As the temperature drops and umbrellas pop, there’s nothing like settling into a warm, cozy bar for an afternoon or an evening. Here are some favorite San Francisco spots that will warm your body and wet your lips. Cheers!
Read on for five holiday concerts that fit right in with Bay Area holiday celebrations, 2014.
A popular alternative to the typical coffee house or bar hangouts, hookah bars offer a relaxing spot to chill with friends and enjoy an evening out. Let us help make the evening’s plans a breeze with this list of five of the best hookah bars in the Bay Area.
Craft beers have broadened their image from lofty brews enjoyed by a distinct few to today’s popular drafts with widespread appeal. Happy hours offer opportunities to sample and evaluate the bounty of craft beers, so aim try them all.
Music lesson opportunities in San Francisco abound, and adults looking for the chance to try their hand at a new instrument have no shortage of instructors to choose from.
Thankfully for millions of beer enthusiasts, the San Francisco Bay Area is a hotbed for local brews. Here are the top five spots to check out for local beer in the Bay Area.
Puppies in costume, learning improve, organic produce, and street performers — all 15 things to do in the Bay Area, and mostly FREE!
There aren’t as many piano bars from their glory days, but there are still a number of these types of establishments in San Francisco that continue to be crowd pleasers.
Wooden houseboat tours, a sunset sail on a schooner, bikes taking over San Francisco, and Jimmy Buffett are just a few of the 15 things (some free!) that you can do in the Bay Area this week.
Take a look at five of the best places in the Bay Area to have a glass of sangria.