Detour to days of yore, when San Francisco was a sleepy seaside fishing village, before houses got all uptight, upright and Victorian....
Real Escape Game
Gamers put down their screens for this real-life puzzle, developed in Japan, imported to SF. You and your teammates get locked in a...
Ikenobo Ikebana Society
The largest, oldest society outside Japan for ikebana (the Japanese art of flower-arranging) has the window displays to prove it: a...
Sundance Kabuki Cinema
Cinema-going at its best. Reserve a stadium seat, belly up to the bar, and order wine and surprisingly good food to enjoy during the...
Woodhouse Fish Co
If being near the ocean makes you crave fish but you (rightly) don't want to eat at the Wharf, Woodhouse's New England-style seafood...
Cottage Row information
Detour to days of yore, when San Francisco was a sleepy seaside fishing village, before houses got all uptight, upright and Victorian. Easygoing 19th-century California clapboard cottages hang back along a brick-paved pedestrian promenade, where plum trees and bonsai take center stage. Homes are private but the mini-park is public, good for sushi picnics.