San Francisco Art Institute
Founded during the 1870s, SFAI was the vanguard for 1960s Bay Area Abstraction, 1970s conceptual art, and 1990s new media art – glimpse...
Diego Rivera Gallery
Diego Rivera's 1931 The Making of a Fresco Showing a Building of a City is a trompe l'oeil fresco within a fresco, showing the artist...
Basically Free Bike Rentals
This quality bike-rental shop cleverly gives you the choice of paying for your rental, or taking the cost as credit for purchases (valid...
Bimbo's 365 Club
Get your kicks at this vintage speakeasy with stiff drinks, bawdy 1951 bar murals, parquet dance floor for high-stepping like Rita...
One of three excellent food trucks parked permanently at Fisherman's Wharf, Tanguito makes exceptional Agentinian-style empanadas with...
2330 Taylor St · interesting places nearby
Pat's Cafe information
Just beyond the tourist hubbub, this cute little storefront diner serves classic-American food – scrambles, pancakes and waffles for breakfast; hot pastrami, patty melts and club sandwiches for lunch – to locals and out-of-towners who appreciate no-fuss cooking, cheerful service and the easy location between the Wharf and North Beach.