over-the-top, but the bread is dense, thick, and house made (you can pick up a loaf on your way out) the house coffee is Fo... más información

Recomendado por 260 anfitriones de la zona

Iconic and historic San Francisco! Take the old trolly from Powell Street/Market and ride it all the way to the end of the line, breathtaking views along the way. Once you arrive, visit Ghirardelli... más información

Seafood, wax museums, sea lions, and clams. Fisherman's Wharf is a neighborhood and popular tourist attraction in San Francisco, California. It roughly encompasses the northern waterfront

From fishing boats to clam chowder in a breadbowl to San Francisco's famous sea lions on PIER 39, this popular tourist area is a must see on your first visit...just to say you've been there. It's g... más información

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Plow

GastronomíaRestaurantes
$$· 1299 18th Street·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 148 anfitriones de la zona

A very popular brunch spot. Make reservations to get in on their lemon ricotta pancakes.

This is an AMAZING breakfast spot -- they have delicious everything; I love their Annies Almond Flour Pancakes which was named after my favorite wait-staff-person, who has sadly moved along and bec... más información

Recomendado por 168 anfitriones de la zona

In a town full of Taquerias this is a standout. Try the carnitas tacos, the best! And if you like strawberry you must try their strawberry agua fresca..OMG

Get any taco "dorado" style for a crispy fried corn tortilla wrapped around a soft corn tortilla (chorizo is my favorite for tacos). Carne Asada burrito, with an aqua fresca or a beer and you're set.

Apparently the best burrito in the nation. We love it. We recommend calling in advance if you’re planning on taking out. If you go eat there, be prepared for a bit of a line. We love the burrit... más información

Recomendado por 159 anfitriones de la zona

Casual french bistro. VERY popular for weekend brunch (long lines). Good egg dishes and pancakes by day, reasonably priced french bistro food by night.

Everything here is magic. My brother had his wedding rehearsal dinner here. We had our wedding rehearsal dinner here. The backyard ambience is superb, and the food is sooooo good. The line is ... más información

Famous for their brunches, get there early if you go on the weekends, there will be a line out the door. Petite French bistro & popular brunch spot with an outdoor patio & weekly Bring Your Dog di... más información

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Beretta

GastronomíaRestaurantes
$$· 1199 Valencia Street·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 159 anfitriones de la zona

Budget friendly. Handcrafted pizzas, small bites & unique cocktails keep this trendy spot hopping.

Great cocktails, food is consistent, and lots of small bites make it less expensive than you would think, given how cool it looks and how busy it is. Call one hour ahead to put your name on the list.

Gorgeous thin crust pizzas, risottos, small plates of yum. Eggplant caponatina with burrata is a must. Terrific cocktails and a wonderful brunch as well. Gets very busy but you can call ahead and p... más información

Recomendado por 158 anfitriones de la zona

One of the most creative cocktail menus in the city which rotates ever 3-4 months outdoing the last menu. The Kale Cesar salad is a must have. The neighborhood is in the midst of gentrification a... más información

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Nopalito

GastronomíaRestaurantes
$$· 306 Broderick Street·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 135 anfitriones de la zona

Modern organic Mexican plates. Delicious. It's all good. From the same team behind Nopa on Divisadero. The story goes that the staff meals at Nopa were so good they deserved a spot of their own. Th... más información

I'm always wary of more "upscale" Mexican restaurants. Will they be as satisfying as our neighborhood taqueria? For Nopalito, the answer is a resounding yes. The Mexican cuisine is made using na... más información

"A vibrant San Francisco neighborhood Mexican kitchen, celebrating the traditional cookery of Mexico and utilizing local, organic and sustainable ingredients." We get the totopos every time, and t... más información

Recomendado por 154 anfitriones de la zona

For budget choices try the food court on the bottom of the building and see the amazing original skylight at the top of the building. Mid-range and upscale stores. BART to Powell Street Station!

Huge shopping center with every store you could imagine! You can take the muni from forest hill station and in 15 minutes get off and walk right into the shopping center. Amazing food court!

This is much more than a mall... Nordstroms and Bloomingdales are here, and go downstairs to check out the only in SF food court. Everything is in this mall... Madewell, J Crew, Banana, H&M, Lulu e... más información

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Flour + Water

GastronomíaRestaurantes
$$$· 2401 Harrison Street·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 155 anfitriones de la zona

Hard to get reservations. They reserve half their tables for walk ups. Get there 30 minutes before opening if you want to eat on the early side. Really great quality, delicious Italian inspired dishes

Special house made pasta, thin crust pizzas & yummy desserts. For easy evening, show up 15 minutes b/4 opening (folks queue up early & ressie's can be hard) & then head across the road to Trick Dog .

From Zagat: "Heavenly handmade pastas are the main attraction at this high-profile Mission Italian, where chef Thomas McNaughton’s seasonally inspired creations also include “terrific” wood-fired ... más información

Recomendado por 166 anfitriones de la zona

A fine dining restaurant perfect for a romantic quiet dinner. You'll be seated in a courtyard with overhead heat while the latest foreign film is shown on the wall. Sound off, subtitles on.

Recomendado por 167 anfitriones de la zona

The Exploratorium is a museum in San Francisco whose stated mission is to change the way the world learns. It's an amazing hands-on science museum.

Dont go to the Palace of Fine Arts to find the Exploratorium. It has moved to Pier 15 at the Embarcadero! If you have an old Guide Book, you will go to the wrong location! Exploratorium: there is... más información

Another great science museum in San Francisco! New amazing location on the piers of SF Bay. Exhibits here should be touched and played with. (Map is WRONG, new location is Pier 15 on Embarcadero!)