A weekend itinerary for San Francisco 🌁
the best places to see all over San Francisco
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A weekend in San Francisco!

Depending on what part of the city you’re in, you’re going to want to try one of these two bakeries:

Tartine Bakery
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The chocolate and the ham & cheese croissants are 🤌🏼🤌🏼🤌🏼
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Arsicault Bakery
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The ham & cheese croissant is next level 🤤
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Coffee & Matcha!

Andytown Coffee Roasters
@sydneysmith
my favorite place for coffee & matcha in the city! they have a couple locations but this one on Great Hwy is my fav! I strongly recommend trying one of their Snowy Plover drinks—made with sparkling water instead of milk!
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Sightglass Coffee
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Stonemill Matcha
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Equator Coffees
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Verve Coffee Roasters
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My favorite restaurant in the city. I take all my visitors to dinner here—book a reservation in advance to secure your spot!

Burma Love - Mission
@sydneysmith
Incredible menu. There has not been a single thing that I have not liked. Highly recommend going with a group and eating family style! Some recommendations: Starters/Salads - Rainbow Salad - Platha & Dip - Salt & Pepper Calamari Main Dishes - Burmese Curry: meat of your choice Seafood - Superstar Shrimp Noodles & Rice - Shrimp Garlic Noodles - Shrimp Spicy Noodles - Coconut Rice
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The best happy hour!

The Dorian
@sydneysmith
$6 Martinis!!! Also highly recommend the Don Juan. The mini chicken sliders are sooo good! & only $5 each! I recommend making it spicy. Also you can’t go wrong with truffle fries.
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Other eats!

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Tony's Pizza Napoletana
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Original Joe's
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Causwells
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Grab & go places to eat!

Lucca Delicatessen
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The Boys’ Deli
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If you’re able to, go to Battery Spencer and get a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge. If you don’t have access to a car/don’t want to Uber, there are others spots to view the bridge from.

Battery Spencer
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Battery East
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Crissy Field
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If you haven’t been & you’re into history (and even if you’re not!) this is a super cool place to see!

Alcatraz Island
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Some great streets to walk down and check out the shops! There are a lot of great restaurants on these streets as well.

Fillmore Street
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Castro Street
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Valencia Street
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Chestnut Street
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Chinatown San Francisco
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Hayes Street
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Some classics if you’re feeling it!

The Painted Ladies
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The Tanner's House from Full House
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Mrs. Doubtfire's House
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Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
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Asian Art Museum
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Palace of Fine Arts
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Highly recommend this trail if you’re interested/have the time.

Lands End Trail
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My favorite parks!

Francisco Park
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Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture
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Presidio of San Francisco
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Golden Gate Park
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Mission Dolores Park
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Crissy Field
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Marina Green
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Best Sunday Farmer’s Market!

If you have a kitchen I recommend going to the pasta tent, getting the lobster ravioli, the truffle gnocchi and the truffle sauce & making that at home. Head to the other tents to grab some veggies for a salad to make your dinner at home!

Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market
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I recommend staying out of the area known as the “Tenderloin” and the area around the Civic Center. It’s very touristy, but can also be unsafe.

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A weekend itinerary for San Francisco 🌁
the best places to see all over San Francisco
42 Places • 3 Saves • ago
$9.00

A weekend in San Francisco!

Depending on what part of the city you’re in, you’re going to want to try one of these two bakeries:

Tartine Bakery
@sydneysmith
The chocolate and the ham & cheese croissants are 🤌🏼🤌🏼🤌🏼
Add to
Details
Arsicault Bakery
@sydneysmith
The ham & cheese croissant is next level 🤤
Add to
Details

Coffee & Matcha!

Andytown Coffee Roasters
@sydneysmith
my favorite place for coffee & matcha in the city! they have a couple locations but this one on Great Hwy is my fav! I strongly recommend trying one of their Snowy Plover drinks—made with sparkling water instead of milk!
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Sightglass Coffee
@sydneysmith
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Stonemill Matcha
@sydneysmith
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Equator Coffees
@sydneysmith
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Verve Coffee Roasters
@sydneysmith
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My favorite restaurant in the city. I take all my visitors to dinner here—book a reservation in advance to secure your spot!

Burma Love - Mission
@sydneysmith
Incredible menu. There has not been a single thing that I have not liked. Highly recommend going with a group and eating family style! Some recommendations: Starters/Salads - Rainbow Salad - Platha & Dip - Salt & Pepper Calamari Main Dishes - Burmese Curry: meat of your choice Seafood - Superstar Shrimp Noodles & Rice - Shrimp Garlic Noodles - Shrimp Spicy Noodles - Coconut Rice
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The best happy hour!

The Dorian
@sydneysmith
$6 Martinis!!! Also highly recommend the Don Juan. The mini chicken sliders are sooo good! & only $5 each! I recommend making it spicy. Also you can’t go wrong with truffle fries.
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Details

Other eats!

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Tony's Pizza Napoletana
@sydneysmith
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Details
Original Joe's
@sydneysmith
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Details
Add to
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Causwells
@sydneysmith
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Grab & go places to eat!

Lucca Delicatessen
@sydneysmith
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Details
The Boys’ Deli
@sydneysmith
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Details
Add to
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If you’re able to, go to Battery Spencer and get a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge. If you don’t have access to a car/don’t want to Uber, there are others spots to view the bridge from.

Battery Spencer
@sydneysmith
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Battery East
@sydneysmith
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Details
Crissy Field
@sydneysmith
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Details

If you haven’t been & you’re into history (and even if you’re not!) this is a super cool place to see!

Alcatraz Island
@sydneysmith
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Details

Some great streets to walk down and check out the shops! There are a lot of great restaurants on these streets as well.

Fillmore Street
@sydneysmith
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Castro Street
@sydneysmith
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Valencia Street
@sydneysmith
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Chestnut Street
@sydneysmith
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Chinatown San Francisco
@sydneysmith
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Hayes Street
@sydneysmith
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Some classics if you’re feeling it!

The Painted Ladies
@sydneysmith
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The Tanner's House from Full House
@sydneysmith
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Mrs. Doubtfire's House
@sydneysmith
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Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
@sydneysmith
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Asian Art Museum
@sydneysmith
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Palace of Fine Arts
@sydneysmith
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Highly recommend this trail if you’re interested/have the time.

Lands End Trail
@sydneysmith
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My favorite parks!

Francisco Park
@sydneysmith
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Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture
@sydneysmith
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Presidio of San Francisco
@sydneysmith
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Golden Gate Park
@sydneysmith
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Mission Dolores Park
@sydneysmith
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Crissy Field
@sydneysmith
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Marina Green
@sydneysmith
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Best Sunday Farmer’s Market!

If you have a kitchen I recommend going to the pasta tent, getting the lobster ravioli, the truffle gnocchi and the truffle sauce & making that at home. Head to the other tents to grab some veggies for a salad to make your dinner at home!

Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market
@sydneysmith
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I recommend staying out of the area known as the “Tenderloin” and the area around the Civic Center. It’s very touristy, but can also be unsafe.

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