Often tucked beneath a silky veil of fog, Judah Street, between 44th Avenue and the Great Highway in the Outer Sunset, is a hidden gem of foodie-approved eateries, communal spaces, and laid-back beach town vibes.
Food + Drink
While Sonoma County typically receives Northern California’s craft beer glory, a fledgling and promising beer scene is brewing on the San Mateo County coast. While the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company has long been a Coastside favorite, 2013 marks the opening of two new seaside breweries south of San Francisco, Highway 1 Brewing Company and Hop Dogma Brewing Company.
Nothing says summer quite like a heaping scoop of creamy, housemade ice cream. From seasonally crafted sorbets to made-to-order scoops whipped up in a minute flat, here's our list of the best ice cream shops in San Francisco, along with a map to help you find them!
The San Francisco Bay Area has a lot to boast about. We're World Series champs, we produce world-class wine, and we're world leaders in innovation and technology. #werethebest. (Also, we invented hash tags.) You wanna know what else we do? We distill spirits. The SF Bay Area can now add local distilleries (find them on this map) to the list of things that make us awesome.
Bolinas, California is a faraway place. Technically, it's only 25 miles from the Marin Headlands Hostel and 19 miles from the Point Reyes Hostel, but it's as far away from the rest of Marin County as you can get. This tiny, unincorporated town without a mayor or a city hall maintains such an indie, insular culture, and an obvious aversion to non-native species, that it's literally off-the-map.