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5 Concierge Recommendations for a Perfect Day Out in San Francisco

Stacy Sugarman

Stacy Sugarman, W Insider, W San Francisco

Stacy Su garman, W Insider W San Francisco

“Start your day by indulging your soul at Brenda’s French Soul Food (652 Polk Street).”

“Don’t miss the Crawfish beignets! After you’ve had your fill, explore San Francisco in style on a private tour with Blue Heron Custom Tours, where you will see all the city has to offer including Chinatown, Union Square, North Beach, The Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, and much, much more! Conclude your tour at the Ferry Building where you can lose yourself in a maze of local roach coaches, bakers, creameries, meat curers and produce stands. Be sure to visit ACME Bread, Cowgirl Creamery, Boccalone Salumeria, Miette bakery, and pre-heat the senses at Hog Island Oyster Company. Then, relax and recharge with a massage and mani-pedi at Bliss Spa. Once you are ready to hit the streets, take the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) to the Mission District and refuel at The Monk’s Kettle (3141 16th Street) with more beers on tap than you can dream, and feast at Hog & Rocks (3431 19th Street), where you find the perfect combination of dishes from the land and sea. What’s next? Head back into the heartbeat of San Francisco, where you can sip cocktails and let loose at Otis Lounge (25 Maiden Lane) where Megan Pattison spins R&B and Soul. End your night at the Living Room Bar of the W Hotel, where locals and visitors come to taste some of the most innovative and seasonal cocktails in SOMA.”

 

BEST RESTURANTS

Gitane

Cuisine: Western European

+1 415 788 6686

6 Claude Lane, San Francisco, 94108

www.gitanerestaurant.com

 

Wayfare Tavern

Cuisine: American

+1 415 772 9060

558 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, 94111

www.wayfaretavern.com

 

Benu

Cuisine: Modern Asian

+1 415 685 4860

22 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, 94105

www.benusf.com

 

BEST SHOP / PLACE TO SHOP

Anywhere on Union Street.

BEST TO DO

Indulge in Street Vender Food and Roach Coaches, some of the best food in SF

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