Bike the Golden Gate eBook NOW FREE!!!
Get this step-by-step guide and upload to your smart phone or tablet. An amazing adventure you'll treasure forever. Start downtown, rent a bike at the Ferry Building, ride along the water, pass Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39 and other SF landmarks, then cross the Golden Gate Bridge and zoom down the big hill into Sausalito. Then take the ferry back to SF.
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Category Archives: Dinner
Yikes it’s Ike’s Sandwiches. OMG … they have a lot of locations too. See the list at the link to their site below. Can you believe a sandwich that’s $26.62!!! Don’t panic, most are about $9. Tell ’em Quirky San … Continue reading
This is quicko list I made for a friend. It’s not complete, and I didn’t provide links … yet. It’s super easy to search online for any of them to get addresses, menus, etc. I’m hoping to do a better … Continue reading
Living 3 blocks from this hotel resto and bar means I walk past it place frequently. There’s been a sign out front for the happy hour for a long time, but for some reason, I never gave it a try. It’s in … Continue reading
What’s a wine flight, you ask? Several “tastes” of different wines, arranged by someone who probably knows more about wine then you (or me). It’s a great way to learn more about what you like. Think of is as a … Continue reading
The food truck craze is happening everywhere. The first I knew of one was in Portland, Oregon back in the early ’90s. Crépes were the specialty. While on a trip to Austin, Texas five years ago, a friend dragged me … Continue reading
This is a good list and now I need to try them all … thanks to SF Essentials, which is another good resource of all things San Francisco. We have the best burritos in the country. No, really. Just … Continue reading