Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

San Francisco

111 Minna Gallery
Art gallery meets nightclub.
1300 On Fillmore
Chef David Lawrence is English born, with Jamaican roots, he's French trained and Southern inspired. Just so that's clear.
15 Romolo
This secluded unmarked speakeasy bar offers strong cocktails and upscale bar snacks for those 'in the know' of its hidden location.
83 Proof
This uniquely casual bar offers simple decor for a relaxed evening drink.
Pizza fans and wine aficionados alike visit A16 in San Francisco’s Marina neighborhood with similar intentions: to enjoy the flavors of Italy’s soulful south.
Brunch to dinner in Parisian bistro style.
Reinvents traditional dishes from all regions of Italy in a lighter, more contemporary style.
Adventure Cat
Enjoy San Fran from the water, at sunset or during the day, but always in sporty style.
Alcatraz Island
Civil War fortress, infamous federal prison, bird sanctuary, first lighthouse on the West Coast, and the birthplace of the American Indian Red Power movement are a few of the stories of the Rock. 
With over 300 wines on offer and a range of artisan cheeses, Ame offers one of the best Mediterranean menus in San Francisco.
Italian cuisine with an American twist.
Anchor & Hope
Anchor & Hope
Get off the tourist trail and into this converted artists' warehouse where fresh fish and microbrew beer dominate the menu.
Andalu is big on flavour and whimsy. Small shared plates encourage interaction with your chums around the dinner table.
Angel Island
Angel Island is rich with California history and perfect for a family outing, celebration, or day away" from urban life."
Architecture Walking Tours
Soak up surprising and interesting information to enhance your appreciation of the city.
Asian Art Museum
Through rich art experiences, centered on historic and contemporary artworks, the Asian Art Museum unlocks the past for visitors, bringing it to life, while serving as a catalyst for new art, new creativity, and new thinking.
Possibly cheesy. Probably mind boggling. Definitely great fun.
Asta Yoga
Learn or practice Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga with some of the best in the business.
AT&T Park Tour
Visit the ballpark where home runs can be splash hits". "
Baker and Banker
An actual marriage actually made in heaven for SF gourmands who want to experience locally sourced produce in typically democratic combinations.
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.
Balboa Café
Balboa cafe offers a rustic American saloon style cafe with plenty of character and house cocktails.
Bar 888
Located inside the Intercontinental San Francisco, Bar 888 offers a sophisticated hotel bar with a range of grappas and cocktails to spice up the night.
Bar Agricole
Modern urban tavern that reigns as a destination for mixology and farm-to-table dining.
Bar Bambino
Hand-made classic Italian pastas are joined by Old World dishes that surprise with modern twists, often reflecting the owner's seeming obsession with Italy's Central European connection.
Bar Crudo
Bar Crudo, found in the NoPa area of San Francisco, is a modern restaurant specialising in seafood, both raw and cooked, with a great beer list.
Bar Jules
Simple Hayes Valley cafe where the fresh, locally sourced cuisine is the standout.
Bar Tartine
Kind of French, kind of eastern European, kind of depends what's taken the chef's fancy that day. Rest assured though, that dinner will be a relaxing affair and very high quality.
Barbacco Eno Trattoria
By offering a widely Italian and full bodied selection of wine, Barbacco Eno Trattoria is considered one of the best wine bars in San Francisco.
Barney’s New York
The famous New York store comes to San Francisco.
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Beach Blanket Babylon
All year round pantomime, San Fran style.
Beauty Bar
Party in a 60s beauty salon, complete with manicures when you buy a cocktail.
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Inventive, perfectionist dishes for those who marvel at the culinary arts. 
Contemporary italian comfort food from fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from local farmers.
Mugs of beer complement emphatically fresh and tantalizing street food made with fresh local ingredients and spices that tend to be on the hotter side.
Bin 38
This popular wine bar has a lot to offer with new world wines, quirky beers and a tasty dinner menu to soak up a glass of wine...or two.

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