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Travel Edited by Kate Wertheimer timeout.com/los-angeles/travel @kate_em_up


Time for a Trip


SPOTLIGHT ON... San Francisco


HOME OF THE equally iconic Golden Gate Bridge and Mission burrito, San Francisco’s 49 square miles are brimming with activities for those who like to frolic in the fog.


Know your trivia Although every trip to San Francisco should include


a selfie with the Painted Ladies (the row of brightly colored Victorians that border a newly renovated Alamo Square Park), using the hashtag #fullhouse is, unfortunately, all wrong. If you want to check out the real Tanner house, walk about a mile north to 1709 Broderick Street in the Pac Heights neighborhood. Fun fact: Full House creator Jeff Franklin bought it last year. à Steiner St between Grove and Hayes Sts (sfrecpark.org/destination /alamo-square)


Overeat by the ocean For a delicious overview of the San Francisco culinary


scene, head to the Ferry Building Marketplace on the Embarcadero. Not only can you watch from the dock as boats come in, but you can also sample goods from purveyors of some of the Bay Area’s tastiest treats— think homemade cheese from Cowgirl Creamery, fresh


DISCOVER! Time Out Los Angeles July 12–October 10, 2017


“Smuggler’s Cove has the best—and


strongest!—tiki drinks in the city.” —Jeff


“Spend a day in Oakland exploring the trendy shops along Temescal Alley.” —Erica


“Two words: Burma Superstar.


You’ll never have better Burmese food.” —Corey


INSIDER SECRETS


Locals give it to you straight


oysters from Hog Island Oyster Co. and steamed buns at Out the Door. Wash it all down with Blue Bottle’s New Orleans iced coffee. à One Ferry Building (415-983-8030, ferrybuildingmarketplace.com)


Lace up your shoes For picture-perfect views of the Golden Gate Bridge,


you’re going to have to hike. The Lands End Trail is an easy three-mile trek along the city’s rugged coastline, where every turn delivers another stunning view of cypress trees, wildflowers and pocket beaches. à 680 Point Lobos Ave ( 415-426-5240, parksconservancy.org/visit/park- sites/lands-end)


Admire the art Fresh off a multimillion-dollar renovation, San


Francisco Musem Of Modern Art is jam-packed with more than 33,000 works of modern art. Don’t forget to check out the new photography wing, the 30-foot living outdoor wall and Michelin-starred restaurant In Situ, helmed by James Beard Award–winning chef Corey Lee. à 151 3rd St (415-357-4000, sfmoma.org)


Pack a picnic On a sunny afternoon, almost everyone in San


Francisco can be found sipping a PBR and enjoying a Bi-Rite salted- caramel ice cream cone at Mission Dolores Park. Spread your blanket on the tiered lawn and settle in for a day of people-watching. à Dolores St at 19th St(415-554-9521, sfrecpark.org/destination/ mission-dolores) ■ Sarah Medina


Get more great info about the Golden City at timeout.com/san-francisco. 70


PHOTOGRAPHS (FROM TOP): CHRIS LEIPELT; COURTESY SMUGGLER’S COVE


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