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Guidebook for San Francisco

Angela & Holliday
Angela & Holliday
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Angela & Holliday

Guidebook for San Francisco

Food Scene
My favorite restaurant in the city, Michelin-starred and James Beard winner. Roman small plates - always incredible food and service. Excellent Italian wines by the glass. Hard to get in, try and reserve early. The cookbook is displayed in our kitchen if you want to have a look at some of their dishes - or attempt to whip them up yourself!
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SPQR
1911 Fillmore St
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My favorite restaurant in the city, Michelin-starred and James Beard winner. Roman small plates - always incredible food and service. Excellent Italian wines by the glass. Hard to get in, try and reserve early. The cookbook is displayed in our kitchen if you want to have a look at some of their dishes - or attempt to whip them up yourself!
Tartine is an SF institution. Not just the bread, everything...
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Tartine Bakery
600 Guerrero Street
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Tartine is an SF institution. Not just the bread, everything...
It's the best pizza in town, arguably some of the best you will get this side of Naples:) The main restaurant Delfina is in the Mission district (hard to get in) but they also have two pizzerias, one right next to their main restaurant and the other right outside our door! Down one block at Fillmore and California St., across from Mollie Stone's Grocery Store. Get the margherita DOP pizza and prepare to make inappropriate moaning sounds.
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Pizzeria Delfina
2406 California St
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It's the best pizza in town, arguably some of the best you will get this side of Naples:) The main restaurant Delfina is in the Mission district (hard to get in) but they also have two pizzerias, one right next to their main restaurant and the other right outside our door! Down one block at Fillmore and California St., across from Mollie Stone's Grocery Store. Get the margherita DOP pizza and prepare to make inappropriate moaning sounds.
My favorite Chinese food in the city, in Chinatown proper - also happens to be Jackie Chan's go-to when in SF, and was one of the restaurants featured in Bourdain's SF episode (RIP Anthony, we love you so) It's hard to get in, go during the day or call to book. I love the R&G beef, so delicious..
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R & G Lounge
631 Kearny Street
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My favorite Chinese food in the city, in Chinatown proper - also happens to be Jackie Chan's go-to when in SF, and was one of the restaurants featured in Bourdain's SF episode (RIP Anthony, we love you so) It's hard to get in, go during the day or call to book. I love the R&G beef, so delicious..
The best coffee in the neighborhood, some argue it's the best coffee out there anywhere! Up the street on Fillmore just a few blocks. Other favorite coffee in SF (which San Franciscans take stupidly seriously): The Mill on Divisadero (great pizza, pastries and bread too - they use Four Barrel Coffee), Ritual Coffee (different locations around town), Equator is my very favorite - one in Fort Mason on the Marina Waterfront and another downtown somewhere.
Blue Bottle Coffee
2453 Fillmore St
The best coffee in the neighborhood, some argue it's the best coffee out there anywhere! Up the street on Fillmore just a few blocks. Other favorite coffee in SF (which San Franciscans take stupidly seriously): The Mill on Divisadero (great pizza, pastries and bread too - they use Four Barrel Coffee), Ritual Coffee (different locations around town), Equator is my very favorite - one in Fort Mason on the Marina Waterfront and another downtown somewhere.
Our favorite Ramen restaurant in SF. It's inside Japantown - through the main doors on Post Street and right inside on the left. Great ramen/udon, etc. - inexpensive and delicious! See a movie at the AMC/Kabuki movie theater just next door
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Suzu
1825 Post Street
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Our favorite Ramen restaurant in SF. It's inside Japantown - through the main doors on Post Street and right inside on the left. Great ramen/udon, etc. - inexpensive and delicious! See a movie at the AMC/Kabuki movie theater just next door
Best deli in SF, traditional Italian. Pick up some sandwiches/salads here and head to Golden Gate Park for a picnic! It's down in the Marina (15 minutes over the hill on Fillmore or short Lyft ride or bus picks up right on Fillmore and will drop you)
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Lucca Delicatessen
2120 Chestnut Street
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Best deli in SF, traditional Italian. Pick up some sandwiches/salads here and head to Golden Gate Park for a picnic! It's down in the Marina (15 minutes over the hill on Fillmore or short Lyft ride or bus picks up right on Fillmore and will drop you)
San Franciscans love Samovars. There are a few locations, and they have just added one right here on Fillmore Street! Walk down Fillmore a few blocks on the opposite side of the street - excellent teas, food. It's small and crowded but delicious.
Samovar Tea Lounge
San Franciscans love Samovars. There are a few locations, and they have just added one right here on Fillmore Street! Walk down Fillmore a few blocks on the opposite side of the street - excellent teas, food. It's small and crowded but delicious.
Our favorite tacos in the city! In the Mission District - make sure to leave time to walk around the Mission for some prime people-watching, a Delores Park Saturday, or just because. The Mission is nutty and very much alive!!
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La Taqueria
2889 Mission St
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Our favorite tacos in the city! In the Mission District - make sure to leave time to walk around the Mission for some prime people-watching, a Delores Park Saturday, or just because. The Mission is nutty and very much alive!!
It's James Beard/Michelin. Very hard to get in but I'm told if you get there at 4ish and wait, you have a good chance. A foodie haven and just down the street on Fillmore, about 7 blocks - I don't go as I don't have time like that but people obsess over this place and since it's in the neighborhood, is worth the mention!
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State Bird Provisions
1529 Fillmore St
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It's James Beard/Michelin. Very hard to get in but I'm told if you get there at 4ish and wait, you have a good chance. A foodie haven and just down the street on Fillmore, about 7 blocks - I don't go as I don't have time like that but people obsess over this place and since it's in the neighborhood, is worth the mention!
The sister restaurant to Michelin-starred State Bird Provisions, just beside it. Great food and drinks - a really lively bar scene too. Lively as in packed so be prepared for that:) Lots of San Franciscans freak out over this place, you will be amongst locals!
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The Progress
1525 Fillmore Street
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The sister restaurant to Michelin-starred State Bird Provisions, just beside it. Great food and drinks - a really lively bar scene too. Lively as in packed so be prepared for that:) Lots of San Franciscans freak out over this place, you will be amongst locals!
Brunch in SF is insane, let's just get that out of the way. There are tons of excellent, incredible brunch restaurants throughout the city as brunching is a way of life for a lot of San Franciscans. The problem with this is that on the weekends you will wait 1-2 hours to eat anywhere good (unless you go early/before 10 - might still be a wait though). There are too many great brunch places to list, but if you just want to be fed in the morning, Joe the Juice right outside the door is a good option for a quick bite/smoothie/juices. It's a chain but it's fine and will get you on your way:)
JOE & THE JUICE
2213 Fillmore St
Brunch in SF is insane, let's just get that out of the way. There are tons of excellent, incredible brunch restaurants throughout the city as brunching is a way of life for a lot of San Franciscans. The problem with this is that on the weekends you will wait 1-2 hours to eat anywhere good (unless you go early/before 10 - might still be a wait though). There are too many great brunch places to list, but if you just want to be fed in the morning, Joe the Juice right outside the door is a good option for a quick bite/smoothie/juices. It's a chain but it's fine and will get you on your way:)
You will think you have died and gone to Paris here. Award-winning pastries that will make you swoon - walkable from the house at California and Divisadero. You'll thank me later :)
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b. patisserie
2821 California St
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You will think you have died and gone to Paris here. Award-winning pastries that will make you swoon - walkable from the house at California and Divisadero. You'll thank me later :)
Drinks & Nightlife
My favorite bar in the city. It's old skool, named after the 4 founding fathers of San Francisco ("The Big 4"). It's dimly lit, lots of leather furniture, classically decorated and often a piano player is featured in the lounge. Elegant, historic and delicious food and drinks. You'll feel like a grown up here, but in the best of ways:)
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The Big 4
1075 California Street
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My favorite bar in the city. It's old skool, named after the 4 founding fathers of San Francisco ("The Big 4"). It's dimly lit, lots of leather furniture, classically decorated and often a piano player is featured in the lounge. Elegant, historic and delicious food and drinks. You'll feel like a grown up here, but in the best of ways:)
The Mission has it all, night and day. The "it" spot where hipsters, Hispanic communities and techies collide. Tons of inexpensive ethnic and spendy trendy restaurants, clubs, bars, shops, etc. Best Mexican food in the city are all in the Mission, our favorite for tacos: La Taqueria - cheap and real tasty!
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Mission District
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The Mission has it all, night and day. The "it" spot where hipsters, Hispanic communities and techies collide. Tons of inexpensive ethnic and spendy trendy restaurants, clubs, bars, shops, etc. Best Mexican food in the city are all in the Mission, our favorite for tacos: La Taqueria - cheap and real tasty!
A great wine shop up the street on Sacramento at Divisadero. They do tastings Wednesday nights I believe, stop in for a cheeky bottle!
Corbeaux's London Market
2901 Sacramento St
A great wine shop up the street on Sacramento at Divisadero. They do tastings Wednesday nights I believe, stop in for a cheeky bottle!
The famous Fillmore West is right here! Legends have played here. Check their lineup to see who's playing - note this is a concert venue so you will need tickets. Down the street on Fillmore about 7 blocks.
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菲尔莫尔礼堂
1805 Geary Boulevard
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The famous Fillmore West is right here! Legends have played here. Check their lineup to see who's playing - note this is a concert venue so you will need tickets. Down the street on Fillmore about 7 blocks.
You can think of this venue as "the other Fillmore":) This is another show venue - we are equidistant between The Fillmore and The Independent (on Divisadero - 30 min walk or short Lyft) Check who's on at both venues and take your pick!
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The Independent
628 Divisadero St
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You can think of this venue as "the other Fillmore":) This is another show venue - we are equidistant between The Fillmore and The Independent (on Divisadero - 30 min walk or short Lyft) Check who's on at both venues and take your pick!
Sightseeing
Built for SF's World's Fair. Beautiful spot in San Fran, bring your camera. It gets incredibly touristy on weekend days (wedding pictures, etc.) - we recommend running/walking down there (20-30 mins) on a weekday morning to get it relatively to yourself. Swans on ponds and greek columns and flowers and gorgeousness.
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Palace of Fine Arts
3601 Lyon Street
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Built for SF's World's Fair. Beautiful spot in San Fran, bring your camera. It gets incredibly touristy on weekend days (wedding pictures, etc.) - we recommend running/walking down there (20-30 mins) on a weekday morning to get it relatively to yourself. Swans on ponds and greek columns and flowers and gorgeousness.
Because it's a must for any new visitor to San Francisco - this is our LGBTQ district. Walk around and have a look-see, never a dull moment in the Castro! Also the famous Castro Theater is on Castro St. shows fantastic films, old and new
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The Castro
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Because it's a must for any new visitor to San Francisco - this is our LGBTQ district. Walk around and have a look-see, never a dull moment in the Castro! Also the famous Castro Theater is on Castro St. shows fantastic films, old and new
We love our Chinatown! It's touristy, but a touristy area we actually like (we don't go to Ghiardelli Square/Fisherman's Wharf or Pier 39 FYI - San Franciscans don't do that stuff. They say if you want to have an affair, have it at Pier 39 because no one who actually lives in SF will ever see you;) Plenty of things to see - shops and restaurants, etc. My favorite Chinese restaurant here is called the R&G Lounge on Kearny. Hard to get in, book ahead
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Chinatown
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We love our Chinatown! It's touristy, but a touristy area we actually like (we don't go to Ghiardelli Square/Fisherman's Wharf or Pier 39 FYI - San Franciscans don't do that stuff. They say if you want to have an affair, have it at Pier 39 because no one who actually lives in SF will ever see you;) Plenty of things to see - shops and restaurants, etc. My favorite Chinese restaurant here is called the R&G Lounge on Kearny. Hard to get in, book ahead
Essentials
Right around the corner! Take a right out on the street, a right on Fillmore and another right on California. You'll see it right there. It's overpriced, but very convenient. Otherwise, there is a Whole Foods at California/Polk but will probably require a Lyft.
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Mollie Stone's Markets
2435 California Street
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Right around the corner! Take a right out on the street, a right on Fillmore and another right on California. You'll see it right there. It's overpriced, but very convenient. Otherwise, there is a Whole Foods at California/Polk but will probably require a Lyft.
Shopping
The Ferry Building Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings is an institution for both locals and tourists. The outdoor farmer's market is open from 8am - 2pm and the food trucks that surround it keep similar hours (SF is obsessed with the tamales, you'll see the line at the truck!) The Ferry Building itself is home to a ton of gourmet shops - meats, cheeses, olive oils, etc. etc. Take the 1 bus just in front of FRAME on Fillmore (the bus picks up on the side of the store, on Sacramento St.) all the way to the end and you'll be at the Embarcadero, where the Ferry Building lives. The 1 bus also goes through Chinatown if you want to get on/off there along the way.
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Ferry Bldg Marketplace
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The Ferry Building Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings is an institution for both locals and tourists. The outdoor farmer's market is open from 8am - 2pm and the food trucks that surround it keep similar hours (SF is obsessed with the tamales, you'll see the line at the truck!) The Ferry Building itself is home to a ton of gourmet shops - meats, cheeses, olive oils, etc. etc. Take the 1 bus just in front of FRAME on Fillmore (the bus picks up on the side of the store, on Sacramento St.) all the way to the end and you'll be at the Embarcadero, where the Ferry Building lives. The 1 bus also goes through Chinatown if you want to get on/off there along the way.
It's one of my favorites in the city - just outside the door, next to Peet's on Fillmore! Other favorite bookstores: Green Apple on Clement Street (it's huge, great recommendation tables my very favorite in SF) and Dog-Eared Books in the Mission.
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Browser Books
2195 Fillmore Street
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It's one of my favorites in the city - just outside the door, next to Peet's on Fillmore! Other favorite bookstores: Green Apple on Clement Street (it's huge, great recommendation tables my very favorite in SF) and Dog-Eared Books in the Mission.
Arts & Culture
My favorite museum in the city, not only for its collection (which is incredible, European art) but the building itself is gorgeous, modeled after the Palais de la Légion d'Honneur in Paris and donated by the (in)famous Alma Spreckles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alma_de_Bretteville_Spreckels The location is exquisite, you will get views of the Golden Gate bridge and the Bay. If you buy a ticket at either the DeYoung or the Legion of Honor Museums, your ticket will get you into the other museum if used on the same day. I recommend doing one museum day and doing both
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Legion of Honor
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My favorite museum in the city, not only for its collection (which is incredible, European art) but the building itself is gorgeous, modeled after the Palais de la Légion d'Honneur in Paris and donated by the (in)famous Alma Spreckles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alma_de_Bretteville_Spreckels The location is exquisite, you will get views of the Golden Gate bridge and the Bay. If you buy a ticket at either the DeYoung or the Legion of Honor Museums, your ticket will get you into the other museum if used on the same day. I recommend doing one museum day and doing both
Because it's incredible. SF just unveiled the new building - the permanent collection is badass (Warhol, Rothoko, DuChamp, etc.) and their exhibits are world class. They have late night Thursdays, open til 9, which is fun. Their restaurant, In Situ, is insanely good and highly respected (and expensive;)
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旧金山现代艺术博物馆
151 3rd St
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Because it's incredible. SF just unveiled the new building - the permanent collection is badass (Warhol, Rothoko, DuChamp, etc.) and their exhibits are world class. They have late night Thursdays, open til 9, which is fun. Their restaurant, In Situ, is insanely good and highly respected (and expensive;)
Everything Else
The famous Kabuki spa is just down the street! Access to the baths (they alternate men and women days - check their website) is inexpensive (~$25) and so relaxing. Their treatments are fairly priced. Pretty good value and very cool to be in a Japanese Onsen type setting which feels traditional. In Japantown, down the street on Fillmore
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Kabuki Springs & Spa
1750 Geary Boulevard
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The famous Kabuki spa is just down the street! Access to the baths (they alternate men and women days - check their website) is inexpensive (~$25) and so relaxing. Their treatments are fairly priced. Pretty good value and very cool to be in a Japanese Onsen type setting which feels traditional. In Japantown, down the street on Fillmore