Cheap and delicious Senegalese food. Dance club past 10. Show up before 11 on the weekends if you don’t want to wait in line

Bissap Baobab

The dream spot for anyone who works from coffee shops. Huge space with a sectioned-off area dedicated for the 💻 folks. They charge $2-$3 per hour for coworking but are running a deal currently - first 10 hours free. ☕️👨‍💻

Workshop Cafe FiDi

This place is great!

Cafe Claude

Found this cute little pizza spot 🍕 while visiting Monterey. It's the perfect mix of trendy food truck and rustic dining atmosphere. 🐶 friendly! Ps try the spicy chili 🌶 oil!

Tricycle Pizza

The quintessential San Francisco park near the Castro District. The open container policy and friendly pot smokers make it a must-see city spot. There may be a long line for the men's restroom though... just FYI!

Dolores Park

The Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito was unlike any museum I have ever seen. A lot of the museum activities are outside so you can enjoy the amazing views of the mountains and the Golden Gate bridge. The museum activities were fun and educational and I loved that they were focused on open-ended discovery, creativity and play. This museum is a GREAT place to visit with toddlers and children of all ages. My son loved this one!

Bay Area Discovery Museum

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse is known for its famous "cruffin". It is like a croissant and a muffin had a baby. It was really good, but the churro croissant and the chocolate croissant even better! There is no eat-in space, but its a great place to grab coffee and pastries to go.

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

The California Academy of Sciences is located in San Francisco inside of Golden Gate Park. The museum is an aquarium, planetarium, natural history museum and a rainforest all in the same building! The aquarium was AWESOME! The museum was a little pricey and not geared for toddlers (although they are opening the new Curiousity Grove soon which is geared to younger visitors). Don't expect to take your kids to the planetarium because unfortunately kids are not allowed. It is still worth checking it out for the aquarium alone.

California Academy of Sciences

The Children's Creativity Museum is a whole museum dedicated to children's creativity and imagination. It is a small museum but there were so many things for kids to build and create. The Children's Creativity Museum was great for a toddler, but would be even more interesting for an older child who could participate in the robotics lab, animation studio and various craft projects. Highlights were the Giant Lincoln Logs, the Music Studio where kids could make their own music videos in front of a green screen and Sketchtown where kids could color a building or vehicle, scan it and see it projected around them on an interactive virtual neighborhood. You also can't miss the historic Le Roy King Carousel outside of the museum!

Children's Creativity Museum

The Exploratorium in the Embarcadero area of San Francisco was one of the coolest science museums I've ever been to. It is just as entertaining for parents as it for kids (maybe even a little more). The exhibits illustrated complex scientific principles in really cool hands-on ways. It is a must-see for adults and kids!


Nice, spacious cafe for coffee / tea in downtown SF. Good spot to catch up with friends / colleagues during the day, or get some work done #☕️👨🏻‍💻

David Rio Chai Bar

Great sushi here. On mondays, wine bottles are half off.

Tsunami Panhandle

Beautiful park for GG views, spikeball and drinking

Fort Mason

Great place to play indoor 4v4 pick up basketball. Games going weeknights after 8

Avalon Mission Bay Parking Garage

I hold the deed to this golf course

Lake Merced Golf Club

Great NoPa BBQ spot. I've seen this restaurant bring vegetarians to tears

4505 Burgers & BBQ

This is the best place to catch a view of all of SF. Easy to get to and plenty of high school couples to watch making out

Tank Hill

Favorite restaurant to eat in San Francisco, preferably with outside dining or room for a stroller - nothing too fancy
What are the best kid friendly attractions or restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area?
Moving to SF, visiting our office next week in FiDi. Looking for recs on anything and everything (food, bars, things to do) ?