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Weirdest bars in San Francisco

Weirdest bars in San Francisco From holes in the wall decorated with headless dolls and plastic rats to pubs so small the beers are kept in a bathtub, San Francisco has a notable collection of bizarre watering holes. Here are 13 of the weirdest. Search by neighborhoods: 1. Nob Hill 2. The Mission 3. The Tenderloin 4. Cow Hollow 5. SoMa 6. Russian Hill 7. Chinatown 8. North Beach 9. Hayes Valley   Nob Hill Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar Photo: Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar Come for the kitsch. Stay for the Asian snacks, like poke and pupu platters, and the old-fashioned mai tais. The Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar , inside the Fairmont Hotel atop Nob Hill,…

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The top vegan restaurants in SF

The top vegan restaurants in SF ARE YOU A hungry vegan tired of scouring menus in hopes of a good meal? Your kitchen at home is well-stocked, but when out, you’re at the mercy of forces beyond your control? Luckily, San Francisco is a health-conscious, critter-loving city with diverse tastes. Here are some top spots to grab vegan food, from trendy restaurants to quick and easy delis. Search by neighborhood: 1. Mission District 2. Mid-Market 3. Sunset 4. Tenderloin 5. Haight Ashbury 6. Hayes Valley   Mission District 1. Indochine Photo: Indochine Why we love this place: Choosing from Valencia corridor’s insane assortment of eateries can be tough sometimes, but Indochine’s entirely vegan Vietnamese menu stands out among the…

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Coastal hikes and beaches in SF

Coastal hikes and beaches in SF SAN FRANCISCO’S WESTERN EDGE is essentially one massive beach with sand dunes and scary waves; hidden beach coves dot the coast in and near the city, and you can spend an hour or a whole day hiking hair-raising trails on rugged cliffs. Even on those No Cal beach days that call for down jackets — not swimsuits, the SF shoreline is worth exploring. Beaches   Baker Beach Photo: gags9999 This medium-sized beach at the north end of San Francisco has huge views of the Marin Headlands and the Golden Gate Bridge to its east. The slope to the west holds multi-million-dollar homes. Since Baker Beach faces north, it’s spared some of the intense…

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The best photo ops in SF

The best photo ops in SF WHO WANTS to see another jumping shot in front of the Golden Gate Bridge or a snap of you locked up at Alcatraz? Absolutely no one. For all of the well-known photo locations, there are dozens of alternatives that will ensure you still come home with an impressive, different, and distinctly San Francisco Instagram feed. Here are 12 San Francisco photo spots where you can capture the urban grit, the jagged skyline, and the secrets that set the city apart. 1. SFMoma Photo: SFMOMA The SFMoma is San Francisco’s seven-story contemporary art museum that is packed to the walls with massive murals, neon signs, and abstract sculptures. The museum is fascinating to explore…

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