Zazie is a French bistro that opened in Cole Valley in 1992 and is a famous brunch institution in San Francisco. They are also famous for giving “real job” employee benefits, including revenue share, paid family leaves, fully funded health & dental insurance, paid time off, and a 401(k).
The Golden Gate Bridge opened in 1937 and is the 1.7-mile-long iconic, most famous, a beautiful bridge connecting San Francisco to Marin County. The bridge is one of the world's Seven Wonders and the most photographed. The bridge is a symbol of American ingenuity and resolve, having been constructed during the era of the Great Depression. Today, this beloved international icon and true engineering marvel carries about 40 million vehicles a year and serves as a vital transportation link and a major travel destination for millions of visitors from around the world.
Breadbelly is a bakery and cafe in the Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco serving Asian-inspired contemporary Californian bakery and sandwiches. They aim to deliver a comfortable, approachable, refined cafe dining experience.
Alcatraz Island, aka “The Rock,” is a small island located 1.25 miles offshore from San Francisco in San Francisco Bay. It was a federal penitentiary housing some of America’s most notorious criminals from 1934-1963. The Island also served as a harbor defense fort and a military prison from 1969-1971. Once a maximum security prison, only three criminals (Frank Morris, John Anglin, and his brother Clarence Anglin) managed to escape from it; US Marshals Service is still looking for answers about their whereabouts. Alcatraz is one of San Francisco's most prominent landmarks and tourist attractions today.
Fisherman’s Wharf is a popular tourist attraction and the most visited neighborhood in San Francisco, offering the gorgeous views of the Bay, Alcatraz, and the Golden Gate bridge. There is something for everyone in this beloved neighborhood. It is packed with things to fill the entire day, including world-class restaurants, rich maritime history, historic piers, exciting tours, attractions, street performances, museums, the aquarium, and shopping.
Ben Thai Cafe serves traditional Thai and inventive Thai fusion with Chinese and Indonesian influences food in the vibrant and lively Polk Gulch corridor in San Francisco. The restaurant features a solid selection of Thai favorites and a few unique dishes like the Chinese-influenced Pork Palo and special Khao Soi from northern Thailand.
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