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    Restoration Hardware Painted Furniture Finishes

    Are you a savvy shopper who knows the value of a good deal? This workshop will show you how to make your own furniture look like expensive and elegant Restoration Hardware furniture -- for a fraction of the cost! Under the instruction of an experienced professional, you'll learn how to use specific paints, glazes, and topcoats to replicate five different Restoration Hardware furniture finishes: Reclaimed Oak, Zinc, Antiqued Black, Antique White (Taupe or Graphite), and Antiqued Coffee. You'll even have the chance to practice your skills on a complimentary reclaimed cabinet door, which you can then take home as a guide for your own projects! And don't worry, you can brag about your handiwork and faux-expensive creations--, we promise your DIY secret will be safe with us!
    Restoration Hardware Painted Furniture Finishes

    1419 Park St, Alameda

    • Get the tips and tricks to replicate five different finishes inspired by expensive Restoration Hardware furniture, including antique and distressing techniques
    • Enjoy learning from an experienced professional in a fun, supportive studio environment
    • Take your new skills home to start easily transforming your own furniture into envy-worthy pieces
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    Lousy Yerba Buena Tour

    The Lousy Tour is an entertaining walking tour that incorporates points of interest for history, architecture, flora & fauna and culture in a fun and humorous way. Nothing is taken too seriously and SK, your hilarious guide, often makes guests his playful victims. Yerba Buena (Good Herb) was the aptly prophetic name for the original village that became San Francisco. This tour will start with a quick history recap in Portsmouth Square, where you'll travel back in time through the Gold Rush era, visiting sites like Empire Park, the Wells Fargo History Museum, and a graveyard of sunken ships. See remnants of the Barbary Coast like the Old Ship Saloon and Jackson Square, as well as the few historic buildings, like those at Hotaling Place that remained standing after the 1906 Earthquake and fire. You'll even visit sites for recent history like the Trans America Pyramid and Sidney G. Walton Park. Bring your sense of humor, this tour is a unique and bitingly sassy take on SF history you don't want to miss out on!
    Lousy Yerba Buena Tour

    Portsmouth Square, San Francisco

    • Experience a unique and humorous twist on your typical historical walking tour
    • See the only historic buildings of the Barbary Coast that survived the 1906 Earthquake and fire
    • Enjoy points of interest for history, architecture, flora & fauna and culture like never before
    • Become a playful victim of your guide, SK Morton, as he plays pranks on you and other guests
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    Classic Fire Engine Tour

    See the beauty of current San Francisco from atop a classic relic of its past. You'll roam through the city aboard a shiny, open air 1955 Mack Fire Truck -- just like the one you used to play with as a kid, but bigger! You even get to dress the part, with classic gear to keep you warm in the face of the bay breeze. Starting at Fisherman's Wharf, you'll head through the beautiful Presidio, then it's across the water over the Golden Gate Bridge to Fort Baker in Sausalito for photos, before heading up to the Marin Headlands boasting magnificent views of the City by the Bay. Return across the Golden Gate Bridge, winding your way through the famous Union Street shopping district. Enjoy a fun, novel way to see the stunning sights of San Francisco. It's a show on wheels!
    Classic Fire Engine Tour

    650 Beach St, San Francisco

    • Tour the iconic sites of San Francisco from aboard a classic, open air vintage fire engine
    • Visit Fisherman's Wharf, the Presidio, and ride across the Golden Gate Bridge
    • See the city like never before on this 90-minute excursion
    • Throw on some classic fireman's gear to keep warm or just for fun
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    Alcatraz & Wine Country Combo Tour

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    See Alcatraz the way it was meant to be seen: Drunk. During this full day affair, you'll start things off with a tour bus ride from Fisherman's Wharf to Sonoma Valley, stopping at the Golden Gate Bridge for a quick photoshoot. As you drive, you'll also enjoy narration on the history of San Francisco and its nearby Wine Country. First you'll stop in at Cline Cellars for your first tasting. Then you'll have a second tasting at the Larson Family Winery. At noon, you'll head back to Fisherman's Wharf for a couple hours of free time to grab lunch, sightsee, or keep that buzz going. Save a little time to walk or taxi to Pier 33, where you'll hop aboard a ferry to Alcatraz Island. Both the ferry ride and the tour of the prison are narrated, with a self-guided audio tour for the Cellhouse -- available in ten languages. Thankfully, the trip out to Alcatraz includes a return ticket. Intoxicated or not, spending the night in that place would be enough to give anyone the heebeejeebees!
    Alcatraz & Wine Country Combo Tour

    55 Cyril Magnin St, San Francisco

    • Get to know the Bay Area during a narrated tour that will take you to both Wine Country and Alcatraz Island
    • Visit two Sonoma County wineries for tastings in the morning, then stop by the Golden Gate Bridge for a photo shoot
    • Enjoy a round-trip ferry ride to Alcatraz Island, and a self-guided audio tour of the infamous prison you've always heard about
    • Treat yourself to a full day of relaxed fun and narrated exposure to some of San Francisco's best tourist attractions
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    7x7 Bike Tour

    San Francisco covers 49 square miles, and on this tour, you'll see the best of it all. This is a fun-filled day of historical and cultural exploration, with lots of unique neighborhoods, sights, and city icons mixed in. Starting in Hayes Valley, you will visit Lower Haight, the Panhandle, Haight Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, the Presidio, the Marina, the Embarcadero, South Beach, Mission Bay, and the Mission. Admire epic views, including visuals of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Ferry Building, the AT&T Park (go Giants!), houseboats, sacred street art, and local bike culture. And don't worry about getting too tuckered out -- your group will be stopping for a food break. Get ready, because it's going to be an epic trip!
    7x7 Bike Tour

    370 Linden St, San Francisco

    • Discover the best of San Francisco on an exciting, extensive bike tour
    • Visit neighborhoods like Haight-Ashbury, the Mission, and Golden Gate Park
    • Take in epic views of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge
    • Pedal past beautiful street art and learn about San Francisco culture
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    Date Night Cooking Experience

    Why pay for dinner at an overpriced restaurant when you can have an intimate, delicious date night at home? In this hands-on class, you'll learn to make a tasty, 4-course menu from scratch. Whet your appetite starting off with an appetizer and a soup made with local, seasonal ingredients. Then it's time for a belly-warming, satisfying entree. And since no dinner for two would be complete without something sweet, you'll put together the perfect dessert to top it all off. There's nothing like sharing a meal with that special someone -- especially when you've made it together.
    Date Night Cooking Experience

    300 Turney St, Sausalito

    • Spend the night cooking a decadent dinner together
    • Create a delicious 4-course menu from scratch
    • Learn to pair seasonal ingredients for a menu that flows naturally
    • Discover new and useful cooking techniques
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    Original Native Tour

    Trying to get to know San Francisco like a local? Leave the guidebooks behind and hit the streets with a native guide during this 3.5-hour walking tour! You'll cover the major neighborhoods of the city, discussing its history and culture along the way. Visit both popular landmarks and hidden secrets, interacting with the community as you go. Tour sizes are kept small, allowing for more personal attention, and a more informal and authentic experience. In addition to covering a half-dozen neighborhoods, you'll also enjoy tastings to help introduce you to the city's diverse food culture. After this tour, you're sure to leave your heart in San Francisco!
    Original Native Tour

    600 Montgomery St, San Francisco

    • Get to know the heart of San Francisco during a 3.5-hour walking tour
    • Visit six different neighborhoods and stop by popular landmarks
    • Enjoy samples of various SF treats as you walk
    • Enjoy a small tour-group size led by a professional guide
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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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    Foraging Basics: Fall Mushrooms and Wild Edible Plants

    Don't let getting lost in the woods upset your healthy dinner plans! Or your "anything" dinner plans, for that matter. After this course is complete, you'll be able to make a salad from wild edibles commonly found in the forest, including plants and mushrooms. Your instructor will teach you to identify and locate species that are safe to eat, some of which you'll harvest to take home with you. You'll also cover foraging regulations in Northern California, and develop your knowledge of seasonal growth patterns. Now, if only there was a way to forage some ranch dressing.
    Foraging Basics: Fall Mushrooms and Wild Edible Plants

    3049 Adeline St, Berkeley

    • Develop your foraging knowledge in the woods with an expert
    • Learn to identify which plants and mushrooms are safe to eat
    • Harvest a few edibles to take home with you
    • Enjoy developing your survival skills with practical experience
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    Afro Hits

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    Jamming Afro Hits class takes you on the streets and clubs of central Africa and the vibes of the African diaspora dances. From Congolese urban and social dancing to the diasporic afrobeat, the class boosts your inner mojo, revamps your sweet attitude, and gets you going lightly with your busy life.
    Afro Hits

    3316 24th St, San Francisco

    • Indulge in a high-energy class that qualifies as a workout for both the body and SOUL
    • Begin your lesson with a warm up, stretch and body isolation exercises
    • Learn step breakdowns and routines
    • Get a feel for the vibes of African dispora dances
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