March 10, 2019

Free SF Tour made great strides this year after being voted #2 free tour North America based on ratings and reviews by travelers on freetour.com

San Francisco beats Havana to the second place, right behind the chart-topping Mexico City. 

Is there any reaso...

July 16, 2018

“The coldest winter I’ve ever spent is a summer in San Francisco,” once said by American novelist, Mark Twain. SF consistently appears as the top travel destination each year. However, as Twain learned, our summers are very atypical in comparison to many coastal cities...

July 14, 2018

The Castro Movie Theatre located just off Castro and Market is a great example of a movie palace built in 1922 and is usually listed among the best cinemas in the United States.

With a 1400 seat capacity and roomy balcony, the Castro hosts over a dozen film festival of...

July 12, 2018

Vesuvios Café is located at 255 Columbus Ave, next to Jack Kerouac Alley. It’s an old school saloon with lots of nooks and crannies and even a balcony with a great view for North Beach people-watching. Its many artifacts from the past and its whimsical atmosphere heark...

July 12, 2018

The Cuisine here is really outstanding and the menu is really extensive, so there is something for everyone. World-renowned chef Han will rock your taste buds. It goes without saying that everything is very fresh and there are many interesting twists for the discrimina...

July 12, 2018

You won’t be shanghaied here at the House of Nanking, though you might experience the cold shoulder if you linger too long, but the food makes it more than worth it. House of Nanking located at 919 Kearny Street on the outskirts of Chinatown is one of my favorite Chine...

June 24, 2018

This weekend commences the 48th San Francisco Pride Festival. It is a milestone that recognizes the trials of which the LGBTQ community endured for them to be recognized as equals. As we strut the streets and celebrate the progress made, we must remember those that sac...

June 12, 2018

To travel is a chance to no longer live as a prisoner to long-held beliefs and norms. This past weekend I was blindsided and heartbroken on hearing the news of Anthony Bourdain’s passing. He lived a life that constantly sought to push beyond his comfort zone and challe...

May 18, 2018

In the next week or so, San Francisco will be overrun by a wave of fanatics leaping through hills and running the streets in our annual Bay to Breakers footrace. This is one of the longest consecutive races in the world and was created in response to a spontaneous natu...