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mylsuhat
Chicago Cubs Fan
Mandeville, LA
Member since Mar 2008
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Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Will be in San Fran February 27 - March 1



All food and sight recommendations welcomed



Some food places we have noted, let me know if you have any good/bad info:
- Aziza (reservations made)
- Verjus
- Bon Voyage
- Angler
- Birdsong
- Che Fico
- Rich Table
- Nopa
- Wipeout Bar and Grill
- Hakkasan
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Gaston
LSU Fan
Dirty Coast
Member since Aug 2008
30668 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
My favorite spot is Land’s End park at the end of Geary. You can explore all over the coast line right there, and it has the most epic sunsets possible. If you want to get tequila drunk there’s a Mexican joint called Tommy’s, on that end of Geary as well, you need to belly up to the bar at.

Coit tower is cool if you’re on the other side of the city. The Japanese tea garden in the park is refreshing.
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Junkyard Hog
Arkansas Fan
Arkansas
Member since Aug 2019
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re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Muir Woods
Alcatraz
Head up to Napa/Sonoma


Vrai
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2003
2781 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
You like garlic? Check out The Stinking Rose for dinner


Drew Orleans
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Your CZ
Member since Mar 2010
21075 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Go to tornado.

Pliny on draft...


Gaston
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Dirty Coast
Member since Aug 2008
30668 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Literally none of those are in SF.


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blueridgeTiger
LSU Fan
Granbury, TX
Member since Jun 2004
13075 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
I always eat at rue lepic on Pine Street. One of my favorite restaurants in the country.


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speckledawg
Mississippi St. Fan
Somewhere Salty
Member since Nov 2016
2144 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
quote:

Go to tornado.

Pliny on draft...


Yep.


quote:

Land’s End park

Do the whole trail. It's not very long and has some awesome views.

Really enjoyed going over to Sausalito as well.


mylsuhat
Chicago Cubs Fan
Mandeville, LA
Member since Mar 2008
46646 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
quote:

Really enjoyed going over to Sausalito as well.

We plan on renting bikes to cross the Golden Gate and go into Sausalito


hoopsgalore
Wisconsin Fan
Chicago, IL
Member since Nov 2013
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re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
To your list of food, add Burma Love / Burma Superstar, State Bird / The Progress, Delfina, Lazy Bear, Californios, Flour + Water, El Techo (if for nothing else, it has a spectacular view), Swan Oyster Depot (would recommend getting there mid-afternoon), and Deli Board (terrific sandwiches).


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Zappas Stache
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re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
quote:

Really enjoyed going over to Sausalito as well.

We plan on renting bikes to cross the Golden Gate and go into Sausalito


To me, Sausalito is pretty boring but there are some nice views back to the city. Go to the Spinnaker for a beer. It is a 1960's era seafood place with a bar that has some great views. I've never eaten there, just had drinks.

The Spinnaker



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GOP_Tiger
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2005
5807 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
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Burma Superstar


I second this recommendation. That's a really great place that's easy on the wallet.


hungryone
LSU Fan
river parishes
Member since Sep 2010
10460 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
One of the touristy things I love to do in SF is have a drink at sunset at the Cliff House, overlooking Seal Rocks.


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usc6158
Southern Cal Fan
Member since Feb 2008
28436 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Burma Superstar is the bomb

Also a big fan of Elephant Sushi. It's a total of about 12 seats so you have to get there right when it opens or you will be waiting.

Clement street and the Richmond is the place to go for asian food. Cool, little neighborhood generally too near ther Presidio.


RoyalLSU
Member since Sep 2014
639 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Go to State Bird Provisions. Dont look at the menu because you wont order anything from it


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Hetfield
Louisiana Tech Fan
Dallas
Member since Jun 2013
2713 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Sushi-Ryoko's in the Union Square area
Italian- A16 in the Marina
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UnitedFruitCompany
Stanford Fan
Bay Area
Member since Nov 2018
1409 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Sam's (corner of columbus and broadway) great cheeseburgers.
Pier 23 - good beer and just my fave spot in the city. not sure why....
Copita's (great place to eat after a bike ride to Sausalito)
Tunnel Top (bar)
Tony Nick's (great drinks)
The sand steps at Baker Beach

also, RIP to Jack's. dollar oysters and anchor steam porter draft were a mean combo but one i miss dearly....

Also, for a random afternoon...take the ferry to Tiburon, get a bite and then ferry it back. Great way to see the bay and you can drink on the ferry.


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Reservoir dawg
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re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
The Cliff House for breakfast.


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tiger114
Auburn Fan
Fairhope, AL
Member since Sep 2009
4980 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
here’s a 1-2 punch to consider.

Drinks at Hard Water - LINK

Dinner at Slanted Door - LINK

They are very close to one another on a nice part of the waterfront. (Don’t remember which pier).


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Geaux Frogs
TCU Fan
North Richland Hills, TX
Member since May 2011
192 posts

re: Must Do/Eat in San Francisco
Mama's on Washington Square for breakfast.

There will be a line around the building, but it moves fairly quickly.


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