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For more than three decades, ABC Tree Farms have provided the Bay Area with seasonal fun October through December. Summer inspires the first round of recreation in the form of Summer Fun Zones packed with inflatable bounce houses masquerading as castles and slides and fresh harvests of local cherries, peaches, melons, and other fruits. During October, they run 20 pumpkin-themed locations, some of which also feature inflatable bounce houses and other attractions. Once Thanksgiving passes, groves of Christmas trees spring up, having made their way south from Oregon and Washington. There they will stand until Christmas Eve, hoping to decorate homes or become the model that inspires a revamped line of evergreen air fresheners.
3 Serramonte Boulevard
Daly City,
CA
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SkiMela.com facilitates skiing and snowboarding trips to seven of the areas best ski resorts, including Heavenly and Sugar Bowl. Charter buses pick up outdoor adventurers at six locations along San Francisco – East Bay and Silicon Valley – South Bay routes between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m., ensuring guests get a full day’s worth of recreation and snowman heckling. The trips, held in January, February, and March, include breakfast and a movie, and SkiMela.com schedules around 60 trips per season.
301 Gellert Boulevard
Daly City,
CA
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A minor-league affiliate of the NHL's San Jose Sharks, the San Francisco Bulls made their East Coast Hockey League debut in October 2012. On game days, crowds of as many as 11,000 fans flood the Cow Palace, the Bulls' home ice and the former stomping ground of the Sharks, who played in the arena for their first two seasons in the NHL. As the team looks to establish itself as a formidable ECHL presence, it gains inspiration from the Matadors, the team's fiercely loyal booster club, and secret play calls encoded in the Cow Belles' dance routines.
2200 Geneva Avenue
Daly City,
CA
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As the AHL minor-league affiliate of the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Syracuse Crunch has primed players for the big league since 1994. They confront rivals from the Eastern Conference's East Division and beyond at The Oncenter War Memorial Arena, in front of 7,000 fans whose fiery passion for the team melts the ice beneath opposing players' feet.
60 Serramonte Ctr.
Daly City,
CA
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Planet Fitness' massive, brightly colored edifices teem with aerobic, strength-training, tanning, and massage options, tailored to suit burgeoning buffs of all ages and abilities. After an intense muscle pummeling on the extensive selection of strength-training equipment and free weights, valiant athletes and masochistic vampires alike may bask in the unlimited artificial sunshine of the gym's tanning booths. Meanwhile, shiatsu massage chairs stand at the ready, twiddling soothing robot thumbs and waiting to coax tension from tired tendons.
2945 Junipero Serra Blvd
Daly City,
CA
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A User’s Guide to 7 Mile House Sports Bar and Grill Filipino Fusion | Too-Big-to-Bite Burgers | Lumpia and Adobo | Haven for Football and Fútbol | Neighborhood Hangout | 1850s-Era Bar Sample Menu Appetizer: wings in sweet-chili-garlic or buffalo sauce Entree: pork adobo Dessert: pyramid noisette, with ganache, hazelnut mousseline, and chocolate genoise inside a chocolate shell Cocktail: mango margarita, made with fresh mango pulp The Vibe: an American sports bar secretly hiding an upscale Filipino restaurant Where to Sit: On sunny days, grab a seat on the patio, complete with tablecloths and bud vases. In the evenings, don’t be afraid to get close to the stage inside: the always-interesting musical acts tend toward jazz, blues, and R&B at a conversation-friendly volume. Media Spotlight Featured on the Discovery Channel’s United States of Bacon for its 7-inch-tall Cow Palace burger, “the crowning achievement of all things big and bacon-y” Highlighted as one of four sports bars with “interesting food” in the San Francisco Examiner Past Lives: A whole system of mile houses once marked the distance west from downtown San Francisco—acting as saloons, rest stops, and post offices rolled into one—but 7 Mile House is the only one still operating in its original location. It’s gone through some rough times since opening in 1853, with lowlights including a visit by the Hayes Valley Gang in 1876 and a stint as the seat of a notorious sports-gambling ring in the 1980s. The Filipino family who now owns it has smoothed out the rough edges while preserving both its quirks and the burgers that have long drawn crowds. Vocab Lesson Cioppino: A fish stew that originated in San Francisco, it’s made with the catch of the day, typically a combination of fish and shellfish. Lumpia: a Southeast Asian take on eggrolls, which stuffs pastry with ground pork and veggies and then serves them fresh or briefly deep fries them
2800 Bayshore Blvd
Brisbane,
CA
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