Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

San Francisco

The EndUp
A late club that truly lives up to its name. The party, including an occasional scene-loving celebrity contingent, always ends up at the EndUp.
Mission Chinese Food
On a mission to bring San Francisco tasty Oriental dishes at satisfyingly generous prices. 
This beer-loving dive bar is justifiably popular.
Cable Cars
The city's only moving historic landmarks are unmissable.
Cliff House and Sutro Baths
Hike the amazing Lands End trails or take a stroll along Ocean Beach. Check out the seals from the quirky Camera Obscura. 
SF Badlands
Slather on the tanning lotion, bust out your best muscle T, and head for SF Badlands, the baddest gay video dance club in town.
Park Chalet
Be inside, feel like you're outside relaxing with a classic simple menu.
Una Pizza Napoletana
Simple and tasty, customers flock in for Una Pizza Napoletana's one size 12 pizzas."
Artistic hippie haven with a bar-bummed lady (or bloke?) on the sign.
Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack
Take note; they don't put up with jerks.
Tonga Room
Fantastically kitsch Polynesian tiki room with humongous cocktails and indoor rain showers.
Anchor & Hope
Get off the tourist trail and into this converted artists' warehouse where fresh fish and microbrew beer dominate the menu.
La Taqueria
Truly local neighbourhood joint where tacos are the order of the day.
Tartine Bakery
Throngs of fans queue up to score buttery delicious pastries and cinnamon buns from this, one of San Fran's beloved bakeries.
A place to rummage for slightly damaged couture at heavy discounts.
City Lights Book Store
Landmark bookshop that helped launch the Beat Generation.
Good Hotel
A San Francisco hotel with a conscience.

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