Did you leave your heart in San Francisco? If you haven’t had a chance to visit, let’s make that happen! I am incredibly lucky to live in an area that many people around the world want to visit. “It’s a dream of mine!” says my Server at a restaurant called Home in Athens, Greece in 2012. Not being in ‘the city’ for work at my own restaurant or at a Concierge desk at The Argonaut Hotel on a daily basis for eight months reminds me just how amazing San Francisco is every time I come back.
Many visitors come for conferences. The completion of the Moscone Center expansion opened earlier this week. A visit to the Small Business Expo was a much smaller affair and a little cramped but had good speakers like Austin Walsh and Angel Turry. The event space is aplenty in San Francisco. The space I used to be an Events Director for will be opening up eventually. I can hook you up as an Event Planner! There are so many restaurants with private dining rooms, places like Spin or even on a boat wine tasting in the Bay are available for private events.
The Small Business Expo was pleasantly followed by an evening of reconnecting with friends and reminiscing about good times at former places of employment. The Twitter Building is located at 10th and Market. Then there’s 303 Second Street where I was an Account Executive at Young & Rubicam. The retail space below has changed a bit but Lee’s Deli is still going strong. Go there for lunch with a cold and hot bar for a pay by ounce price tag or made to order sandwiches. Head down the busy Southside Spirit House or head towards Market Street and turn on Minna for Anchor & Hope for $1 oysters for happy hour. Oh, there’s so many options around every corner offering a variety of cuisines.
Locals don’t typically go to the same spots tourists visit. Been there, done that. Ask me about experiences, restaurants and bars and more in San Francisco for your next visit to the city by the Bay. I love referring clients to establishments where my friends work. I know you’ll be in good hands.
Referrals are appreciated!