• Little Saigon

    Little Saigon and Tendernob

    Little Saigon and the Tendernob are two Tenderloin neighborhoods that are home to large immigrant populations and some of the best food in the city. Join us as we take you on the only food tour of this district and explore the flavors of Asia, the Middle East, and beyond!
  • The Mission

    The Mission District

    San Francisco's 1st neighborhood, The Mission District is still the heart & soul of this vibrant city. This area is so rich in culture, that we have 4 Mission food tours & 2 neighborhood walks.
  • North Beach

    North Beach

    North Beach is that rare thing -- a neighborhood that manages to be a perennial hit with tourists, and also to remain beloved by San Franciscans. It's San Francisco's Little Italy and the home of the beatniks.
  • Scenic Running

    Scenic Running

    Just a short run from the urban landscape of San Francisco's busy city streets you will find numerous trails and parks offering phenomenal views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the City Skyline and other gems.
  • Chinatown


    Established in the 1840s, San Francisco's Chinatown is the oldest Chinatown in North America and the largest Chinese community outside Asia. Our food and walking tours are 2nd to none.
  • Parrots!


    Wild Parrots in San Francisco? Yes there are officially at least two flocks of wild Parrots here. These Parrots have evolved into a brand new species of parrot indigenous to San Francisco.

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Arguably the best restaurant city in the U.S. Without a doubt
San Francisco is the most food obsessed city to be found anywhere.
Pop Up restaurants, also called Supper Clubs, are temporary restaurants
opened by hottest new chefs who want to showcase their talent or try a
new concept. These food fests operate underneath the radar and move
around quite often. Word of mouth is how they get their business and
the word must be good because getting in is not easy. If you aren’t in
the know, you won’t be at the table! We know where the restaurants
are every night and we can probably get you in. Reservations are a
must. If you like, we will arrange town car service.





When: Varies, please call for latest restaurant announcements.
Cost: Varies, depending on location.
Call 415.793.1104 for details
Reservations: Required __ info@explresanfrancisco.biz
Reservations cannot be made online
E-mail: info@ExploreSanFrancisco.biz

Pop up restaurants, like food trucks, are an ideal way to gain
exposure of young professionals' skills in the field of hospitality in order
to get investors and attention toopen a restaurant or another culinary concept.
Pop-up restaurants have been hailed as useful for younger chefs,allowing them
to utilize underused kitchen facilities and "experiment without the risk of bankruptcy".