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San Francisco Neighborhoods
San Francisco has more personality at the neighborhood level than most cities. Among the most exciting neighborhoods is Chinatown, where one can find all manner of exotic foods and curios while wandering among vibrant merchant stands, open markets and tightly packed shops. If you’re lucky enough to visit during the Chinese New Year celebration, prepare to be wowed.

The Mission District in San Francisco is home to the best burritos in town and a great place to go if you’re looking for local art or out-of-print first-edition books. Fisherman’s Wharf offers a wide range of attractions from the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park to the Aquarium of the Bay.

Also notable is The Castro, known as an epicenter of gay culture. Here, locals catch independent and classic films at the famous Castro Theatre, browse the fashionable boutiques, and honor iconic figures in LGBT history with visits to the GLBT Museum and the LGBT Walk of Fame. Cole Valley is host to some of the Golden City’s finest gustatory delights such as Zazie and PadrecitoUpper Market is home to some of the city’s most desirable nightclubs and restaurants, while Potrero Hill is where you'll find the respected Anchor Steam microbrewery, as well as many homegrown eateries and bakeries.

Top Employers
The dot-com boom of the 1990s saw large numbers of tech companies establish home bases in the Bay Area. Some of the top dogs in the area include Yahoo, Google, Twitter, Intuit, Cisco Systems, Yelp, Zynga, Pinterest, Airbnb, and Uber.

Local Attractions 
The Golden Gate Bridge is at the top of the list for places to see when visiting the Golden City. You can traverse this wonder of the modern world via open-air bus, rent a bicycle from a local vendor, or make the trek on foot. There are also lots of tours to choose from in San Francisco, but seasoned explorers say the Real SF Tour is among the best. The Palace of Fine Arts is another must-see and a perfect spot to hone your photography skills.

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