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My San Francisco Guide

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I get lots of questions about San Francisco so I decided to put together all the posts that I’ve written about one of the best cities in the world so that you’ll have the information in one place. (You’re welcome!)

San Francisco Guide

San Francisco Neighborhood Guides

San Francisco Neighborhoods

In my San Francisco Profile series, I interviewed locals from some of the most famous neighborhoods. At the bottom of each interview is my little black book of spots to eat, drink, stay and visit.
Financial District
Hayes Valley
Lower Haight
Marina District
Miraloma Park
Mission District
Nob Hill
North Beach
Pacific Heights
Portrero Hill
Richmond District
Sunset District
SoMa (South of Market)
Western Addition/Japantown

San Francisco Food Guides


San Franciso is one of the BEST cities in the world to eat and I put in a lot of (ahem) researching so that I could bring you my guides on the best food in the city.
A San Francisco Weekend for Foodies
San Francisco Bay Area Dimsum Guide
Burgers in San Francisco
San Francisco’s Best Cheeseburgers
A Sampling of Some of SF’s Best Burgers (writing on the Groupon blog)
Great Mexican Restaurants in San Francisco
Best Burmese Food in San Francisco
Hawaiian in San Francisco
San Francisco for Vegetarians
5 Places to Eat Oysters in San Francisco
Where to go for Coffee in San Francisco
A San Francisco Weekend for Foodies
Baked Bear in San Francisco – Custom-made Ice Cream Sandwiches
San Francisco’s Primo Patio – A Caribbean Escape with Great Food
Fried Chicken and Waffles in San Francisco
San Francisco’s Top Salted Caramel Treats (writing on the Groupon blog)
Landmark Dishes From San Francisco Legends (writing on the Groupon blog)
San Francisco’s Ultimate Juice Guide (writing on the Groupon blog)
Eating in San Francisco’s Financial District – Around the World in 24 Hours
Liba San Francisco
San Francisco’s Sushirrito
Classic San Francisco Food Treats

Things to do in San Francisco

Ferry Building/Embarcadero Ice Rink Winter 2003-4
Photo credit: Embarcadero Center

No matter what time of the year, or what the weather, there is always something to do in San Francisco.
San Francisco Coastal Trail
Great Spots to Photograph the City
4 Fun, Funky, and Freaky Places to See in San Francisco
San Francisco Cable Cars
Things To Do on a Cold Day in the City (writing on the Groupon blog)
Nighttime Photography Spots in the City (writing on the Groupon blog)
Wine Tasting in San Francisco (writing on the Groupon blog)
San Francisco’s Chinatown Part 1
San Francisco’s Chinatown Part 2
San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury
Four Activities for Out-of-Town Guests that Are Better than Sending Them to Fisherman’s Wharf
Things To Do in San Francisco in the Winter

San Francisco for the Holidays
New to SF Bay – First Day Things to Do and See
See 3 Stunning Mosaic Steps of San Francisco in One Day

Miscellaneous San Francisco Stories

San Francisco View

And because I truly love Sa Francisco, I’ve written lots of posts on various aspects of the City by the Bay.
My It’s-IT Story
San Francisco’s Coffee Cultures
San Francisco Bites – Roli Roti Porchetta Sandwich and Happy Birthday Ferry Building
San Francisco Ferry Building Attraction – Biscuit Bender
Kara of Kara’s Cupcakes Isn’t Afraid to Think Bigger (writing on the Groupon blog)
An Interview with Cotogna Chef Michael Tusk – Taste of the Nation San Francisco
Dine on Time App at Westfield San Francisco Centre
Westfield Food Tastemaker
How to be Parisian in San Francisco Part 1
How to be Parisian in San Francisco Part 2

Hopefully, on your next trip to San Francisco, you’ll be able to enjoy this guide and the fruits of my labor!

How about you? Have you been to San Francisco? Do you have a favorite spot? Do tell!

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