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  • Marina Veronica Art Tours
    Marina Veronica provides art tours, cultural events, and art consulting services for the distinguished person seeking an eclectic experience in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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    2410 Chestnut Street, #7
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Premier Party Tours
    Established: 2010 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 25?50 people Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours Brands Used: Vegas On A Budget Club Crawl, Union Square Club Crawl Pro Tip: Makes sure everyone has a valid state issues ID or Passport Most Popular Attraction/Offering: 2 for 1/discounted drinks throughout the night Recommended Age Group: Adults Q&A with Brandon Busche, Owner/Managing Partner As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected? Each VIP Host is trained to deal with any issues that may occur on the tour from drunk guests to venues being over crowded when we arrive. They take the initiative to solve these issues on the spot to make the tour most enjoyable. What is the experience customers can expect, and how do you make it special? If the guests are celebrating an event being a birthday, bachelor/bachelorette party, corporate function, convention etc, our hosts inform the club to give them special shoutouts from the DJ. We also cater to those guests to ensure they and their group are extremely happy. Have you ever been a patron of your own business? If so, what was the most enjoyable part? Yes of course. Myself as well as all employees go on "dry runs" to ensure we enjoy the tours so our guests will too. The discounted drinks throughout the night saves over $200 a night. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? We have unlimited tickets available each night so the more the merrier.
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    567 Sutter Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Magowan's Infinite Mirror Maze
    At first glance, Magowan's Infinite Mirror Maze looks more funky than befuddling. The black lights that illuminate its columns and archways cycle through neon colors, and ?80s dance music thumps through its various turns. The wonderland-like ambiance prompted SF Weekly to list the maze as "possibly the most psychedelic place one can legally reach within the city limits" in its list of Five Places We Wish Bands Could Play in SF. Don't let the far-out vibes fool you, though. Even Charles Magowan, the maze's creator, admits to getting lost in its passageways during an ABC 7 feature. Charles constructed the maze to cover 2,000 square feet, aligning 77 mirrors in counterintuitive corners, dead-ends, twists, and halls. His ultimate goal was to build a nostalgic labyrinth that both kids and adults could explore. One ticket grants unlimited admission to the maze throughout the day, encouraging repeat visitors to memorize different escape routes and convince their reflection to go to work tomorrow instead of them.
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    Pier 39
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sidewalk Food Tours of San Francisco
    According to Sidewalk Food Tours, it's not the Golden Gate Bridge that ties the city together. It's the gooey cheese of its family pizzerias, the chocolate truffles of its dessert shops, and all of the region's other cuisines that help define the various neighborhoods?and their walking tours aim to introduce participants to those local flavors. In the Mission District, for instance, Sidewalk Food Tours' knowledgeable guides lead groups through tastings of tacos, falafel, and French-style bakery treats. In North Beach, they show how a large Italian American population resulted in restaurants that have endured more than 100 years. Along each route, the guides also impart facts about the neighborhood's history and culture, and reveal which buildings are built on a foundation of provolone cheese.
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    3310 Market Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Left Coast Tours
    During his years as a taxi driver, Stephen Kadis loved to share his passion for San Francisco with passengers, drawing on stories and fun facts as he navigated them past the city's hills and picturesque boulevards. The only problem was he could only fit so many people into his cab at a time. He fixed that problem by founding his own tour company, Left Coast Tours. Today, Kadis and his crew of hand-picked guides ferry guests to the city's most iconic sites, from the restaurants and culture of the country's oldest Chinatown to the panoramic vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge. Daytime city tours let tourists snap pictures of or carve their initials into skyline views from 14 different scenic stops. Nightlife tours treat visitors to fine Chinese and Italian restaurants, celebrated San Francisco bars, and upper-crust hotels and cafes.
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    50 Drumm St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Drag Me Along Tours
    Rick Shelton of Drag Me Along Tours is a tour guide and San Francisco resident, but the role you're most likely to remember him by is that of Countess Lola Montez. During his tours, he embodies the 19th century Irish dancer and actress who gained fame as a courtesan, and later, as a mistress of King Ludwig I of Bavaria. During tours, Rick?er, Ms. Montez?explores the streets of San Francisco as they were during her rowdy visits in the mid 1800s. In a fun, energetic manner, she points out places where she's entertained and shares parts of her life that many of her contemporaries never knew about unless they followed her blog. All tours begin in Portsmouth Square near the Goddess of Democracy Statue, and each one lasts about 2.5 hours and covers approximately two miles of easy walking.
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    733 Kearny St.
    San Francisco, CA US

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