The Passage Sculpture in front of San Francisco Bay Bridge.
If you come to San Francisco, get your picture taken in front of the Golden Gate Bridge or the lesser known Bay Bridge.
If you have to order one thing off the menu from a restaurant on Fisherman’s Wharf, it has to be clam chowder.
The Ferry Building by Embarcadero is my one-stop shop for great food. If you like cheese, try something from the Cowgirl Creamery or stop at the Slanted Door.
If my city were a celebrity it’d be Oscar-winner Sean Penn – San Francisco can take on many personalities and welcomes both gay and straight people.
When I’m feeling cash-strapped, I go to one of the many local, organic Farmers Markets.
For a splurge, I go to Nancy Oakes’ Boulevard restaurant. My personal favorite is the lamb.
Photo ops in San Francisco include cable cars, sailboats, tall ships and sea lions. The best vantage points are from the waterfront and Pier 39.
The most random thing about San Francisco? The Gay Pride Parade is very popular, as is Bay to Breakers. The run/walk race starts downtown with tortillas flung into the air to start the race.
San Francisco has the most single, professional women wishing there were not so many gay men.
In San Francisco, an active day outdoors involves running or walking up hills and swimming in the San Francisco Bay.
San Francisco’s best museum is the de Young. If you have kids, you’ll want to visit the Exploratorium.
My favorite jogging/walking route is the Marina Green.
You can tell a lot about San Francisco from attending local street festivals.
You can tell if someone is from San Francisco if they were sweatshirts in the summer. It can be COLD in the summer in San Francisco.
In the spring you should visit Alcatraz or Tulipmania.
In the summer you should pack a sweatshirt and jeans for your visit to San Francisco – especially if you are going to the beach or the San Francisco bay.