The two main streets are Mission and Valencia.
8 seats. A little bit dirty. And you’ll leave here with wok-smoked infused clothes. But it’s the best deal in all of SF. Legit Burmese food with plates around $7-$9. Things to get: House noodles, tea leaf salad, coconut chicken noodle soup.
Vegan food that doesn’t taste vegan. They source everything from their local farm. A lot of their dishes come drenched in their signature cashew “cheese” sauce which is heaven.
My fave coffee shop in the Mish. You’ll know you’re close when you see 394587 bikes hanging upside-down out front.
Draft beers on fleek! Punky, divey bar with a great outdoor back area. Delicious sliders! There’s an alley next to it that’s covered in cool graffiti and street art.
Deliciously classy cocktail spot. I think I had a Tom Collins here once made with curry spices!
If you want to wake up early and have the best pastries of your life, come here. Things to get: morning bun, ham and cheese croissant, and lemon meringue cake.
Bi-Rite Ice Cream
Grab a scoop and head over to Dolores Park across the street for some sunbathing. Walk to the top of the hill for a beautiful view of the city. You could spend hours here people watching and taking in the weirdness...
Southern Pacific Brewery
Brewery housed in a giant warehouse. Great space to people watch. Must get the coconut chicken wings.
$2 slices of giant New York style pizza slices.
Home of Haight and Ashbury. A strip of hippie shops and people, and quirky thrift stores. Not a lot of things to list here, because everything is cool! This is a must visit!
Haight Street Market
Grab a sandwich here (they’re all tasty) and get it on Dutch Crunch bread. I’ve never seen this bread anywhere outside of SF!
The Italian neighborhood of San Francisco. Lots of delis, Italian restaurants, gelato, cannolis and home of Goorin Bros. the legendary hat shop. Neighbors Chinatown. Put on your walking shoes and start at Union Square. From there you can walk through a tunnel to Chinatown which will lead to North Beach.
Legendary pizza spot. If the line is too long, they have a casual take-out place next door. You can walk across the street and eat at Washington Square Park.
“Hidden” hipster bar with the usual culprits: mustached bartenders with suspenders turning out craft cocktails. Pimm’s cup is recommended! Also serves delicious food.
A step up in terms of fanciness and mustached bartenders from 15 Romolo. Great cocktails.
Take the Bart down to the embarcadero and walk along the water. You’ll see the gorgeous Bay Bridge (it lights up at night!). Stop at the Ferry Building for lunch, it’s filled with gourmet food vendors and home of Blue Bottle Coffee!
You may be enticed to come here because that’s what everyone does when they come to SF. But it’s riddled with tourists and feels like Seaworld. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
Golden Gate Park
Take a drive through the giant park. It’s really pretty! This is where all of the museums are. The California Science Center has a cool indoor rainforest!
This is the highest point of SF. Incredible views of the entire city. Very romantic 😉
This is the crazy windy road! Located in Nob Hill.
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