Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

San Francisco

Combine a traditional Japanese beverage, beer, with a westernized drinking venue, the beer garden, and you get a popular urban escape. 
Club Six
Slightly raggedy, but anything goes at this hip-hop and world music club.
Ozumo's Japanese cuisine is offered in a serene, elegant, zen-garden inspired restaurant. 
Great American Music Hall
One of the most ornate live music venues in San Fran.
Barney’s New York
The famous New York store comes to San Francisco.
Waterbar's under the sea theme provides two floor-to-ceiling aquariums to enjoy while tucking into one of their fishy dishes.
Le Colonial
Evokes the ambiance of French colonial Vietnam in a lush, romantic setting. 
Blowfish Sushi
Exciting and unconventional, this is a true submersion into Japanese sushi culture where Anime creates the back drop to your raw fish and asian fusion plates.
A collection of innovative and challenging art by both modern masters and younger, less-established artists.
The Beverage Academy
A hands on approach to discovering spirits. The drinking kind, not the spooky kind.
Yank Sing
Yank Sing's buzzing atmosphere and wide range of dim sum ensures an enjoyable dining experience.
If Calimexican isn't an actual thing yet, it should be thanks to Mamcita's.
The Warming Hut
When strolling through the Marine, The Warming Hut offers a nice warm beverage, a range of sandwiches and snacks, and quality San Francisco souvenirs. 
Architecture Walking Tours
Soak up surprising and interesting information to enhance your appreciation of the city.
La Folie
Umami offers both a traditional and cutting edge restaurant that requires patrons to dress to impress when visiting this minimalist Japanese sake bar.
Baker Beach
Stretching a mile below the rugged cliffs on the Presidio’s western shoreline, Baker Beach’s spectacular outside-the-Gate views of the Bridge and the Marin Headlands are unsurpassed.
Hayes Street Grill
Imaginative yet practical fish restaurant, dedicated to serving fresh and wholesome dishes to the pre-theatre crowd.
Uva Enoteca
A proper Italian-style shrine to all things vino.
Mission Cliffs
With 50-foot climbing walls and more than 80 routes, Mission Cliffs is a rare indoor climbing experience. 
The Alembic
Haight-Ashbury's most posh watering hole.
Presidio Golf Course and Clubhouse
supperclub San Francisco
Techno-chic eat-clubbing comes to San Francisco.
Gary Danko
It's not dinner, it's a culinary experience. 
De Young Museum
The fourth most visited museum in North America showcases priceless collections of American art from the 17th through the 20th centuries, Textile arts, and art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas in a state-of-the-art, accessible, and architecturall
Presidio Golf Course
Spoil a good walk at a national historical landmark.
Grand Cafe
Tonga Room
Fantastically kitsch Polynesian tiki room with humongous cocktails and indoor rain showers.
Mission Dolores
Located at the crossroads of the City's Mission District, Castro District, the Lower Haight, Noe Valley, and Upper Market Street neighbourhoods, Mission Dolores Parishioners come from an enormous array of cultures, places, and backgrounds to worship
Golden Gate Park Skating & Biking
People power takes over the parks on Sundays.
Sleek uber-hip bar with a delicious garden.
Beach Blanket Babylon
All year round pantomime, San Fran style.
Fleur de Lys
When it's time for a fine French meal in an intimate setting and price is no object, there is no better choice than Fleur de Lys.
Yoshi's unique restaurant offers Japanese cuisine with a side of jazz.
Neighbourhood piano bar where a cast of colourful locals take the stage.
California Acad. of Sciences
Explore an aquarium, planetarium, and natural history museum all under one living roof.
Learn your lesson about where to get oceanic delights in the city.
The local party crowd loves to make a dramatic entrance. What slicker way to hit the dance floor than via a 15-foot serpentine slide?
Conservatory of Flowers
A unique living museum that's bursting with rare, exotic plants and beautiful tropical flowers just waiting to be discovered. 
Press Club
You have to purchase a 'press card' to get in to this sleek wine bar.

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