San Francisco 10 (inglés) (Travel Guide)
John A Vlahides
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city and beer has been the default beverage ever since. Cost $4 to $7 a pint for draft microbrews, $2 PBRs (Pabst Blue Ribbon) – plus $1 tip. Beer gardens Drink in the great outdoors at Biergarten Click here, Zeitgeist Click here and Beach Chalet Click here. House brews Doesn’t get more local than beer brewed onsite at Anchor Brewing Click here, 21st Amendment Click here, Magnolia Brewpub Click here, Southern Pacific (www.southernpacificbrewing.com) and Social Click here. Meet brewers SF
stake their reputations on French truffle-strewn steaks, California-grown fruits and vegetables are not side dishes to Bay Area chefs, but tasting-menu highlights. On the cheaper side, vegetarian options abound at taquerias, pizzerias, noodle joints, Middle Eastern delis, food trucks and groceries. With the most farmers markets of any metropolitan area in the US (30 and counting), you’re not about to run out of veggie options anytime soon. There are plenty of great choices for vegans on local
checks your buzz, but the cavernous space is so loud, nobody’ll notice you’re shouting. Bring the kids: for desert there’s root-beer ice-cream floats, with homemade root beer. Ground zero for techies who lunch. BENU CALIFORNIAN FUSION $$$ MAP GOOGLE MAP ( 415-685-4860; www.benusf.com; 22 Hawthorne St; mains $26-42; 5:30-10pm Tue-Sat; 10, 12, 14, 30, 45) SF has refined fusion cuisine over 150 years, but no one rocks it quite like chef/owner Corey Lee (formerly of Napa’s French Laundry), who
shaggy beasts safely stampede toward the Pacific in their park paddock. Sea lions at Pier 39 These beach bums have been sticking it to the man since 1989, claiming squatters’ rights to millionaires’ yacht slips. Wild parrots at Telegraph Hill By city decree, SF’s official birds are the renegade parrots that turn Telegraph treetops red, yellow, green and blue. Knock-kneed shorebirds at Crissy Field Once this airstrip was home to WWII warbirds, but it’s been converted back into a coastal
plus unusual dishes like braised quail and Madrid-style tripe. Ochre-washed walls and terra-cotta tile set a simple backdrop for dynamic cooking No reservations: expect 30- to 45-minute waits after 6pm. SWAN OYSTER DEPOT SEAFOOD $$ MAP GOOGLE MAP ( 415-673-1101; 1517 Polk St; dishes $10-20; 8am-5:30pm Mon-Sat; 1, 19, 47, 49, California St) Superior flavor without the superior attitude of typical seafood restaurants – Swan’s downside is an inevitable wait for the few stools at the vintage lunch