Off the Grid
Fort Mason Center
San Francisco takes subversive glee in turning military installations into venues for nature, fine dining and out-there experimental...
A monumental hint to sailors in need of a scrub, this recently restored, ship-shape 1939 streamline moderne landmark is decked out with...
Willy Wonka would tip his hat to Domingo Ghirardelli (g ear -ar-deli), whose business became the West’s largest chocolate factory in...
Bay Area Theater Sports explores all things improv, from audience-inspired themes to whacked-out musicals at completely improvised...
Career carnivores won't realize there's zero meat in the hearty black-bean chili with crème fraîche and pickled jalapeños, or in that...
Lonely Planet review
Some 30 food trucks circle their wagons at SF's largest mobile-gourmet hootenanny (other nights/locations attract less than a dozen trucks; see website). Arrive before 6:30pm or expect 20-minute waits for Chairman Bao's clamshell buns stuffed with duck and mango, Roli Roti's free-range herbed roast chicken, and dessert from the Crème Brûlée Man. Cash only; take dinner to nearby docks for Golden Gate Bridge sunsets.