Posts tagged San Francisco
Your 2019 Insider’s Guide to San Francisco

Walk, Taste & Shop the Best of the City with Sidewalk

Author: Jason Donahue, Co-Founder & CEO

The 2019 volume of Sidewalk’s Insider’s Guide to San Francisco features five neighborhoods in San Francisco: The Mission, The Castro, The Marina, The Haight, and North Beach. For each neighborhood, there are bite-size insights and tips for why we love it, where to wander and what to eat, shop and drink.

We also include our favorite Sidewalk (free city walks and all-inclusive food tours guided entirely by app) in each neighborhood for those who would prefer the app to lead them point-to-point while providing local stories, insights and recommendations.

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Light Up the Golden Gate Bridge

Light x Sidewalk: A Picture Perfect Pair

Author: Corey Wood, Product Lead - Growth & Lifecycle

We are thrilled to announce a new collaboration today with Light, the makers of the L16 camera and a company that is on the leading-edge of its industry.

The first in a series of Light photo walks was published to explore new techniques, composition considerations and uncommon locations to photograph San Francisco’s most iconic landmark: the Golden Gate Bridge.

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Whiskey Warehouses, Drinking Contests with Grizzlies & the Downside of Traveling with Mark Twain

Word on the Street: 8 Questions with Duggan McDonnell, author of Drinking the Devil's Acre: A Love Letter from San Francisco and her Cocktails

Author: Jason Donahue, Co-Founder & CEO

Meet Duggan McDonnell, the acclaimed author and Guide of “Harlots, Hooch & History in Old San Francisco.” He gushes on his favorite cocktail city, his worst travel experience and the needs of the “Urban Sophisticate.”

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Yes We Cannoli

What's That?  |  Cannoli

Author: Corey Wood, Product Lead - Growth & Lifecycle

We are pumped to announce that today we are unlocking Boston as a Sidewalk city! You can now explore the best of Boston and Cambridge with Sidewalk.

To celebrate this milestone, we honor Boston’s best-in-class pastry, the sweetened ricotta-filled pastry shells that dreams are made of — the cannoli. If you’ve experienced a Saturday night in the Hub’s cannoli capital, the North End, you’d know that the lines stretching out the doors of the Italian bakeries means one thing: they make some divine cannoli.

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The Marina Date Walk

Taking the Work Out of the Date

Author: Corey Wood, Product Lead - Growth & Lifecycle

Whether it’s the girl you keep flirting with on Bumble or your better half, this walk from Pacific Heights through the Marina will put a smile on her face and keep a few extra dollars in your pocket. So, stop Yelping and Googling, just follow along, she’ll love this.

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Five Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July

Author: Corey Wood, Product Lead - Growth & Lifecycle

I don’t normally have a burger, a brat, a steak, and chicken wings, in one sitting, but on the 4th of July, I make a lot of exceptions. It’s essential to sample one of everything that comes off the grill to have the stamina to watch parades, rock out to “Born in the USA” on repeat, and set off fireworks (in a responsible way, of course). But, there are other ways of celebrating our country’s birthday.

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Permission to Play With Your Food

What's That? | Boba Tea

Jason Donahue, Co-Founder & CEO

Don't be intimidated! In our world of to-go coffee cups and water bottles, Boba tea can look a little scary. The balls, the straw, and the colors may look downright strange, but it’s practically the national drink in Taiwan. And there’s a good reason for that: boba tea is delicious and fun.

In this edition of What's That? we’ll explain what Boba tea is, why you should try it, where it came from, how to know if it’s any good, and where to find it.

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