In San Francisco’s early days, there were many waterside shacks along the bustling waterfront. These buildings served the longshoremen who were working the docks and gave them a warm haven to wait it out while ships were late to dock. The Pier 23 Cafe building was one of many “coffee houses” that existed on the bay side of The City. While some food and a warm cup of joe was the standard fare at these type of establishments, it was rumored that all sorts of libation could be found here.
Whether you are entertaining out-of-town guests or looking for entertainment, go and have some Filoli fun under the summer sun.
With over 50 museums in San Francisco city alone, there’s a lot to choose from! San Francisco has a rich history and colorful background with a lot to learn about. We’ve chosen a few of our favorite educational San Francisco spots to share with you. Many of them have free days every month so make sure to take a look before you go.
The Bay Area is rich in history. It is home to famous historical sights, as well as some lesser known, but charming locations. Here are some of our favorites (in no particular order).