A list of our San Francisco favorites that are not readily grouped into an "Adventure"
Fort Point, if you only see one San Francisco sight, this is it.  It's one of SF's oldest structures with a spectacular view of the Golden Gate Bridge.  It's a short walk up to bridge level.
Crissy Field, Crissy Field has an amazing walk along the bay shoreline with wonderful views of the GG Bridge and relaxing benches.  It's also perfect for people watching.
Coastal Trail, the Coastal trail starts at the GG Bridge and meanders south along the pacific and ends at the Cliff House.  We feature the southern part of the CT in our "Lands End Adventure".  The northern end offers momentous views and access to Baker Beach (warning the northen part of BB is nude :-).
Grand View Park, located along 19th Avenue, this secluded tiny park has a single bench that has incredible views of both the bay and ocean.
Musee Mecanique, located in Fisherman's Wharf, this museum (no entrance fee) is filled with antique coin operated arcade machines.  Playland's Laughing Sally is located at the entrance; she still scares us.
Privately Owned Public Spaces, a list of SF's hidden gems that let you unwind.
Inspiration Point, located just inside the Presidio along Arguello, offers panoramic bay views.
Uncle Vito’s, fresh and delicious pizza in upper Union Square.
House of Prime Rib, Van Ness restaurant with SF's premier prime rib, nice décor.
Tekka Sushi, Western Addition’s mom and pop traditional sushi at reasonable prices.
Scoma’s, a Fisherman’s Wharf favorite; the best seafood period.
Tommy’s Joynt, Van Ness cheap eats and drinks, one of our favorites; try the turkey and beef brisket.
Cafe Bunn Mi great Vietnamese sandwiches located in the Inner Richmond.
Muracci, a Union Square traditional Japanese curry house with low prices.
Emmy's Spaghetti Shack,  delicious meatballs in a funky lower Mission setting.
Memphis Minnie's, located in the lower Haight, has the best beef brisket in town.
Suppenkuche, authentic German cuisine located in Hayes Valley.  Feels like you're in Baveria!
Taraval Okazu Ya, great beef teriyaki in the outer Sunset with low prices and large portions.
Good Luck Dim Sum, inner Richmond hole with tasty dumplings and BBQ pork buns @ $1.60 a plate.
Victor's Pizza, wonderful Nob Hill pizza.
Prime Dip, tastey prime rib sandwiches near the Civic Center.
Kiss Seafood, cozy mom and pop setting with meticulous sushi/ small plates located in Japan Town. 
Zeitgeist, this Mission outdoor bar is filled with hipsters.
Marlena’s, Hayes Valley bar with the best drag show in town.
Molotov’s, youthful lower Haight bar.
Balboa Café, where the “Beautiful Marina People” go.
Top of the Mark, memorable views from Nob Hill.
Liverpool Lils, cozy neighborhood bar by the Presidio.
Buena Vista, lively Fisherman’s Wharf crowd with bay views, try their Irish Coffee.
Pig and Whistle, an Inner Richmond (close to USF) British pub with a gregarious crowd.
Tunnel Top Bar, fun Union Square bar with a DJ upstairs.
Beer and Grill (Bistro Gambrinus), a NOPA Eastern European bar with an extensive beer selection.  Close to USF.
Sutter Station, festive local dive bar in the Financial District.