The sun is out which means an explosion of things to do in San Francisco.
San Francisco might just be the world’s most Instagrammable city.
There are San Francisco museums devoted to every era, medium, and fascination.
The city's urban hikes promise eucalyptus-scented air, open cliffs, views of the ocean and redwood forests.
It’s easy to leave—or lose—your heart in San Francisco.
The Bay Area has always been a hotbed for scoring high-quality weed.
Don’t take San Francisco beaches for granted.
Socialize, learn new things and de-stress without breaking the bank.
October 2019: Summer is behind us and it's time to eat with abandon! The fall update to our list of the best restauarants in San Francisco swaps out some older eateries to make room for exciting new spots and this time we've topped out at 50(!) stellar restaurants. For Instagram-worthy dining, we’ve added the Ghirardelli Square dim sum parlor Palette Tea House (#15), downtown fine dining at O' by Claude Le Tohic (our new #1 spot!) and Nari (#2), the latest modern Thai spot in Japantown. In accordance with the comfy season, comfort food takes new shapes and forms from American classics at Corridor (#26) and hearty vegetarian dishes at Wildseed (#39) to warming bowls of ramen in SOMA and meaty favorites at Al’s Deli (#18). Last but not least, Aziza (#8) returns to the scene, filling a void in the Richmond neighborhood. It’s no exaggeration to say that San Francisco is one of the best cities for food in the world. But with so many interesting dining destinations packed into just 7x7 square miles, it can be as overwhelming to decide where to eat as it can be to choose from our list of the best things to do in the city. But we’re here to help, with 50 picks for the greatest places to eat in this city right now: the freshest, most memorable, most inventive. The ones changing the gastronomic landscape and the ones that have been holding it up for decades. Our experts scour the city for great dishes, great value and insider info (like a certain restaurant’s off-the-menu homemade Sp
It's time to hit up the Bay Area's best rooftop bars, boozy patios and alfresco beer gardens.
The bacon is sizzling and the biscuits are rising at our current favorite brunches in San Francisco.
Of all the places where you can kick back with a drink in SF, those with a killer view will always come out on top.
The city is awash in third-wave roasters—and we take our beans very seriously.
For more than 50 years San Francisco breweries have been at the center of the craft beer revolution.
San Francisco has no shortage of spectacular Michelin star restaurants.
San Francisco is a veritable dessert mecca.
San Francisco’s Chinatown contains the largest Chinese population outside of Asia. As a result, the culture is robust.
One of the most culturally and historically rich neighborhoods in the city.
Artists, designers, musicians and creative entrepreneurs flock to this still affordable neighborhood full of repurposed industrial buildings.
Jump off at Montgomery or Embarcadero to explore this bustling business district.
There’s more to Fisherman’s Wharf than souvenir stands and clam chowder.
A new generation of techies work alongside a growing residential class.
The epicenter of hippie culture in the 1960s where trendy shops, tattoo parlors, funky bars and ethnic eateries radiate in all directions.
Largely unexplored, foggy areas that sandwich Golden Gate Park.
SF goes all out with festive events and dinners offering traditional dancing and performances.
Sketchfest spreads the laughter over two and a half weeks and 20 venues.
50,000 weekend warriors dressed as salmon, chickens and pop-culture characters run, walk or stumble a distance of about 7.5 miles to Ocean Beach.
This Golden Gate Park meadow transforms into a secluded concert venue every summer.
Ready to have the best Pride ever?
SF's biggest fest in Golden Gate Park.
This free three-day music fest returns every October with an eye-crossing number of acts.
Love 'em or hate 'em, the Blue Angels are back.
The Folsom Street Fair has more leather, chains, whips and exposed skin than ever.
Here are the best things to do in Berkeley—wheher you want to eat, drink, explore or play.
No trip to the Bay Area is complete without time spent in SF’s sister-city to the east.
California’s capital earned its status as a place of importance a long time ago.
Lake Tahoe is NorCal’s year-round adventure destination and this is its capital.
As the Bay Area continues to boom, San Jose is finally moving into a spotlight of its own.
Discover a relaxed vibe in Pismo Beach, home to several exciting surf competitions.
Monterey Bay radiates hypnotizing beauty whether you're on the water or near it with a drink.
Santa Cruz blends SoCal's beach town vibes with NorCal's rugged good looks.
This region is a verdant landscape dotted with barns and quaint seafood shacks.
It’s all good from Diego to the Bay, because California knows how to party.