Eye on the Bay Peninsula
Visitors to the San Francisco Peninsula already know that the biggest attractions in the area are further north in San Francisco, but these tidbits will give you the best local trivia about the Peninsula.
The Bay Area has lots of artists and lots of beautiful scenery, so it only makes sense that we also have plenty of art events. Here are a few on the Peninsula that you can check out this spring.
Peninsula-based shoppers in a hurry to find something nice for Valentine’s Day won’t need to go too far.
For some folks, a day without bagels and lox is like a day without sunshine. Add cream cheese to the duo and the ideal is complete.
Set your sights on delicious sake samplers from some of these finest sake servers on the Peninsula.
Parents on the Peninsula can rest assured that first-rate facilities do conveniently exist and can fit specific needs. Here are five of the top day care options on the Peninsula.
With Google, Facebook, Oracle and Hewlett-Packard all headquartered in the San Francisco Peninsula, there is a continuing demand for upscale business hotels like the Creekside Inn, Dinah’s Garden Hotel, Garden Court Hotel, Hotel Strata and Stanford Park Hotel.
Whether ordering in a café or purchasing at the market to whip up at home, hot chocolate is a favorite cold season drink. Read on for the absolute best hot chocolate around the Peninsula.
Celebrate the magic of the holiday season by getting the kids’ pictures taken with Santa. Here is a list of the five best spots to meet Santa along the Peninsula.
While San Francisco has an impressive array of wonderful bed and breakfasts, there are others throughout the Bay Area offering a quieter atmosphere, particularly in the Peninsula.