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swig civic center

SAN FRANCISCO | SWIG is a speakeasy style bar in San Francisco’s Tenderloin with a focus on classic cocktails and original drinks. There are ten beers on draft and a handful of wines too, but the cocktails and spirits are what you’ll want to be going for. As well as

mission chinese food mission district

SAN FRANCISCO | Mission Chinese Food opened in 2011 and was considered by many to be one of the best new restaurants in the US. Today, the restaurant with an unlikely back story is on the list of “must eat” venues that every visitor to San Francisco writes up. It

blue bottle coffee soma

SAN FRANCISCO | Blue Bottle Coffee might be owned by global behemoth Nestle these days, but that doesn’t mean that the coffee at their stores has declined. In fact, Blue Bottle remains one of the most reliable cafes in the US to get a fantastic coffee. The Mint Plaza Cafe

anchor and hope soma

SAN FRANCISCO | Anchor & Hope is housed in a old mechanics garage that dates back to the early 1900s and is the place to go if you’re looking for some of the best seafood in town. The restaurant makes the most of the building’s bones, with high ceilings, exposed

b. patisserie pacific heights

SAN FRANCISCO | B. Patisserie is a bakery that sells both traditional French-style pastries and more modern creations with local influences and American flavours. The space is open, bright and airy, and when you walk inside you have a full view of the expansive pastry counter, and open windowed kitchen

cellarmaker brewing company soma

SAN FRANCISCO | Cellarmaker Brewing Company is the place to come if you’re into beers that are big on hops. The venue is small, with the brick and wood taproom out the front being a cozy place to try the beers, especially if you can nab a seat at the

21st amendment brewery SOMA

SAN FRANCISCO | 21st Amendment Brewery might have stepped things by several notches with the opening of their San Leandro brewery in 2015, but the original brewery and restaurant which opened in 2000 in South Park is still going strong and a great place to visit. It’s a large, airy

church key north beach

SAN FRANCISCO | Church Key opened in 2008 and has operated as a bit of an under the radar gem for craft beer lovers in San Francisco. The North Beach craft beer spot is unmarked bu for a small sign over the door with a key, with the door opening

city beer store soma

SAN FRANCISCO | City Beer Store opened in 2006 and since then, the bottle shop / bar has built a reputation as a must visit for lovers of craft beer in San Francisco. Walk through the unassuming entrance and down into the cozy venue and you’re faced with an enticing

pacific brewing laboratory soma

SAN FRANCISCO | Pacific Brewing Laboratory was founded in 2010 when owners Bryan Hermannsson and Patrick Horn decided to experiment with new beer flavors, styles, and brewing techniques. Horn later left the business, and in 2015 Hermannsson teamed up with Jim Furman and Kevin Jackey from Black Hammer Brewing to