The terminus of CA 101, crisscrossed by both the Franklin/Gough and Fell/Oak corridors, and serviced by
keeps things moving, check it out.Around Hayes Valley...
Mixing a cherry location, great food and an alluring green glow - Absinthe anchors Hayes Valley
with a delightful array of French-style cuisine and a full bar, including absinthe►
French for "huge backyard" :)
By San Francisco standards, Arlequin's back patio is massive! It has great tree cover from both the wind and the sun - and gas lamps just in case. The cafe is run by the same folks as Absinthe
next door - so the food isn't bad either.
Blue Bottle Coffee
Keeping up with Kansas City!
Laid under glass like edible jewelry, Christopher Elbow's chocolate delights the eye and belly :)
Diet like a Victorian
Advertising bridal, steampunk, fantasy, fetish and leather corsets►
- Dark Garden leaves little room for excuses!
A bar with foosball
Cheap alcohol (beer and wine), pool, couches, foosball - the fruits of life! Throw some interesting art on the walls and the occasional concert►
- all in a central location - dive bar nirvana :)
This eclectic split-level single-wide hosts a full bar, a dance floor, diverse musical performance, fun(!)draisers... and rickshaws! Don't miss the wheelchaired variety upstairs :)
Smitten Ice Cream
Prepare for smiting!
The robotic "Kelvin" pushes gourmet ice cream to new heights by spinning fresh local ingredients (eg, TCHO
chocolate) at sub-zero (liquid nitrogen) temperatures!