Category: Mission District

Why Your Next Team Building Event Needs Food And Drink

Why Your Next Team Building Event Needs Food And Drink

Posted by Hana Nobel on 06.03.18

San Francisco is one of the best cities in the country for both eating and imbibing. If you’re hosting an event in SF, you should include some of the city’s best eats and drinks, of course. We’re not sure we need to convince you why your next team building event needs food and drink,... Read More

San Francisco Team Building Events Your Staff Will Love

San Francisco's Most Unique Corporate Team Building Experience take a food tour in SF

Posted by Hana Nobel on 05.20.18

Build a stronger workplace with these San Francisco team building events your staff will love. In need of some ideas? We’ve listed our favorites below. If You Have A Few Hours: Take a food tour. Get to know your team while spending three hours dining at four restaurants. You’ll learn about... Read More

Food Tours: The Best Team Building Activities For Big Groups

Join us food a Food Tour in North Beach. Food Tours: The Best Team Building Activities For Big Groups

Posted by Hana Nobel on 05.12.18

There are lots of ways to get your team to bond. You can have mandatory retreats, office happy hours, or company campouts. But we think food tours are some of the best team building activities for big groups (and so do our clients!). Here’s why: Tours Are Personalized For Groups From 8... Read More

The Best Vegetarian Restaurants In San Francisco

Cha-Ya sushi : The Best Vegetarian Restaurants In San Francisco

Posted by Hana Nobel on 03.27.18

San Francisco is a city with lots of vegetarian restaurants. It’s easy for meat-free diners to find a great meal here. But with so much choice, it’s hard to know where to go. Here is our list of the best vegetarian restaurants in San Francisco. Cha-Ya At Cha-Ya you’ll find sushi sans... Read More

5 Team Building Games for Adults

truck built in food truck challenge for team building games for adults

Posted by Avital Ungar on 12.16.17

Sometimes you need to get out of the workplace to build a strong team. Whether it’s working together to find a prize or hanging on a wire, these 5 team building games for adults will enable you to strengthen your team’s ability to work well together. 1. Fort Miley Adventure Challenge Course... Read More

Cute Date Ideas for Wintertime in San Francisco

food tour is one of Cute Date Ideas for Wintertime in San Francisco

Posted by Hana Nobel on 12.05.17

It might not snow in the Bay Area, but it definitely cools down during the winter. These cute date ideas for wintertime in San Francisco make the best of a season of early sunsets and cold weather.  Walk and Look at Holiday Lights People watching and looking at SF’s architecture is... Read More

5 More Things to Do in SF Before You Die

swing at billy goat hill park

Posted by Hana Nobel on 11.21.17

Though it’s a small city, there’s a lot to do, eat, and see in San Francisco. We’ve simplified it for you.  Here are 5 things to do in SF before you die. 1. Try to finish “The Big One” at Bob’s Donuts. Is there anything better than a fresh donut, served hot? Yes, a... Read More

3 Cool Things to Do in SF That Even Locals Don’t Know About

Bowl of Cioppino at one of the best places to eat lunch in San Francisco, Sotto Mare. 5 Cool Things to Do in SF That Even Locals Don't Know About

Posted by Hana Nobel on 11.14.17

Go beyond what the tour book tells you to do with our list of 3 cool things to do in SF that even locals don’t know about. 1. Have a secret dinner at Mr. Pollo. From the outside, Mr. Pollo looks like a restaurant in need of a facelift. The secret that... Read More

10 Things Everyone Should Do In SF Before They Die

Sunset: 10 Things Everyone Should Do In SF Before They Die:

Posted by Hana Nobel on 10.25.17

Whether you’re a San Francisco native or just visiting, here are 10 things everyone should do in SF before they die. How many have you checked off? 1. Eat at Swan Oyster Depot There’s a reason Anthony Bourdain raves about Swan Oyster Depot and that there’s a line even on... Read More