Louis' Restaurant, Beloved San Francisco Sea-View Diner, Closes Because Of PandemicLouis' Restaurant, a San Francisco institution that served pretty good food with stunning views of the wide Pacific for more than eight decades, announced it is closing permanently -- another victim of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tourists Swamp San Francisco's Lombard Street, Annoying Neighbors And Vexing OfficialsSightseers have visited the landmark street for decades, but in the past four or five years, they have flooded it.
San Francisco's Cliff House Reopens With Park Service BlessingSan Francisco's iconic Cliff House restaurant reopened Saturday despite the federal government shutdown, this time with the blessing of the National Park Service.
About The Bay: San Francisco Tourism BoomingThis week's About the Bay takes a look at San Francisco's attracting international tourists and those ridiculous-looking Segway tours.
About The Bay: San Francisco Tourism Officials Count On Locals For HelpTravel Pow Wow will bring an estimated 5,000 international travel professionals and writers to San Francisco May 21 - 25, potentially generating $350 million for San Francisco over the next few years.
Giants Success Also A Boon For San Francisco TourismThe San Francisco Giants winning season is expected to have made a huge impact on the local economy.
San Francisco Tourism Industry Applauds Hotel Tax DefeatThe city’s largest source of business revenue would have suffered if voters had agreed to raise the hotel tax, said the head of the San Francisco’s leading tourism industry group.
San Francisco's Spike in Summer Tourists