The city offers natural beauty and architectural splendor, from Victorian to post-modern, located within eleven unique districts throughout the city.
From casual meals in ethnic enclaves to fine dining overlooking the picturesque waterfront, the city offers some of the best and most diverse eating and drinking anywhere in the country.
From highly-trained, professional tour guides, to our talented emcees, to our event staff, the FTC Dine and support teams are ready to serve your group - regardless of size.
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Many of the neighborhoods provide a combination of exciting, innovative restaurants alongside classic, timeless options, offering the diner an exciting and custom experience that can match a variety of tastes and styles.
Please call, email, or fill out the RFP form and a member of our team will work with you to provide you with a variety of events and activities that will provide the best value for your budget.
The neighborhood boasts a dual identity, as both residents and visitors can find themselves immersed within a different world immediately when crossing into the narrow streets of Chinatown. Signs are no longer in only English, garlic, ginger and rich stocks deliver an idea of the delights from street vendors and restaurants.
Much of the city's iconic skyline comes from the district, as massive buildings reach new heights here. At the ground floor of many buildings in the district are some of the city's finest restaurants, serving the hard-working employees with award-winning cuisine and fine dining.
Some of the 1960s relics can be found today, such as piercing salons and counterculture bookstores, helping create its unique culture.
Only six square blocks in size, the neighborhood makes up for it in culture and cuisine, boasting events throughout the year, and all types and styles of Japanese food.
The diversity of the city is evident along the historic streets of the Mission District, where Latino Bakeries and Delis neighbor trendy spots showcasing modern regional cuisine.
With beautiful views of the bay and Golden Gate Bridge, combined with traditional San Francisco architecture, it's an exciting and inviting place to enjoy a meal or evening out.
A combination of historic and modern, the area combines upscale establishments with long standing storefronts in a successful and unforgettable way. Enjoy great views and great food and drink when visiting the neighborhood.
San Francisco's Little Italy can still be seen and experienced, even after a century, by enjoying a cappuccino at a caffe, fresh pasta at a ristorante, or pizza at a local bakery.
Also in the North Beach is the remains of a strong bohemian culture, originating back from the 1950s, and still visible today.
From discounted merchandise to white linen dining, the neighborhood provides much to choose from.
A wave of new establishments made their way into the neighborhood, offering even more options for locals and visitors alike.
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