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Old 07-11-2007, 04:28 PM   #1
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Default Visiting San Francisco - To do list?

I'm going to be staying at Fisherman's Warf on business next week. I literally have one full day to myself (Tuesday) and I'm looking for a short list of things you would absolutely do. Keep in mind, I've been there a few times before and have done the Alcatraz tour, Muir Woods and Vinyard tour. I will NOT have a car this time so public transportation is a necessary evil. Ideas?

I know Anchor Steam is an option. Tour any good?


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Russian River.
Magnolia Brew Pub (Cask Ales).
21st Amendment Brew Pub.


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Old 07-11-2007, 04:53 PM   #3
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Russian River.
Magnolia Brew Pub (Cask Ales).
21st Amendment Brew Pub.

I agree 100%
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Old 07-11-2007, 05:42 PM   #5
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I recommend that you be careful with your change.

If you drop any DO NOT bend over to pick it up...
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Old 07-11-2007, 06:24 PM   #6
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^^^^ Glade I wasn't the only one about to make a smart ass remark about that.
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Are all homebrewers homophobrewers? I've been there like 9 times now and haven't even noticed an overtly gay population. I think people are more out and flambouyant in Manhattan.
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Yeah I hear Piscataway, NJ is way more gay than San Francisco
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Are all homebrewers homophobrewers? I've been there like 9 times now and haven't even noticed an overtly gay population. I think people are more out and flambouyant in Manhattan.
More weirdos than anything, unless you head to the Castro district.

There's a great German restaurant in the Tenderloin district called The German Cook (612 O'Farrell Street) and they serve some super food and German beers. They are only open for dinner.
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If you drop any DO NOT bend over to pick it up...
That's only on Poke Street.


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