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Eat Your Heart Out

Get a San Francisco itinerary and explore the deep rooted cultural diversity of the Bay Area! Go on one day tours or take your time with a longer travel vacation. Explore sightseeing, tourism, restaurants, shopping & everything that makes San Francisco unique!

780 Potrero Avenue
Walking Food Tour

Grub Crawl

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A foodie's dream, the "Grub Crawl" let's you explore a series of restaurants and taste their best dishes, all in one night. Indulge yourself in the food, the culture and the people in this walking social food tour of our great San Francisco restaurants and neighborhoods.

780 Potrero Avenue
375 Valencia Street
Cafes

Four Barrel Coffee

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They love coffee because even after all these years, coffee keeps them guessing. Coffee has yet to become the predictable, housecoat wearing type. She is still the sly seductress we’re following around the dark corner, always just a few steps behind. constantly changing, full of intrigue, disgustingly rewarding. The closest they have can come to mastery is by association: they’ve mastered the art of learning about coffee.

375 Valencia Street
2779 Mission Street
Restaurant

El Farolito

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The flagship location of the El Farolito empire, this Mission hotspot always has a line, especially after last call. I love to get a gigantic burrito at El Farolito, doused in sauce & melted cheese, and wash it down with an ice cold Corona!

2779 Mission Street

Wind down the weekend by enjoying, well, an absinthe.

398 Hayes Street
2362 Market Street
Restaurant

Catch Restaurant

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Enjoy fresh, affordable seafood and landfare in a casual, cozy atmosphere located in the heart of the City in the Castro. Relax on the heated patio with a view of Market Street, or dine inside and enjoy live piano jazz on Fridays and Saturdays.

2362 Market Street
950 Mason Street
Restaurant and Bar

Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar

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A true SF classic. Well, classic and campy at the same time. The Tonga Room features French Polynesian and Pacific Rim cuisine, live performances from a band playing from a boat and easily the best Mai Tai in town. While you’re there, check out the historic photos, including the Tony Bennett’s first performance of "I Left My Heart in San Francisco."

950 Mason Street

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