San Francisco Travel Guide
For the all-important meetings:
Food naturally brings people together, so restaurants and cafes are generally a safe go-to for those all-important work meetings.
Here are a few recommendations on places to entertain clients or work colleagues:
Twenty Five Lusk
Located in San Francisco’s SOMA district, Twenty Five Lusk combines restaurant with lounge and bar the right way.
- Website: http://www.25lusk.com/
- Location: 25 Lusk St, San Francisco, CA 94107
Whether you’re looking to enjoy a light lunch or late dinner meeting, MKT will surely meet your needs.
- Website: https://www.mktrestaurantandbar.com/
- Location: Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, 757 Market Street, Fifth Floor
Recommended for larger groups, Kokkari is location which prides itself on its ethos of ‘making a stranger a friend’.
- Website: https://kokkari.com/
- Location: KOKKARI ESTIATORIO, 200 Jackson Street (at Front St.)
Do something a little bit different and try Samovar – a modern take on tea time.
- Website: https://www.samovartea.com/
- Location: 1910 Fillmore Street San Francisco, CA 94115 & 411 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94103
La Capra Coffee
Your quintessential coffee house, a great place to start a conversation.
- Website: http://www.lacapracoffee.com/
- Location: 50 Fremont Street, San Francisco CA 94105 & 360 3rd street SF Ca 94107
Coffee? Croissant? Workspace? This location meets all your needs.
- Website: https://www.workshopcafe.com/
- Location: 25 Spear St, San Francisco, CA 94105
If you’re looking to explore and unwind, San Francisco’s skyline should be your next destination. From the architecture, to the natural scenery and harbour views, there’s plenty to see and do.
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The city’s architecture will have you wandering around spellbound for days, and provides a great way to stretch your legs and take in the man-made beauty. The Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island are the highlights best-known to most, but the city’s architectural wonders stretch far beyond these.
Visit website: https://www.aiasf.org/page/25Buildings
The iconic Golden Gate Bridge:
The picturesque Golden Gate Bridge is of course a must-see when visiting San Francisco. Free and relatively simple to get to, we recommend you place it at the top of your list.
We had to separate this from all the other great architecture the city has to offer.
Within the Sutro District of Golden Gate National Recreation Area, you will find the Lands End Trail. With miles of trails and pathways, you can take in the outdoors and experience panoramic coastal vistas, as well as a distant view of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Visit website: https://www.nps.gov/goga/planyourvisit/sutro
We’ve already recommended a few places for more formal sit-downs when hungry, but it would be wrong of us not to let you in on the food truck scene in San Francisco: with the melting pot of culinary culture, you’re sure to spend a lot of time experiencing new flavours and cuisines.
Here is one of our best picks: http://www.hailthechairman.com/sftruck
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