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What makes it great: more than 6,400 yards of tight fairways and small greens along San Francisco’s famous hills; covered in eucalyptus; famous visitors such as Teddy Roosevelt and Joe DiMaggio; elevated greens on 13 holes (mind your chip shots)
300 Finley Rd
San Francisco,
CA
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Five Things to Know About Caffe Del Sole Caffe Del Sole is a little slice of Italy in Inner Richmond, serving strong espresso drinks complemented by a variety of wine and beer. Here are a few more important points to keep in mind if you plan to visit this cozy oasis: The food also has a European flair. Guests can pair their coffee with a Nutella croissant, margherita pizza, or prosciutto panini. The beer selection includes national and local brands. Bottles of Anchor Steam and Flat Tire share cooler space with Corona and Heineken. WiFi is free and plentiful. It’s cash only. There’s an ATM on hand for wallets in need of stuffing. Customers can relax indoors or out. If it’s nice, grab a seat on the patio, otherwise snag a table inside surrounded by opera posters, earth-tone walls, and potted plants.
4342 California St
San Francisco,
CA
US
Ashley's Cafe is a Mecca for a staid and diverse community, continuing a unique quality of food and coffee. Experience the food, the crew, the neighbors, the elements life and nature mix here. And come back for more. Someone special is always here to salute life with you.
4454 California St
San Francisco,
CA
US
In Focus: Blue Danube Coffee House Specialties: coffee drinks, pastries, and light café fare Number of locations: 2 Must-try drink: Mexican hot chocolate Most spirited drinks: the beers and ciders on tap Dog-friendly factor: The outdoor seating area welcomes dogs. Amenities: free WiFi
306 Clement St
San Francisco,
CA
US
Toy Boat Dessert Café: A User’s Guide Ice-Cream Creations | Nostalgic Toys | Vegan-Friendly Options | Sandwiches and Omelets Sample Treats Fountain drink: black cow made with root beer and coffee ice cream Vegan option: cinnamon-caramel soy ice cream Baked good: key-lime pie Meet the Owner: It all started with ice cream. Jesse and Roberta Fink first met when she interviewed to be a scooper at his brother’s ice-cream shop. They opened their own shop in 1982, and it quickly became a success thanks to its collection of vintage toys and Jesse’s friendly demeanor. While You’re Waiting: Check out the mechanical horse in the middle of the restaurant. That steed, which was once every grocery store’s favorite mascot, still gallops even though it dates back to the 1950s. Inside Tip: Even though it’s known for desserts, the café also churns out a sizeable selection of sandwiches, wraps, and omelets for breakfast and lunch. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Find a new adventure to sink your teeth into at Green Apple Books (506 Clement Street). After: Let kids frolic in the sandbox while you admire public sculptures at Muriel Leff Mini Park (7th Avenue and Geary).
401 Clement St
San Francisco,
CA
US
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