EXPENSIVE-expensive! But good!French Restaurant. Six course fixed-price menu. Small, so reservations are a must!
and be sure to dress up I believe suit and tie for the gentlemen!
A San Francisco tradition for over 100 years. California cuisine and excellent ocean view. Two cocktail lounges, a dining room, a casual restaurant for breakfast and lunch, and a Sunday brunch buffet. The Mechanical Museum below the restaurant displays a collection of coin-operated, automated musical instruments, old fashioned juke boxes, pinball and fortune telling machines. Open 7 days
mission cliffs has all you would need to get it together and get in shape...from athletic wear to the facilaties and helpful friendly staff. It's a great place to go and feel welcome as well as feel you get keep that new year's goal to look better too!!
A little known fact and cool thing to do if you want to learn more about san francisco. The SF Public Library holds free walking tours that last from 1 1/2-2 hours. Topics include "Gold Rush City," "Brothels, Boardinghouses & Bawds," Historic Market Street," and twenty more. call ahead to meet at the designated day, time, and place.
In the Palace of Fine Arts. there are more than 600 interactive science exhibits. Daily 10-6 Admission $9; over 65 and students with ID and ages 6-17 $5, ages 3-5, $2.50; free to all first Wed. of the month! I liked it although not being much of a science buff a couple hours was enough for me!!
The Mystery Spot is an area about 150 feet in diameter located in the redwood forests just outside of Santa Cruz, California. Within the Mystery Spot you will be baffled as the laws of physics and gravity cease to exist thier hours are Summer: 9:00 AM to last tour @7:00 PM
(Starting May 29th, 2004)
Winter: 9:00AM to last tour @ 5:00PM
(After Labor Day up to Memorial Day)
CONS: you might get bored after awhile and it is a little ways drive.
Many people know about Fisherman's Wharf, but just up the hill at the west end is a place that I like better, Ghirardelli Square. It was once a chocolate factory & is now a beautiful area of shops it was So much fun, great restaurants and stores. Great Chocolate
Meet real ghosts from wild and romantic times gone by. You will enjoy nearly three hours of guaranteed unearthly fun! The Ghost Hunt lets you in on the secrets of some of San Francisco's most notorious ghosts at 7:00 pm EVERY evening except Tuesday; closed just that night! spooky good fun cost is $20 per person, children under 16 half price and not recommended for kids under 8, we are outside a long time so it ends very late for kids.
This unusual, eight-sided, cupola-topped house of interest to architecture buffs dates from 1861 and is maintained by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America a cool house inside out! must see!
Only place like it anywhere. Jose Godoy, the curator, runs an informative little museum, with many interesting and unique exhibits. Free! Nice gift shop. If you have young children, especially boys (who seem to be fascinated by any type of machinery), this museum is an exciting way to spend a morning.