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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
BBQ Joint
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“Speakeasy Ales & Lagers has been defiantly brewing small batches of beer in San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood since 1997. The brewery started with a single iconic beer, still made today, called Prohibition Ale. The hoppy amber beer embodies the spirit of bootleggers and gangsters who persevered when America’s taps ran dry. The brewery quickly gained a loyal following with bold, complex beers, and striking 1920s imagery. In 1999, Big Daddy IPA was added to the lineup and became San Francisco’s best-selling IPA. The beer is still Speakeasy’s kingpin, representing 40% of the brewery’s sales, among a wide array of acclaimed beers, from session ales to bourbon barrel-aged stouts.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Park
“One of San Francisco’s ecological treasures, Heron’s Head Park is a 22-acre open space and thriving wildlife habitat located in the City’s Southeast Sector. Teeming with native plants and a wide variety of birds, Heron’s Head Park is one of the few wetlands on San Francisco’s shoreline, and is an example of restoration success. Heron’s Head Park attracts more than 100 bird species a year and is used for education and recreation by thousands of bird-watchers, hikers, students, teachers, and visitors from around the San Francisco Bay Area, The land is owned by the Port of San Francisco, which works to enhance, expand, and preserve the Park.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Spa
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“Nudist spa retreat within the city, with a Russian flair. This mermaid likes the waters and steam rooms here, also enjoying some of the best views of the Bay from their rooftop. Having traveled to Poland as a kid, the Eastern European / Russian fare is nostalgic. Recommend the soups; the borscht & solyanka are both salty & satisfying. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
Pharmacy
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“Walgreens carries a variety of products, from pharmaceuticals to cosmetics to sodas, etc..... There is one on Third St - within walking distance.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Park
“Great place for a leisurely stroll with kids. Nice views and flat place to ride bikes and walk. Picnic tables and shoreline fun!”
  • 7 locals recommend
Sandwich Place
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Cafe
“[Unfortunately, this Javalencia location is now closed.] Nice little coffee shop with two other locations downtown. They offer solid coffee, bagels, pastries, sandwiches, smoothies and probably other stuff.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Street Address
  • 2 locals recommend
Cafe
“Located in the Shipyard Community. Please note, hours may vary. Mon-Friday 6Am-7pm Sat/Sun 8am-5pm”
  • 2 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“This area is the pits. You do not want to go here or walk through here. High crime! Not kid friendly!!”
  • 2 locals recommend
Chinese Restaurant
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  • 2 locals recommend
Park
“Like its name implies, Hilltop Park is on top of the hill. There's a playground for kids, a skate park, a sundial, exercise equipment, and other neat stuff. Because of its location, it is a bit isolated and most of the people who frequent the park live nearby. You get a very expansive view of the Bay up here.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Bar
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“Established in 1959, Sam Jordan’s is the oldest African American Bar in San Francisco. The bar is located in the Bayview/Hunters Point community. Sam Jordan was an African American businessman, community leader and activist. Born in Diboll, TX in 1925, Sam moved to San Francisco in 1947. A Navy veteran, he worked as a longshoreman and warehouseman. He achieved boxing success in the San Francisco Golden Gloves. A light-heavyweight, he won the championship diamond belt in 1948. Sam would serenade the crowd after every win and became known as “Singing Sam.” He opened the doors to “Sam Jordan’s Tavern” (the former name) in 1959. This is an iconic spot. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Park
“Different events happening at this venue, from concerts to sports. And there's even a tour available on sfrecpark.org.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Park
“A somewhat isolated park. There is a grassy area, a small playground, and a tranquil view of the Bay. You're likely to be one of only a few people here. There's a trail from this park along the shore to Heron's Head Park. A nice hike if you're up for it.”
  • 1 local recommends
Food
“The Meadery is open for drop in tastings and bottle sales every Saturday from Noon to 6pm. We started with the concept of creating a local product and – eventually - a national brand. We strive to buy raw materials, make our meads and sell as local to our production as possible. Buying local honey allows us to work closely with beekeepers to ensure that the honey is the purest and highest quality we can find. We support beekeepers that are producing honey using sustainable practices and are pollinating organic crops or very remote areas. Selling only regionally reduces waste of our valuable resources and helps strengthen local economies.”
  • 2 locals recommend

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Spa
“Nudist spa retreat within the city, with a Russian flair. This mermaid likes the waters and steam rooms here, also enjoying some of the best views of the Bay from their rooftop. Having traveled to Poland as a kid, the Eastern European / Russian fare is nostalgic. Recommend the soups; the borscht & solyanka are both salty & satisfying. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
Sandwich Place
Chinese Restaurant
  • 2 locals recommend
Bar
“Established in 1959, Sam Jordan’s is the oldest African American Bar in San Francisco. The bar is located in the Bayview/Hunters Point community. Sam Jordan was an African American businessman, community leader and activist. Born in Diboll, TX in 1925, Sam moved to San Francisco in 1947. A Navy veteran, he worked as a longshoreman and warehouseman. He achieved boxing success in the San Francisco Golden Gloves. A light-heavyweight, he won the championship diamond belt in 1948. Sam would serenade the crowd after every win and became known as “Singing Sam.” He opened the doors to “Sam Jordan’s Tavern” (the former name) in 1959. This is an iconic spot. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
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