1. Chinatown Food Tour
Chinatown is a San Francisco landmark that features Chinese red lanterns decorating blocks, Chinese restaurants, grocery shops and tea shops. The Chinatown Walking Food Tour will take guests through the neighborhood’s alleyways and allow them to observe, for instance, how fortune cookies are made. The tour will allow guests to see authentic Asian produce markets and sample a variety of teas, as well as eat Dim Sum at Chinatown’s oldest bakery. The tour guests will have the opportunity to visit a few authentic Chinese antique shops in the area, with Chinese cuisine as the main focus. It is a popular spot for day trips to San Francisco.
2. Mission 18th Street Tour
San Francisco’s Mission 18th Street has quickly become a popular area with many eateries and bars lining the Valencia Hallway. Because of the wide range of cuisines available, it is a place where tech execs mix with hipsters. The Mission 18th Street Tour offers everything from delicious Italian food to affordable tapas to traditional road tacos. Bi-Rite Creamery offers some of the best ice cream in the region, including tequila and tacos. Other treats include chocolate pairings, wine and cheese pairings, and artisan sausages.
3. Little Italy and North Beach Food Tour
San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood takes you to Italy through its historic street lamps, tree-lined sidewalk cafes and footpaths. The North Beach/Little Italy Walking Tour will take guests to some of the city’s oldest restaurants, many of which have been owned by the same families for decades. The tour guests will learn how coffee is roasted and how bread is baked in 130-year-old ovens. They will also taste local olive oils and how chocolates are made.
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These 3 unconventional encounters will make your holiday, or Valentine’s Day, memorable.
Picnic at the Bay Lights Show
You can find a green spot on the Embarcadero where you will see the art installation that looks like an arrow. You can catch the sunset by only making a reservation at the park benches. You can stay to watch the Bay Lights twinkle from the Bay Bridge, and enjoy the best Day trips.
A new popup offers a unique San Francisco twist on traditional white-linen dining. The three courses of cocktails and the little morsels are choreographed so that they can be perceived in different ways.
Sometimes, the best solution is found from far away. Take the Golden Gate Ferry to Sausalito from the Bay. The Ferry Building can be seen from the Ferry Building as the sun sets behind it. Copita Tequileria y Comida offers a modern, casual Mexican meal a la Sausalito pork belly tacos.
A fresh twist on Blooms and Cheese
Cowgirl Creamery has a Valentine’s Day range of cheeses. It includes their Heart’s Desire and triple cream cheeses. You can also Uber from Golden Gate Park to Stow Lake Boathouse. After a picnic in rowing, and the eucalyptus tree across the lake, it’s time for the Day in Conservatory of Flowers limit.
You can also choose San Francisco food tours for your Valentine’s Day getaway with your significant other.