Category: Russian Hill

Five Places We Love For San Francisco Seafood

leo's oyster bar is one of the best places to get seafood in SF. Five Places We Love For San Francisco Seafood

Posted by Hana Nobel on 04.02.18

San Francisco is surrounded by water, so San Francisco seafood is notoriously good. There’s a lot of fish and shellfish in this city, so we’re helping you navigate where to spend your (sand) dollars. Here are five places we love for San Francisco seafood. Bar Crudo Happy Hour at Bar Crudo is one... Read More

Cool and Fun Things to Do in SF When Someone Visits You

Taco plate at Tacolicious restaurant in San Francisco, CA.

Posted by Hana Nobel on 08.30.17

San Francisco is a popular vacation spot, and if you’re lucky enough to live here, you’ll probably have visitors. Once they knock the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz off their list, there’s still lots to do.  Here is a list of cool and fun things to do in SF when someone visits... Read More

Awesome English Pubs in San Francisco

Black Horse London Pub is the smallest and one of the Awesome English Pubs in San Francisco:

Posted by Hana Nobel on 04.06.17

Sometimes the weather in San Francisco can resemble that of England-a bit cold and damp. On those days, we want to settle in with some warm comfort food and a big beer. These awesome English pubs in San Francisco are places that provide both.  Pig and Whistle This Inner Richmond pub... Read More

Invented in San Francisco: The Lemon Drop Cocktail


Posted by Avital Ungar on 11.05.15

A couple of months ago while I was hosting a dinner party, I was pressed for time and in need of a cocktail that could serve a crowd. I had a bunch of Meyer lemons from a friend’s tree and was desperately trying to figure out what to make that... Read More

Self-Guided Russian Hill Walking Food Tour


Posted by Avital Ungar on 10.07.15

Every neighborhood in San Francisco is filled with taste treats, well-respected restaurants, and bustling bars, but I have a special place in my heart for Russian Hill, the hood I have called home for the past five years. The Russian Hill neighborhood extends from Columbus Avenue up the hill and... Read More