Things to do in San Francisco Bay Area

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Sausalito Wooden Boat Tour
Excellent57 Reviews
PO Box 124, Sausalito, CA 94966
415-332-6608
www.sausalitowoodenboattour.com
Discover the floating works of art inside Sausalito's infamous house boat communities. Look out over Richardson's Bay and Mount Tamalpias as your guide gives a brief overview of Sausalito's nautical history. Understand how wooden boat building has influenced the development of the town. The oldest surviving wooden hulled ferryboat on the West coast is first on the route. As we move from dock to dock you will hear a complete explanation of how these communities evolved. Permission to be creative... read more
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SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 8th) San Francisco, CA 94103
415-863-1414
www.somarts.org
Founded in 1979, SOMArts is an interdisciplinary arts organization that embraces the entire spectrum of arts practice and cultural identity, and it is beloved in San Francisco as a truly multicultural, community-built space where cutting-edge events and counterculture commingle with traditional art forms. Tap into the vibrant pulse of the Bay Area art scene through rotating art exhibitions, free and affordable performances, classes and events at SOMArts.
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Elixir
3200 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
415-710-9053
www.Elixirsf.com
ELIXIR is a neighborhood saloon located in the Mission Dolores neighborhood, where it has served its neighbors since 1858. Fresh and diverse beer and award-winning cocktails distinguishes Elixir in this vibrant nightlife corridor. As the Second Oldest Saloon location in the city, it is an authentic piece of the Old West that combines the warm appeal of a contemporary Pub, the camaraderie of a Sports Bar and the sultry allure of a Cocktail Lounge.
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RAG SF- Residents Apparel Gallery
541 Octavia St. San Francisco, CA, 94102
415-341-6412
www.ragSF.com
RAG (Residents Apparel Gallery), located in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, proudly showcases over 120 California designed and manufactured men's, women's and children's clothing/accessories and wall art, prints, notecards and home decor since December 6 2002. Designers and artists display their consigned wares on separate rack/shelf space, and work at this space to test new designs, gain visibility (through hung biography and signage) and build a clientele. RAG's founder, Blakel... read more