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On a sunny San Francisco day you might want to check Mission Delores Park at 18th St and Delores St. This is a gathering spot for locals on a typical sunny SF day. Rolling green grass, childrens play structure, tennis courts and genuine laziness. Bring a sandwich, sit back and people watch. Great way to spend an afternoon in San...
This art gallery is a cooperative run by the artists. We had a very warm, friendly welcome and were able to browse the exhibition without feeling pressured.
We purchased a fabulous piece by Jessica Joy Jirsa and a print by John Kraft.
The artist who was there (can't remember his name, but his exhibition included photos of local street art)...
Robert Townsend's "Living the Shuffle" offers a rare opportunity to see a Hollywood legend in a solo performance. It's currently at the Marsh in Berkeley, and headed for Broadway. He's hilarious and poignant. The Marsh has a venue in San Francisco also. Catch Don Reed and Danny Hoyle, as well as other talented solo performers, in an intimate setting.
"Did the tour of the factory, great tour, great chocolate"
reviewed March 1, 2020 by jpescatore
The tour is at the factory at 2600 16th st. - we walked from the 16th/Mission stop on Bart tot he 740 Valencia location by mistake.
Fun and informative tour for $15/person but that also gets you a free chocolate drink at the cafe and many, many samples of chocolate.
A small bakery often marked by a long queue extending around the corner of the block.
Always a place on my list whenever I'm in downtown San Francisco. Their creations are excellently crafted with an impressive control on sweetness. Their savory breads and pastries are just as well-balanced in richness and flavor.
Their hollow Grougere bun is a savory "staple"...