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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #30 on: September 14, 2010, 02:13:25 AM »
Don't expect to make a left turn.

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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #31 on: September 14, 2010, 05:16:26 AM »
Don't expect to make a left turn.

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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #32 on: September 14, 2010, 08:57:05 AM »
It's pretty much impossible to drive through SF without making an illegal traffic maneuver at some point

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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #33 on: September 14, 2010, 09:08:43 AM »
legion of honor is pretty cool. i also like the Amoeba record store on Haight St. it is like the size of a costco and has cassette tapes which i like a lot. there is one on market st. too thats really big but i forget what its called, its not as good either in my opinion.
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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #34 on: September 14, 2010, 09:23:30 AM »
Driving in SF is actually pretty easy. All you have to do is learn how to make U-turns the long way. Other then that, just watch out for crazy drivers and it's not too bad.
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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #35 on: September 14, 2010, 01:18:21 PM »
When I was in SF, my best day was spent skating from Haight Street to the piers with the sea lions.
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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #36 on: September 14, 2010, 02:39:28 PM »
Go eat at Louis' Restaurant. she should like the view. theres a cave down the way to if you wanna make a move

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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #37 on: September 15, 2010, 12:23:44 PM »
legion of honor is pretty cool. i also like the Amoeba record store on Haight St. it is like the size of a costco and has cassette tapes which i like a lot. there is one on market st. too thats really big but i forget what its called, its not as good either in my opinion.

yeah, that's Rasputin Music. Definitely not as awesome as Amoeba. Not even close.



another place you should maybe check out is a bar in the Mission District called Delirium. It's sorta seen as a "skater" bar in the same vein Max Fish is in new york. I danced with Dave Bachinsky with "poison" by Bell Biv Davoe playing in the background. It was weird. Really weird.

Come to think of it, almost every bar in the Mission is populated  by skaters on Friday and Saturday nights



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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #38 on: September 15, 2010, 12:42:08 PM »
^^I've actually never been to Delirium. Like a block away is Gestalt Haus which is another bar and I went there once after the L-R-G premiere and they happened to be filming a porno there and giving out free beers. I believe a porn company called Pinkys (I think the same building as 3 up 3 down but not sure) is around the corner on Mission St. from there too and they film that odd ass porno where it is like wresting with 2 girls and the winner like fucks the other one. I had a co-worker's baby daddy that got to check it out live. I guess they even sell tickets or allow a crowd to watch.
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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #39 on: September 15, 2010, 05:24:56 PM »
^^I've actually never been to Delirium. Like a block away is Gestalt Haus which is another bar and I went there once after the L-R-G premiere and they happened to be filming a porno there and giving out free beers. I believe a porn company called Pinkys (I think the same building as 3 up 3 down but not sure) is around the corner on Mission St. from there too and they film that odd ass porno where it is like wresting with 2 girls and the winner like fucks the other one. I had a co-worker's baby daddy that got to check it out live. I guess they even sell tickets or allow a crowd to watch.

yeah, I missed out on that shit! I went to the premiere too and somehow didn't notice the filming of a porno a few steps away. Fuck.

and the company is kink.com  I watched the finished product of what they were filming. Prettttty hot stuff.

I hear the waiting list to get a tour of the porn studio is a mile long..



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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #40 on: September 15, 2010, 11:32:47 PM »
legion of honor is pretty cool. i also like the Amoeba record store on Haight St. it is like the size of a costco and has cassette tapes which i like a lot. there is one on market st. too thats really big but i forget what its called, its not as good either in my opinion.

yeah, that's Rasputin Music. Definitely not as awesome as Amoeba. Not even close.



another place you should maybe check out is a bar in the Mission District called Delirium. It's sorta seen as a "skater" bar in the same vein Max Fish is in new york. I danced with Dave Bachinsky with "poison" by Bell Biv Davoe playing in the background. It was weird. Really weird.

Come to think of it, almost every bar in the Mission is populated  by skaters on Friday and Saturday nights
Pops on 24th and york is kinda like that too. Its the unofficial bar of potrero del sol park.
El Farolito's food isn't the best in the mission, but I would pay so much for a jar of their salsa. SO good. And the fact that its open until 4 a.m. makes it really popular. Pancho Villa is pretty fucking dope too.
City lights, and vesuvio next door in north beach are an amazing piece of beatnik history. Pretty much all of the old beatniks used to hang out at both of the places. Vesuvio is filled with douchebags now for the most part, but I had a friend who was a cocktail waitress there and she used to get me wasted for free.
Tommy's joynt on van ness is pretty dope.
Also, don't even fucking bother with anything on fisherman's wharf. Its nothing more than a shit tourist trap. Its got all the shit you see in other tourist traps like Times square in new york like "bubba gump shrimp" and maddam tusaud's wax museum, and they also got overpriced seafood. Overall though, you aren't really experiencing the city at all.

Go to Jones st. at California street (I think its California, basically, go to the top from downtown). Look down it, decide Sean Young is your new favorite skater ever for doing this:

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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #41 on: September 23, 2010, 03:35:20 PM »
Pulled Pork sandwich from Broken Record, get some bacon fries on the side if they have them on the menu...

North Beach is nice to walk around at night...there are some really good sights of the city too

El Farolito is good, but you can't go wrong with any taqueria on the Mission

Get a Mission hot dog at night if you're in the area

Try a taco Nick's way at Nick's Crispy Tacos or Underdogs. Yelp them. The beer battered fish is too good.

Nothing worth seeing on Market Street unless you want to stop by DLXSF or you're around the piers

Go to Greens for a nice, clean vegetarian meal

I'm sure everyone has posted these already, but have fun in the City






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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #42 on: September 23, 2010, 07:36:38 PM »
Thanks to everyone for the good advice. Just got back yesterday (where did all these new sections come from?).

Went to DLXSF and FTC. Checked out the De Young and Sciences Center (actually didn't go in because it was too expensive, but somehow got into De Young and got to the ninth floor - Terrell Light Exhibit was bad ass). Walked in Presidio by Fort Pointe. Ate in the Mission at Gracias Madre. Went to Twin Peaks, as well as Berkeley and even Half Moon Bay. Did some cool shit. Thanks, guys.  

Edit: Saw Jones St. Holy fuck!

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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #43 on: September 23, 2010, 11:15:24 PM »
how was the wedding?

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Re: Things to do in SF?
« Reply #44 on: September 24, 2010, 07:16:26 AM »
how was the wedding?

It's always nice to get all the family together, but dynamics can be weird sometimes. My cousin, who got married, is kind of an asshole, and treats my aunt, his mom, really badly. Always takes advantage of her. I don't know. It was nice to see my other cousins and aunties though......