San Francisco practically founded the 'farm-to-table' movement, and many of the other food trends that have spread throughout the U.S over the past decade. Basically, we eat well.
Which means there are a plethora of options in the city to fill your stomach with everything from Mexican burritos in the Mission district to fine-dining, Michelin style.
Eat your heart away!
Saint Franks Coffee
Wrecking Ball Cafe
Andytown Coffee Roasters
Reveille Coffee Co.
Joe & The Juice
20th Century Cafe
August 1 Five
Leo’s Oyster Bar
Liholiho Yacht Club
There's plenty of wonderful tourist attractions to visit in San Francisco, from the notorious prison, Alcatraz Island, to sea lions in Fisherman's Wharf, and of course biking across the Golden Gate Bridge.
But San Francisco is a design hub, it's what inspired me to start erroguide, and has some of the most famous designers in the world residing within its boarders.
So, if you're a first timer, make sure to visit the tourist attractions. If you're looking for a more local experience, the attractions below will truly have you inspired to Travel By Design after your visit to San Francisco.