Yummy chicken and waffles abound at this hotspot (as well as many other good eats). Try the “Nasty Woman” at the bar.
Dance club in Mission District with VIP bottle service. So much fun – between getting a fabulous dinner and having a blast at a nightclub, you’re sure to have the best night.
Hot tip: If you stay late enough for Bissap Baobab to turn into a nightclub, you’ll beat the lines and entry fee.
This pinball place is off a street in Upper Haight. All the tables are collector-owned. Be careful – you can easily blow through $20 in a night, just playing the games.
The famous (and original!) sushi/burrito will fill you up enough to hike around the city for the rest of your day. It’s an innovative eating concept without being over-the-top, and a must-try for any San Francisco visit.
With amazing tunes provided by an in-house DJ, friendly faces, and a cool atmosphere, this church-turned-roller-rink is fun for all ages. Remember that it’s cash only!
CAS is a cool place for adults and kids to explore. It can get a little pricey, with an adult ticket starting around $35, but well worth the experience, as the California Academy of Sciences is huge, with an aquarium on the bottom floor. Take your time and wander.
There’s not a lot of seating at this popular burger joint, so be sure to try it at a not-busy time.
Natives claim this spot is way better than Brenda’s for brunch, “and the little jazz trio on Sundays is everything.”
70s-style, 21+ nightclub with live music. San Franciscans love “Cool as F—,” a Britpop night.
An awesome 21+ bowling alley (with family hours Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.) where you can grab dinner, drinks, or brunch.