02.18.07 | Prologue
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Visitors from all around the world flock to San Francisco to enjoy the city's exciting cultural life and breathtaking natural beauty. San Francisco's unique neighborhoods are the heart and soul of our city. Visitors have the opportunity to have an authentic Italian dinner or a latte at one of the bustling restaurants and cafes in North Beach, sample dim sum in Chinatown, shop at the unique stores along Union Street and enjoy the beautiful murals in the Mission. And of course San Francisco is famous for its breathtaking vistas, from the majestic Golden Gate Bridge to Coit Tower, to Golden Gate Park and the internationally acclaimed new De Young Museum.
Refuel & Relax
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Grab & GoThe Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant
Hip and historic, the chalet is located above the Golden Gate Park visitor center, with its 1930s frescoes. For lunch, try one of the handcrafted ales with a classic crab Louie and garlic fries. Watch riders in the prologue leg from a window seat.
1000 Great Highway (at Golden Gate Park), San Francisco
415/386-8439 | Website
Relax & RechargeCliff House Bistro
Recently and handsomely refurbished with lots of slate and glass, the 1909 landmark also has a revamped menu featuring fluffy, warm popovers, sandwiches, and fresh fish. If there’s a wait, sip a Bloody Mary at the Zinc Bar and soak up the Ocean Beach vista. Or, try the more formal Sutro’s downstairs.
1090 Point Lobos, San Francisco
415/386-3330 | Website