San Francisco's Coziest BarsAs 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!
Best Indoor Playgrounds In San FranciscoThese indoor playground facilities can provide a safe and comfortable environment for children in San Francisco.
Best Ice Skating In The South BayThe winter months are the perfect time to hit the rink and spend some family fun time ice skating. Check out this list of the five best South Bay spots to skate.
Best Hot Chocolate On The PeninsulaWhether 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.
Best Bad Weather Activities For Kids In San FranciscoOn the rare occasion that the weather turns sour in San Francisco, it’s easy to keep the kids entertained indoors. Check out this list for five great bad weather options for entertaining kids in the city.
At-Home Crafts For A Rainy Summer DaySummer showers may not happen very often where you live but when the sky does open up and the kids can't play outside then it's time to get creative.
Places To Pick-up Some Rain Gear In San FranciscoNeed rain gear with a difference? Want to stay dry but still look in style? Look no further than these following San Francisco stores for umbrellas, hats, rain boots and bags that will keep you and your belongings dry this season.
Best Go-Kart Racing In South BayAs go-karting provides the gateway to ever-growing, super-sophisticated motor sports such as Formula 1, Indy, NASCAR, dragster and motocross, embracing the fun is the only way to go. Whether you're a hobbyist or adrenaline junkie, go-karts are great for groups of kids or adults, building confidence and encouraging camaraderie. Start your engines and get your fix at South Bay's best go-kart facilities.
Best Rainy Day Fun In the Bay AreaEven sunny California has its fair share of dark and dreary days. While there may be an endless number of activities that can be done at home, who doesn’t eventually hear the dreaded, “I’m sooo bored! There’s nothing to do...” And then what? If you and your crew are just itching to get out of the house, here are some sure-fire Bay Area cures for cabin fever.
Bay Area’s 10 Must-See Museums For KidsThe Bay Area is blessed with a number of painless ways to expose children to culture. With the help of the Eye on the Bay crew and a few local Yelpers, we've compiled this list of the locales most likely to wow the little ones.