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San Francisco City Guide


Known as a melting pot of many ethnicities, San Francisco offers a wide variety of cuisines ranging from the traditional to cutting edge dining experiences, from the gourmet to the jellybean.

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Tuscan Inn at the Wharf – Enjoy warm European ambiance combined with gracious service and an ideal location in the heart of San Francisco’s vibrant Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood.

Foreign Cinema – Nationally acclaimed restaurant combining foreign and independent films with Cal-Med cooking.

Central Kitchen – Roots in the community but its reach goes far beyond with emphasis on refined food in a warm setting with casual and friendly service.

Sidewalk Food Tour of San Francisco
The sidewalk Food Tour will fill your belly with authentic cuisines from three of San Francisco’s best foodie neighborhoods and your brain with the city’s rich culinary history. From hot steamed dumplings, to one of the few remaining family-owned salami businesses in the Bay Area, to gooey pizza and chocolate truffles that will make you do a double-take, this tour covers every gastronomical destination your taste buds could dream of. Your guide will take you from the city’s most famous restaurants to its best-hidden gourmet gems, all while sharing insight on the unique mix of history, culture and architecture that are as much a part of San Francisco as its legacy as a bona fide food town.

Chinatown and North Beach Night Walking Tour
You’ll find secret alcoves, enticing aromas and exotic tastes around every corner of your two-hour, evening walking tour through Chinatown and North Beach. On their own, they will stir your senses. Together, they awaken you to new flavors, ancient cultures, and a diverse lifestyle.
You’ll explore Chinatown by twilight and taste dim sum from one of the oldest bakeries in the area. Delve into Chinese mysticism and culture represented in local sculpture and architecture. Search out authentic Chinese and Italian crafts and pottery and uncover their hidden secrets only intrepid locals know. “Best Tour for 2011” – San Francisco Bay Guardian.