No amount of fog can hold San Francisco down
San Francisco's colorful activity echoes around its steep hills and sweeps through its valleys. From inspired bread-making at Tartine, to the freshly sprayed street murals of the Mission's Clarion Alley, the always loud and sparkly clubs of the Castro, and SOMA's emerging microbreweries, San Francisco is always packed with flavor and filled with energy. Whether it's pushing the boundaries of public nudity, making strides for gender equality, or baking up food fads, San Francisco is at the forefront of innovation, cradled in the multicultural history of the American west.
In this guide you will:
-Eat so many burritos in the Mission you'll need an extra seat on the flight home
-Hang like a beatnik in North Beach
-Drink the most delicious fussy cocktails in SOMA
-Leather-bind your tender bits at the Folsom Street Fair
-Break some (sourdough) bread at Fisherman's Wharf
|Publisher:||Running Press Book Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Off Track Planet launched their website in 2009 out of a hostel in Brooklyn. Since its launch, their website has reached more than four million readers online and averages more than 100,000 monthly visitors. Off Track Planet is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York.