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    Premium Sake Museum Tour and Tasting

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    You love sake, but you can't travel all the way to Japan for a nice cup, and you only want the highest quality. How lucky, then, that Takara Sake has a place right here in California, with a premium tour and tasting! On this delightful tour, you'll get a fascinating tour of the Sake museum, featuring sake artifacts and implements, plus the history of sake-making in America. Then, enjoy a tasting of a variety of premium sake, including Sho Chiku Bai Sake and more! And there's no better place to get the full, authentic sake experience than at Takara’s The Tasting Room, measuring over 2,200 square feet and inspired by Japanese rice paddies. You'll be satisfying your sake cravings in no time!
    Premium Sake Museum Tour and Tasting

    708 Addison St, Berkeley

    • Taste a variety of premium sakes in an authentic setting
    • Learn about sake production and see sake artifacts and implements collected by Takara
    • Feel like you’re on an exotic and unforgettable journey to Japan
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    Chinatown Food Tour

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    Come explore San Francisco’s Chinatown, the largest one in the US! It doesn't matter if you’re new to the city or a seasoned local -- this tour will show you some of the best places to grab a bite to eat! You'll enjoy five different mouthwatering delights, three of them inside seated restaurants and two from smaller establishments. Leave room in your belly for delicious dim sum, scrumptious Cantonese barbecue pork buns, savory Beijing peking duck, and the iconic Chinese sweet treat: egg tarts. Not to mention you'll get to try Chef Han’s world-renowned authentic Szechuan cuisine! Make sure you’ve got water on hand for that kind of spice. Between food tastings your friendly guide will tell stories of the development of SF’s Chinatown, focusing on stories of Chinese immigrants. You'll also learn about the hidden alleys, the Tong Wars, and the pagoda-style Buddhist temples in the area. Learn about San Francisco’s Chinatown through its food, culture, and people!
    Chinatown Food Tour

    1066 Grant Ave, San Francisco

    • Take a walking tour of Chinatown and discover amazing places to eat
    • Learn about the area’s history and culture from a knowledgeable and friendly guide
    • Enjoy 5 different food tastings, from Cantonese pork buns to Beijing peking duck
    • Discover the delicious and diverse flavors of authentic Chinese cuisine
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    Mission Sweets Walking Tour

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    Come along on this quest to satisfy your sweet tooth and experience first hand that there is no sweeter or richer destination than San Francisco’s Mission District! Inside this colorful neighborhood known for its great culinary tradition, you'll notice it's not just the quality, but the diversity of the food that’s probably the biggest draw to this area's restaurant scene. From cupcakes to hand-crafted ice cream, from pie to small batch chocolates, from Maple-Bacon donuts to Whoopie Pies -- if it's sweet, and it's good, it's there for you to discover! As you follow your expert guide, uncovering the best desserts in the city, learn about this Mission's past as well as its interesting culinary history while trying some of the best sweets that SF has to offer.
    Mission Sweets Walking Tour

    Mission District, San Francisco

    • Taste your way through San Francisco’s historic Mission District on a walking dessert tour
    • Experience the quality and diversity of the food that’s the biggest draw to the area's restaurant scene
    • Sample goodies from cupcakes to hand-crafted ice cream and from pies to small batch chocolates
    • Discover the best dessert sports in the city as you follow your expert local tour guide through the area
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    3 positive reviews
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    Chasing the Dragon: History & Mystery of Chinatown

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    On this entertaining walking tour, learn about why the Chinese settled in San Francisco, their role in building the Transcontinental Railroad, and how the neighborhood rebuilt after the Great Earthquake and the Fire of 1906. History will come alive as you visit the city’s oldest street, Portsmouth Square, beautiful and seedy back alleys, a fortune cookie factory, and Old St. Mary’s, California’s first cathedral and a survivor of the Great Earthquake and Fire. As you go, you'll wander amongst authentic dim sum restaurants, herbal shops, temples, and open air markets. This isn’t one of those tours where you follow along, eyes glazing over as you try to absorb dry facts and figures. Interactive fun is at the heart of the tour. You will answer questions, play games, and laugh along the way. This is a one-of-a-kind way to get an inside look at San Francisco’s fun and fascinating history. Discover how a literally burnt out ghetto became one of San Francisco’s most popular destinations and the role it has played in San Francisco’s fascinating history.
    Chasing the Dragon: History & Mystery of Chinatown

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Discover the history of America’s biggest Chinatown on an entertaining walking tour
    • Visit the oldest street in San Francisco, the birthplace of Chinatown, a fortune cookie factory, and California’s oldest church
    • Play fun games and answer trivia questions as you go
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    Chinatown Food Tour

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    Explore San Francisco’s iconic Chinatown on this guided walking food tour! Enjoy the best and most authentic food the neighborhood has to offer, where any gourmand would be ecstatic to spend a few hours. As you learn about the area's history and unique cultures from your expert local guide, sample the delicious treats that Chinatown is famous for. You'll be delighted by the bustling Dim Sum houses, small cafes, and tea shops, along with the fortune cookie factory and off-the-beaten-path eateries, some that don't even have a sign denoting their existence, you just have to know that they are there. Go behind-the-scenes to explore the many local shops, temples, and museums and explore local culture in a way others often miss out on!
    Chinatown Food Tour

    Chinatown, San Francisco

    • Explore the history of one of San Francisco’s most famous neighborhoods on a guided walking food tour
    • Follow your expert guide to special ‘in-the-know’ locations only locals know about
    • Enjoy delicious samples of the best and most authentic foods Chinatown has to offer
    • Get a behind-the-scenes look at the many local shops, temples, and museums you may otherwise miss
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    2 positive reviews
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    Flavors and Murals of the Mission

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    The Mission District might be San Francisco’s oldest neighborhood, but like a fine Sonoma wine, it has aged to perfection over time. You'll start your tour off right with coffee and artisan donuts, in flavors like apple maple bacon and lemon thyme. From there, get a taste of the Mission District’s Latino culture at a local Mexican bakery. Once you’re fueled up, you'll take a stroll down Balmy Avenue, home of over 30 years’ worth of murals and art history. Then it will be time for some sweet or savory pies and a trip to a local taqueria, even more murals, with a final stop at a bakery surrounded by the best hipster thrift shops in the area. This tour is a feast for both your stomach and your eyes. There's no better way to experience the jam-packed diversity of the Mission District. You can probably get a treat packed with jam, too.
    Flavors and Murals of the Mission

    2760 24th St, San Francisco

    • Take a jam-packed combination art/culinary tour of the eclectic Mission District
    • Explore Latino bakeries, artisan donut shops, and famous taquerias
    • Visit beautiful murals that encapsulate the neighborhood’s history
    • Discover hidden cultural and culinary gems
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    3 positive reviews
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    Tiburon Food and Wine Tour

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    Start your 3-hour tour by meeting your guide at Pier 41 at San Francisco's Embarcadero. Hop on a ferry or water taxi for the 20-minute boat ride across San Francisco Bay. The afternoon excursion passes by Angel Island State Park before landing at the waterfront in Tiburon, a former railroad town turned upscale enclave. On arrival, walk with your guide to a number of popular eateries and learn a bit of history along the way. Pair white wine with Asian cuisine at Lily Kai and comfort food at the Tiburon Tavern. Set out for Sam’s Anchor Cafe featuring seafood and rosé. Sip a red varietal with Italian dishes at Luna Blu, and sample dessert with coffee at Cafe Renzo on historic Ark Row, where storefronts and eateries are actually restored boats. Conclude your food-and-wine tour of Tiburon with the return boat ride to the city.
    Tiburon Food and Wine Tour

    Pier 41, San Francisco

    • Enjoy a selection of seafood, Sicilian cuisine, and dessert during a memorable afternoon.
    • Get inside tips from a local guide while exploring the city’s streets
    • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors or couples
    • Cross San Francisco Bay by round-trip ferry, passing Angel Island en route to Marin
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    North Beach & Chinatown Food Tour

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    A culinary tale of two neighborhoods...Close neighbors yet seemingly worlds apart. Explore San Francisco’s iconic North Beach and Chinatown neighborhoods on this guided walking food tour! Enjoy the best and most authentic food each district has to offer, where any gourmand would be ecstatic to spend a few hours. As you learn about the area's history and unique cultures from your expert local guide, sample the delicious treats that each is famous for. In Chinatown, you'll be delighted by the bustling Dim Sum houses, small cafes, and tea shops, along with the fortune cookie factory and off-the-beaten-path eateries, some that don't even have a sign denoting their existence -- you just have to know that they are there! In North Beach, proceed to the cafes, pizzerias, espresso houses, bakeries, and saloons while taking in the intoxicating aroma of bread being baked, candy being made, and fresh coffee roasting. Go behind-the-scenes to explore the many local shops, temples, and museums and explore local culture in a way others often miss out on!
    North Beach & Chinatown Food Tour

    North Beach, San Francisco

    • Explore the history of two of San Francisco’s most famous neighborhoods on a guided walking food tour
    • Enjoy delicious samples of the best and most authentic foods each district has to offer
    • Get a behind-the-scenes look at the many local shops, temples, and museums in each district
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    8 positive reviews
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    Teas, Temples, and Beatniks

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    Experience San Francisco’s diversity firsthand as you explore two very different but equally exciting neighborhoods. You'll experience a true fusion of East and West, where one of the largest and oldest Chinese communities outside of Asia butts right up against the birthplace of the beret-loving Beat Generation. Starting in Chinatown, you will learn about the Chinese community’s role in the Gold Rush and train building boom, and stop for a bite of traditional mooncake pastries. From there, it's off to the oldest Chinese temple in America, where you can have your fortune read, and then on to a sampling of fresh fortune cookies and an in-depth tea tasting. Just a few steps north, you'll enter North Beach, home of Jack Kerouac and Alan Ginsberg’s favorite hangouts. You will check out the City Lights Bookstore, which still publishes San Francisco’s great local poets. You'll wander through picturesque side streets as you explore Little Italy, past adorable shops and cafes. Embrace a deliciously fascinating transcontinental experience, without ever leaving the city.
    Teas, Temples, and Beatniks

    Grant Ave & Bush St, San Francisco

    • Explore the adjacent but wildly different neighborhoods of Chinatown and North Beach
    • Learn the history of SF’s Chinese community as you visit the country’s oldest temple, and see the areas Kerouac and Ginsberg once roamed
    • Savor traditional Chinese pastries and teas
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    3 positive reviews
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    San Francisco to Wine Country Tour (Pier 39 Pickup)

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    Destination: Wine Country Transportation: Limousine, Limo Van, Party Bus Divination: Heavenly Join Napa Valley Wine Country Tours for a wine tour that begins in San Francisco, and takes you to Wine Country and back! All via luxurious methods of transportation! Once aboard, kick the day off the right way with a “Mimosa Wine Country Breakfast”: croissants, cream cheese and bagels, fresh fruit and a Mimosa. After, you'll head off to visit the Golden Gate Bridge and then on to 4 wineries which represent a wonderful cross section of delectable tastes in both Napa and Sonoma Counties. For the foodies, an olive oil tasting by The Olive Press is a stop along the way! But don’t worry, you'll be fed, too! The picnic lunch includes a turkey roll complemented with an olive pasta, mozzarella-tomato-basil skewers, falafels and hummus, and a seasonal dessert. From the Bay Bridge to the Golden Gate: flavors abound!
    San Francisco to Wine Country Tour (Pier 39 Pickup)

    Pier 39, Beach St #256, San Francisco

    • Head out from San Francisco to Napa Valley via limousine, limo van, or party bus
    • Visit the Golden Gate Bridge in the morning, then 4 wineries during the day
    • Enjoy an early “Mimosa Wine Country Breakfast” consisting of croissants, cream cheese & bagels, fresh fruit and a Mimosa
    • Ask any questions to your knowledgeable chauffeur, who will be happy to point out sites of interest as you travel to and through Wine Country
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