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30th Birthday SF Trip

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This will be my first trip to SF to celebrate my birthday and a whole new decade with my Boyfriend.

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Shop Villains, San Francisco

If you want to look cool without seeming like you're trying too hard, Villains is the place to go. The look is understated but youthful and urban. The great... more

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Shop Good Vibrations, San Francisco

Founded in 1977 to offer sex information and toys geared toward women, this store is no dimly lit back-alley den. Rather, it's bright, comfortable, and... more

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Brown-Eyed Girl, San Francisco

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Nightlife Foreign Cinema/Laszlo Bar, San Francisco

One wall of this restaurant's expansive heated courtyard functions as a screen for art-house foreign films—but most patrons don't actually watch the... more

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Eating Swan Oyster Depot, San Francisco

Opened in 1912, Swan Oyster Depot isn't a restaurant, it's a landmark. Today, the fifth generation is behind the original marble counter, and the ground rules... more

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Eating Mifune, San Francisco

Located in one of Japantown's quirky malls, Mifune draws crowds not for its decor—red and black Formica tables are about the extent of it—but for... more

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Telegraph Hill/Coit Tower
See + Do Telegraph Hill/Coit Tower, San Francisco

Telegraph Hill, once the site of a semaphore that signaled the arrival of ships during the Gold Rush, is now home to Coit Tower, a stark 212-foot monument... more

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See + Do SFMOMA (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art), San Francisco

This architecturally arresting black, gray, and white museum, designed by Mario Botta and built in 1995, has five floors of 20th-century art, including works by... more

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North Beach
See + Do North Beach, San Francisco

Traditionally an Italian neighborhood, North Beach was also the hangout of Beat writers such as Jack Kerouac and Gary Snyder. A necessary stop for any... more

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Chinatown
See + Do Chinatown, San Francisco

Chinatown is a prime tourist destination, but it's also a bustling residential neighborhood, where dim sum scents the air and grocery stores sell chicken feet... more

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Alcatraz
See + Do Alcatraz, San Francisco

Surrounded by icy water and treacherous currents, Alcatraz was an ideal site for a high-security prison, and unsurprisingly, nearly all of those who tried to... more

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See + Do Angel Island, San Francisco

The largest island in the Bay, Angel Island was home to the Miwok Native Americans before being taken over by the Spanish, and it was later used as an... more

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