SF Good for Groups Overview

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There’s so much that’s good for groups in San Francisco, from taking a trek through pristine parks, to taking a tour of local landmarks, all one needs to do is gauge the collective crowd temperature to determine the best plans for a perfect day or night.

Being outdoors in San Francisco is a gift that can keep on giving. It’s pretty much a requirement for a group of visitors to check out the Golden Gate Bridge from The Presidio, a heavily-guarded military post for 200 years that only recently became accessible to the public. Or take the crew on a sandy stroll at Baker Beach or Ocean Beach. Another easy group destination is one of the many popular parks and plazas throughout the city.

For a group activity that’s often on the top of the tourist-to-do list, Fisherman’s Wharf has museums, souvenir shops, seafood restaurants, and scenic vistas of the Bay that residents tend to avoid. While in this district, take the group to The Buena Vista, which is home of the first Irish coffee.

To explore the roots of San Francisco’s vibrant gay culture, groups are known to peruse the streets of the Castro where the dives, restaurants, and trendy shops welcome one and all. Anyone is this neck of the woods should definitely check out the Seward Street Slides – concrete slides one can ride down using cardboard. Yup.

Those seeking group activities in San Francisco father away from the flash of tourists taking selfies can check out the town’s massive karaoke scene. Pretty much every neighborhood has a karaoke spot: Pandora Karaoke in Civic Center/Tenderloin, The Mint Karaoke Lounge in Hayes Valley, Encore Karaoke Lounge in Nob Hill, and Playground in Lower Pacific Heights are just a few options.

And when the group wants to relax after a long day of taking in the sights, smells, and tastes of San Francisco, there are chill hookah lounges where everyone can hit the pause button and mellow out with puffs of smooth, flavored tobacco. Two Tenderloin hookah haunts are 724Hookah, and Nile Café and Hookah Lounge.

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