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“Bomb breakfast place. The rosemary potatoes are incredible. They don't take reservations. Be prepared to wait., it's worth it.”
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“Light and airy coffee shop with light food. You can also get some good bread to take away. We get our sourdough starter from here.”
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Point of Interest
“Coit Tower has been standing at the top of Telegraph Hill since 1933. At the top of the tower is a viewing deck that gives 360 degree views of the city and the surrounding bay. The tower was named after Lillie Hitchcock Coit, she was a little eccentric and very wealthy. When she passed aways she left a substantial sum of money to the city and so this tower was built to honor her. You can go up the tower by elevator all year round and tickets can be bought from the nearby ticket shop.”
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Lateinamerikanisches Restaurant
“We love to come here in the afternoon for a drink and a bite. It was beautiful views of the city and nice music and environment.”
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Burmese Restaurant
“One of the best Burmese restos in SF. Long lines - call to put your name on the list, then go get drinks.”
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“This whole neighborhood is a blast to explore. Tea to ramen to local shops. ”
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“Start your walk here towards the Golden Gate Bridge. Amazing photos ops right along the water. Flat walk. Great farmers market there on Sundays. ”
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“18th st stop. Walk west 3 blocks west. A vibrant gay neighborhood. Many shops, restaurant and bars. Wonderful historic movie theatre.”
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“Less than a five-minute walk, you will stumble into this casual beer garden, on the corner of Valencia/Duboce, that is always lively and has a large selection of beers and drinks.”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
“Grungy taqueria open till 2am, home to one of the best burritos in the city. Expect long lines but they move quickly.”
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“Named for the 1776-built Mission Dolores, the Mission District is an exuberant, evolving neighborhood with Latino roots and a hipster vibe. Old-school taquerias and eclectic live-music clubs mix with chef-driven eateries and craft cocktail lounges. There are also tattoo parlors, gourmet ice cream shops and Dolores Park, a popular weekend hangout with skyline views. Vibrant murals line streets such as Clarion Alley.”
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“Family-owned ice cream shop scoops classic & creative flavors made in small batches on the premises.”
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“This is the BEST coffee in the city! We are total coffee snobs, and Philz can't be beat. It's a local chain and this Noe Valley location is right across the street from a local park. If you try to get into a Philz Coffee downtown you'll wait in line... at this location it's rare to wait more than 5 mins. It's a nice walk down 24th street, and takes about 10 mins from our guest suite. We highly recommend trying the Soooo Good and Philharmonic blends. Ask for cinnamon in the pour over cone, you won't be disappointed.”
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Historische Stätte
“A big pool burned down, and the ruins were so pretty, we just left them there.”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
“Fresh Mexican using local and organic ingredients. Parking is available in a secure lot. No reservations accepted. The trucha (trout) asada is amazing. ”
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Südstaaten- / Afroamerikanisches Restaurant
“Amazing spot for brunch. I discovered this place the first week I moved to SF, and have been back so many times since! Shrimp and Grits are the best I have ever had. Also, you must get a beignet! There can be a wait, but usually not as long as you would think. ”
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