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Yoga: The Art of Transformation is the world’s first major art exhibition about yoga. It explores yoga’s fascinating history and its transformation into a global phenomenon with millions of practitioners. Highlights include stunning masterpieces of Indian sculpture and painting; pages from the first illustrated book of yoga postures (asanas); and a Thomas edison film, Hindoo Fakir (1902), the first american movie ever produced about India.

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Yoga: The Art of Transformation was organized by the arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution with support from the Friends of the Freer and Sackler Galleries, the art Mentor Foundation Lucerne and the ebrahimi Family Foundation. Presentation at the asian art Museum is made possible with the generous support of Helen and Rajnikant Desai, The bernard Osher Foundation, e. Rhodes and Leona b. Carpenter Foundation, Kumar and Vijaya Malavalli, Society for asian art, and Walter & elise Haas Fund. Media sponsors: abC7, San Francisco examiner, KQeD, San Francisco magazine. Image: Three aspects of the absolute (detail), page 1 from a manuscript of the Nath Charit, 1823, by bulaki (Indian, active early 1800s). India; Rajasthan state, former kingdom of Marwar, Jodhpur. Opaque watercolor, gold, and tin alloy on paper. Courtesy of the Mehrangarh Museum Trust, RJS 2399.


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City Sights Built on 43 hills, covering 49 square miles and surrounded by water on three sides, San Francisco

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The Golden Gate Bridge (Highway 101 North) links San Francisco with Marin County. Before its completion in 1937, the bridge was considered unbuildable because of foggy weather, 60-mile-perhour winds and strong ocean currents sweeping through a deep rugged canyon below. At a cost of $35 million, the 1.2-mile bridge took more than four years to build. Eleven men lost their lives during construction. Often shrouded in thick fog, the bridge sways 27 feet to withstand winds of up to 100 miles per hour. The color of the bridge, known as International Orange, was chosen because it blends well with the bridge’s natural surroundings. The two great cables contain enough strands of steel wire (80,000 miles) to encircle the equator three times. The concrete poured into its piers and anchorages would pave a fivefoot wide sidewalk from New York to San Francisco. Pedestrians and bicyclists are allowed across the bridge on pathways with sweeping views of the City, Alcatraz and the Marin Headlands. The bridge toll for vehicles is $6 collected electronically at the toll plaza when entering San Francisco (no cash payment). Electronic options include FasTrackŽ and pay-by-plate (toll invoice). A toll invoice is mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle.

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tools to break out of their cells, the inmates made their way off the island using rafts and inflatable life vests made from prison issued raincoats. Many still speculate whether or not the inmates survived the cold and rough waters to reach land and the US Marshals continue to hunt for the escapees. In 1963 the decision to close Alcatraz was made by US Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Alcatraz desperately needed repair from extensive salt-water and air corrosion at a time when budgets were being cut. At three times the operating expenses of other penitentiaries, Alcatraz was simply too costly to keep open. The isolation (and hence lack of natural resources) that had made the island such an attractive site for a maximum-security prison ultimately sealed its fate. “The Rock” is now a popular tourist attraction. The 12-acre island is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and is accessible only by Alcatraz Cruises boats which depart daily from Pier 33 near Fisherman’s Wharf on the Embarcadero. To avoid disappointment, purchase Alcatraz tickets well in advance. In summer months and on holiday weekends, Alcatraz sells out as early as 3-4 weeks in advance. On days when the Alcatraz tour is sold out, consider a bay cruise which passes close to the island for photos. Be aware that to reach the cellhouse visitors must walk up a steep hill. The distance from the dock to the cellhouse is approximately 1/4 mile and equivalent to a 13-story climb. Visitors unable to make this climb may take advantage of an hourly electric shuttle. A self-guide brochure of Alcatraz Island (printed in English, Spanish, Italian, Spanish, German or Japanese) is available at the dock for a fee. For more information: baycityguide.com/alcatraz For Alcatraz tickets go to: guideyou.com

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San Francisco’s fishing fleet is docked on the Jefferson Street promenade. Take an early morning stroll down “Fish Alley” (Jefferson between Hyde and Jones) to view the fishermen at work. Family entertainment is the specialty along Jefferson Street with attractions such as the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum and the Red & White Fleet, offering bay cruises with awardwinning narration in 12 languages. Ghirardelli Square, once home to the world-famous chocolate factory features a Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop with displays of the original chocolate-making machines. Experience San Francisco’s authentic maritime history at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park which extends from Aquatic Park to Hyde Street Pier, the only floating National Park. Board the world’s largest collection of historic ships. The USS Pampanito,


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a WWII submarine museum and memorial is open to the public at Pier 45. PIER 39, a renovated cargo pier, is home port to the Blue & Gold Fleet and offers two levels of specialty shops and destination dining with over 20 restaurants including Hard Rock Cafe. Aquarium of the Bay, RocketBoat (seasonal) and the handcrafted San Francisco Carousel are popular family attractions. The famous sea lions make their home on K-Dock (seasonal). Fisherman’s Wharf is famous for its Italian seafood restaurants with waterfront views. Vendors along Jefferson Street sell Dungeness crab from steaming cauldrons and clam chowder in a sourdough bread bowl, a signature San Francisco dish. Other activities at Fisherman’s Wharf include shoping at Anchorage Square, bicycle rentals and wine tasting.

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Atop Telegraph Hill is the 210-foot Coit Tower, built with funds left to the City by philanthropist Lillie Hitchcock Coit for the beautification of San Francisco. Due to Coit’s admiration for the fire fighters who fought the 1906 earthquake fires, many believe the tower was designed in the shape of a fire hose nozzle. The view from atop the east side of the tower spans 360 degrees. Inside, you’ll find a history museum and murals that depict working life in 1930s California. The Tower is closed through June 2014 for repairs.

r the haight

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The history of the Haight is as colorful as the Victorian architecture that lines the streets of this neighborhood. The Haight Ashbury community is universally recognized for its creativity and diversity expressed by the hybrid mixture of shops, residents, and its landmark place in history. The style and ingenuity that started in the sixties still rings true today.

r Lombard street

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Located in the Russian Hill district, Lombard Street is known as “the crookedest street in the world” because of its eight sharp turns on a 40-degree slope. The turns, known as switchbacks, were built in the 1920s to allow traffic to descend the steep incline. The street zigzags around beautiful flowers and shrubs and offers a nice view of the bay. There are stairways (without curves) on either side of the street for pedestrians. The descent begins at Hyde Street.

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Nearly 514 blocks of San Francisco, including much of Nob Hill and Van Ness Avenue, were destroyed by the 1906 earthquake and fire. Many beautiful examples of nineteenth-century Victorian architecture were lost in the disaster. Today some 14,000 Victorians have been preserved


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west of Van Ness Avenue in the Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights and Alamo Square districts. Distinguished by their design features, the three styles of Victorians include the Italianate, the Stick and the Queen Anne. Postcard Row is possibly the most photographed spot in the City. These colorful Victorian houses or “Painted Ladies” with the San Francisco skyline in the backdrop have graced many postcards and movie scenes. Capture the view from the center of the park on the edge of Alamo Square at Steiner and Hayes streets.

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The Embarcadero is a waterfront boulevard lined with elegant palm trees, historic pier structures, hip eateries and luxury apartments and condominiums. San Francisco’s eastern waterfront has emerged as one of the City’s most exciting new neighborhoods. The Ferry Building serves as the marker from which piers are numbered, odd numbers are located to the north and even numbers to the south. Located inside is the Ferry Building Marketplace which consists of gourmet shops and restaurants. An outdoor farmer’s market is held Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. Now open at Pier 15 on the Embarcadero is the magnificent new home of the Exploratorium, a hands-on interactive science museum.

r F Line Riding a Muni F-line vintage streetcar is a fun way for visitors to view the San Francisco Bay, Coit Tower and famous Fisherman’s Wharf. The fleet of restored streetcars includes international and domestic trolleys from the 1920s and ’30s. The popular F-line runs a total of five miles beginning at its western terminal in the Castro district, down Market Street to the Embarcadero and ending at Jones and Beach streets in Fisherman’s Wharf.

r C able cars The cable car was introduced to San Francisco on August 2, 1873. Wire-cable manufacturer Andrew Hallidie conceived the idea after witnessing an accident in which a horse-drawn carriage faltered and rolled backward downhill dragging the horses behind it. The first cable car to descend down Clay Street on Nob Hill was an immediate success. Besides creating a vital link in San Francisco’s public transportation system, the cable car opened the door for building on steep hills which until this time was thought to be impossible. Throughout the 1890s, eight transit companies operated 600 cars which covered 21 cable car routes and a total of 52.8 miles. Cable cars remained the primary mode of transportation until the 1906 earthquake.

The quake and the fires that followed destroyed most of the cable car system, and as the City rebuilt, few lines were restored. A municipal railway replaced most lines. San Francisco’s beloved cable cars are the only vehicles of their kind still in operation and are designated National Landmarks.

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As you pass through the dragon-adorned Pagoda Gates on Grant Avenue at Bush Street, your senses will be tempted by the aroma of ethnic cuisine, bright neon and the sound of foreign languages. The heart of Chinatown is Portsmouth Square where San Francisco’s first Chinese immigrants settled in the 1850s. Today, Chinatown is home to more than 10,000 of San Francisco’s Chinese residents. Visitors will find traditional herb pharmacies, temples, fortune cookie factories, garment factories, fresh produce markets, seafood and poultry shops, and many fine restaurants.

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North Beach, tucked between Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf, is a favorite gathering spot for visitors and locals alike. Waves of immigrants have created a diverse ethnic mix in North Beach which is often compared to Paris’ Left Bank. Today, the area is predominantly Italian and known as Little Italy of the West. The Beat Generation of the 1950s is rooted in this eclectic San Francisco neighborhood. City Lights Bookstore at 261 Columbus Avenue was Allen Ginsberg’s publisher and at the movement’s center. It’s the restaurants, however, that draw the crowds to North Beach, and you won’t be disappointed with any selection that you make. Traditional cafes, Italian delicatessens selling homemade ravioli, and bakeries offering tempting pastries line Columbus Avenue. At the heart of North Beach is Washington Square, a grassy piazza where the Church of Saints Peter & Paul is located.

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Immerse yourself in the rich cultural traditions of Mexico and Latin America on Mission Street, where visitors can enjoy lavish murals, savory foods and a dazzling range of traditional and avant-garde art. One of the City’s oldest structures is Mission Dolores, the sixth Franciscan mission along El Camino Real. Valencia Street has become the epicenter of the gentrified Mission District. The desirable neighborhood commands high rents and is home to many of the City’s “must-try” eateries, hippest boutiques and coolest bars and clubs. Just a couple of blocks away, and parallel to Valencia, is Dolores Street. From the top of the hill, Dolores Park offers a spectacular downtown view and is a favorite local gathering spot, especially on sunny days.


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r GOLDEN GATE PARK

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Golden Gate Park is among the world’s greatest urban parks. Approximately three miles long and a half mile wide (1,017 acres), this treasure is covered with grassy meadows, wooded bike trails, secluded lakes, open groves and gardens. The Conservatory of Flowers, built in 1879 and modeled after London’s Kew Gardens, is a glass Victorian displaying a paradise of flowers. The park’s main attractions include two newlyrebuilt museums, the de Young Museum and California Academy of Sciences which features a living roof and indoor rainforest. The Japanese Tea Garden is a four-acre refuge of traditional Japanese architecture, koi ponds and bamboo trees. San Francisco Botanical Gardens contains the Garden of Fragrance, the MoonViewing Garden and the New World Cloud Forest.

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The Castro, an international symbol of gay pride, has one of the City’s richest histories. Populated by dairy farms on the slopes of Twin Peaks in the 1880s, the Castro district today is a thriving neighborhood of restored Victorian homes, bars, shops and restaurants. Community activism, born in the ‘60s and

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Once a posh playground for San Francisco’s elite, former presidents and writers such as Mark Twain, the current Cliff House and Sutro Bath ruins overlook Ocean Beach and Seal Rocks. Ocean Beach is a three-mile stretch of Pacific coastline and a great spot to view a sunset.

r bay bridge/ treasure Island (SF Map: r7) The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge opened in 1936 and links San Francisco with the East Bay. The new East self-anchored suspension span of the bridge is 2.2 miles and allows pedestrians and bicycles (currently ending short of Yerba Buena Island). r

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r m u ir w o o ds & S au sa l ito Muir Woods is located 17 miles northwest of San Francisco just off Highway 1. The park was named after naturalist John Muir who was instrumental in establishing the National Park system. This National Monument is made up of over 560 acres of redwood forest. Cathedral and Bohemian Groves contain the largest Coast redwoods – up to 252 feet tall and 14 feet across. The park is home to 50 species of birds, black-tailed deer, steelhead trout and hundreds of other “wild inhabitants.” U.S. Congressman William Kent and his wife Elizabeth had purchased the land to preserve its beauty and restful wilderness, and in 1908 they donated it to the federal governent to protect it from development. President Theodore Roosevelt declared Muir Woods the 10th national monument on January 9, 1908. Visitors are invited to explore the paved main trail which offers educational exhibits on the majestic redwood trees– some known to be 1,000 years old. There are six miles of walking trails and no cars are allowed in the redwood grove. Cool, shaded and moist year round, the park opens at 8am 365 days a year, though closing time varies seasonally. The park is. Daytime temperatures at Muir Woods average between 40 and 70 degrees Farenheit. Be prepared for rain if visiting the park from October to May. Eight miles north of San Francisco across the bay is the tiny bayside community of Sausalito. Arrival or departure by ferry is the best way to experience this Mediterranean-style community that is often compared to the French Riviera. Sausalito’s many attractions include Bridgeway Avenue, a quaint shopping district. After a day of touring, return to San Francisco by ferry. The Blue & Gold Fleet departs Sausalito for Pier 41. Golden Gate Transit departs Sausalito only to the Ferry Building.

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r APPAREL / FOOT WEAR The Bay Company A huge selection of gifts, San Francisco souvenirs and sportswear. Levi’s, Fox, Roxy Quicksilver and more. Huge selection at great prices. 496 Jefferson/Hyde (K2) 946-812 q Quality Value Clothes Factory Outlet Save 40-90% on first quality apparel sizes XS-3X. As seen on TV, USA’s #1 home shopping channel. Union Square, 16 Geary/Market (N7) 989-7455 Sports Basement Two huge warehouse outlets featuring top performance brands for biking, running, fitness, triathlons and more! 610 Mason (E1) & 1590 Bryant/15th Street (P12) 437-0100 q

r Art galleries Academy of Art University Galleries Non-profit galleries. FREE admission. 625 Sutter St.; 79 New Montgomery; 2801 Leavenworth. (800) 544-2787, academyart.edu.

r C amera Camera Zone SF’s Photo Specialty Dealer. Family owned & operated since 1980. Authorized dealer for all major photo brands. Open daily. Fisherman’s Wharf, 1365 Columbus/Beach (L2) 359-0957

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r FOOD & Win e Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop A visit to San Francisco wouldn’t be complete without a hot fudge sundae from this world famous chocolate maker. Ghirardelli Square (K2) 474-3938 q Jelly Belly Visit the Jelly Belly Visitor Center and take the free factory tour with samples. Enjoy the café and shopping in the gift store. Daily 9am-5pm. See ad pg. 16. Fairfield (800) 953-5592 JellyBelly.com  q Winery Collective Experience over 50 wines from Napa and Sonoma. Meet winemakers and get a taste of the wine country while visiting San Francisco. Open daily. 485 Jefferson/Hyde (K2) 929-9463  q

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r music stores Union Music Company San Francisco’s largest selection of brass and woodwind instruments and orchestral strings. Sales, rentals, repairs, accessories. 1710 Market/Gough (J10) 775-6043

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Attractions & Museums There’s no shortage of family fun in San Francisco, a playground for the young and the young at heart.

In addition to the City’s iconic attractions, a vast array of “only in San Francisco” experiences await you. Thrill seekers, history buffs, tech nerds, maritime aficionados – our City will not disappoint you! Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco’s most popular destination, is where the entertainment begins. Seeking a bit of culture? In a city known for its ethnic and cultural diversity, architecture and gorgeous surroundings, San Francisco museums are no exception. From masterpieces to multimedia, the City’s museums are among the finest in the world.

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r Attractions Aquarium of the Bay 300 feet of crystal clear tunnels bring you up close and personal with 20,000 of the Bay’s most amazing marine animals. Visit the Otters Up Close exhibit. PIER 39 (M2) 623-5300 q Exploratorium A 21st Century hands-on learning laboratory and interactive science museum. Discover, explore and tinker in an all-new facility on the Embarcadero, Pier 15. (P4) 528-4360 Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop A visit to San Francisco wouldn’t be complete without a hot fudge sundae from this world famous chocolate maker. Ghirardelli Square (K2) 474-3938 q Jelly Belly Visit the Jelly Belly Visitor Center and take the free factory tour with samples. Enjoy the café & shopping in the gift store. Daily 9am-5pm. See ad pg. 16. (800) 953-5592 JellyBelly.com q PIER 39 This transformed cargo pier on 45 acres has 90+ specialty shops and 14 full-service restaurants. Two levels of fun and entertainment for the entire family. Jefferson/PIER 39 (M2) 981-PIER q Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum This museum of the odd and unusual was inspired by the 1920s newspaper column “Believe It Or Not!” Mirror Maze fun! 175 Jefferson/ Mason (L2) 202-9850 q SF Maritime National Historical Park Hyde St. Pier fleet of Historic vessels, Maritime Museum,

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r Museums Academy of Art University Galleries Non-profit galleries. FREE admission. 625 Sutter St.; 79 New Montgomery; 2801 Leavenworth. (800) 544-2787, academyart.edu. Asian Art Museum One of the largest Asian art collections in the Western world featuring over

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r to do Blue & Gold Fleet Spectacular 1-hour narrated tour of the San Francisco Bay. Cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge and around Alcatraz Island. Departs frequently from PIER 39 (M2) 773-1188 q Canopy Tours What you’ll see will amaze you! From panoramic forest views to deep ravines, get an adrenaline rush - right in the heart of Sonoma County. (888) 494-7868 sonomacanopytours.com K1 Speed The place to race! Experience the thrill of indoor electric kart racing, drive the fastest go karts in the industry 7 days a week! 160 Beacon St., So. San Francisco, 94080 (650) 741-0215 k1speed.com q Red & White Fleet Sail under the Golden Gate & around Alcatraz aboard the 1-hr Golden Gate Bay Cruise in 12 languages, or enjoy the California Sunset Cruise. Pier 43½ or call (L2) 673-2900 Ride The Ducks Ride on the historic streets of San Francisco, splash into the Bay and cruise McCovey Cove, quack along with the captain. Drive if you want! Taylor/Jefferson (L2) 596-9929 q Winery Collective Experience over 50 wines from Napa and Sonoma. Meet winemakers and get a taste of the wine country while visiting San Francisco. Open daily. 485 Jefferson/Hyde (K2) 929-9463 $95 Alcatraz Package Sold out dates available! Includes Alcatraz ferry and cell house tour, 24-hour Hop-on Hop-off tour, Chinatown and North Beach walking tours. See p. 15. 775-1200, GuideYou.com $24 Bay Cruise Under the Golden Gate Bridge and Around Alcatraz Island This 1-hour narrated bay cruise sails under the GG Bridge and up close to Alcatraz! 775-1200, GuideYou.com $48 Deluxe City Tour 3.5 Hour San Francisco City Tour by luxury motorcoach, stops for photos! Includes hotel pick up. & drop off. Our best selling tour of San Francisco! See p. 2. 775-1200, GuideYou.com $45 Double-Decker Hop On Hop Off 2-Day pass, 20 stops at Golden Gate Bridge, Victorians, Wharf, Golden Gate Park and more. Sausalito, Night Tour, 3 walking tours. See p. 19 775-1200, GuideYou.com $52 Muir Woods Tours Wander through 1000-year-old giant redwood groves and then stop in Sausalito, a quaint Mediterranean-style seaside village. See p. 24-25. 775-1200, GuideYou.com r P4


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Downtown Medical Same day appointments, general medicine, gynecology, immunizations, STD’s. Urgent care. Lab and X-rays. Travelers health care. 450 Sutter/Powell (M7) 362-7177 Traveler Medical Group Available 24 hrs, 7 days a week. Provide high quality care. Office or hotel visits. Call for immediate appointment. 490 Post/Mason St., Ste. 225 (M7) 981-1102

City Rent-A-Car Featuring exotic, luxury and economy cars, SUVs, vans and trucks. We offer the lowest rental prices in San Francisco! 1433 Bush/ Van Ness (K7) 359-1331; cityrentacar.com

r Pharmacies Walgreen’s 24-Hr. Prescription Service 3201 Divisadero/Lombard 931-6417

r Travel Resourc es CityGuideDeals Download this helpful app from the iTunes Store, get many exclusive money saving coupons and mobile content from Bay City Guide. www.CityGuideDeals.com US Customs 555 Battery 782-9200 US Passport Agency 525 Market/1st St. Recorded Information 744-4444

airPORTS Oakland International Airport (OAK) Bay Bridge to Oakland, Hwy. 880 S.; exit Hegenberger Rd. BART to Coliseum, transfer to Air- BART shuttle (30-40 minutes). (510) 563-3300 San Francisco International Airport (SFO) From downtown San Francisco, take Hwy. 101 south to airport exit. Located 15 Miles south of downtown (20-30 minutes). (650) 761-0800

r AiRPORT SHUT TLE S American Airporter Shuttle Door-to-door, 24 hours, 7 days. 202-0733  q Quake City Shuttle Friendly, on-time, door-todoor service. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose airports. 255-4899 q San Francisco City Shuttle Service Residence, business, hotel. 822-2648 q

r LIMOUSINES Midnight Limousine Enjoy a luxurious and personal tour of SF, Napa or Sonoma. Offering a variety of luxury vehicles for as low as $65 per hour. See ad for details. (650)872-7059 midnightlimo.net SF’s Finest Limousines Offering private tours of the Napa/Sonoma Valleys. No need to ride a crowed bus. Fleet includes Sedans, SUV, Stretch Limousines, Hummer Stretch. (888) 833-5466 DOCTOR & MEDICAL SERVICES

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r MOTORC YCLE RENTAL Dubbelju Motorcycle Rentals First-class rentals since 1991: BMW, Harley, Triumph and Honda. As motorcyclists ourselves, we know your needs and we’ve ridden the roads we recommend. 495-2774

r pUBL IC TRANSPORTATION BART Links San Francisco with the East Bay and Daly City. In SF, trains run underground along Market Street. Stops at Embarcadero, Montgomery, Powell, Civic Center. 989-2278 Golden Gate Transit Serves Marin County and parts of Sonoma County. In San Francisco, buses stop on Lombard St., Van Ness Ave., Geary Blvd., Financial District, Transbay Terminal. 923-2000 Muni Passports Good for unlimited travel, available in 1-day ($15), 3-day ($23), 1-week ($29), or 1-month (Fast Pass, $66) increments. Cable Cars are $6 each way. 673-MUNI, sfmuni.com

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r parking garages Fifth & Mission Garage 833 Mission/5th St. (L8) 982-8522 Lombard Garage 2055 Lombard/Webster (H3) 440-1984 Moscone Center Garage 255 3rd St./Howard (N8) 777-2782 Sutter-Stockton 444 Stockton/Sutter (M6) 982-8370

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Asia SF World-famous transgender stars serve you superb Cal-Asian cuisine and perform a fabulous dinner show nightly atop the red runway bar. 201 Ninth St./Howard (K10) 255-2742 Beach Blanket Babylon Known for its zany hats, the nation’s longest-running musical revue pokes fun at current events and celebrities. Club Fugazi. 678 Green/Powell (M4) 421-4222

BATS Improv No. California’s most highly acclaimed, longest running improvised theatre company. Performances created on the spot, inspired by your suggestions! Fri. & Sat. nights (J2) improv.org

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Biscuits & Blues Hot biscuits and cool blues! Voted SF’s #1 blues club. Full restaurant serving real southern food, live music nightly. 401 Mason/Geary q Fauxgirls! SF’s favorite drag revue now in our 13th (M7) 292-2583, biscuitsandblues.com  Jazz Bistro Les Joulins Dine with live jazz. year! The third Thursday of every month: dinner Mouth-watering steaks, seafood and generous 7pm, show 8pm. No cover! Infusion Lounge, 2pub-BBB_BayCityGuide_2014_Generic.pdf 1 11/26/13 10:54 cocktails. Hottest jazz in UnionAMSquare. Prices are 124 Ellis St. (M8) 421-8700 x203 fauxgirls.com tres reasonable. 44 Ellis/Powell (M8) 397-5397

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r BARS & PUBS Pier 23 Cafe A small, funky roadhouse that sits over San Francisco Bay. Full restaurant and bar, waterside dining, great seafood, live music. Lunch, dinner. The Embarcadero at Pier 23 (P4) 362-5125 Sweeties Classic neighborhood bar in between North Beach & Fisherman’s Wharf. Full bar, tasty food. Casual atmosphere, free pool table, great juke box. 475 Francisco/Mason (M3) 433-2343

r DINNER DANCE & Sunset CRUISEs $54 California Sunset Cruise Enjoy amazing sunsets, a hearty appetizer buffet, drinks and live guitar music. Cruise past Alcatraz, Sausalito and under the Golden Gate. 775-1200 GuideYou.com Hornblower Cruises Views, gourmet cuisine, impeccable service aboard an elegant yacht. Dinner dance & supper club cruises, champagne cruises, special event cruises. Pier 3 (P2) 788-7020

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r view lounges Cliff House Ocean Terrace Enjoy amazing ocean views complete with a Pacific sunset. Light fare menu, cocktails and our famous desserts. Opens daily at noon. 1090 Point Lobos/Geary (A7) 386-3330

r Night clubs Ruby Skye Thurs. 8pm-2am; Fri.-Sat. 8pm-4am 420 Mason/Geary (M7) 693-0777

Temple Nightclub Fri.-Sat. 10-4 540 Howard/2nd St. (P8) 978-9942 Vessel Thurs.-Sat. 10pm-2am 85 Campton Pl./Stockon (N7) 433-8585

r adult entertainment Crazy Horse Gentlemen’s Club The Bay Area’s most beautiful exotic dancers! Admission good until closing. Private lounges, customer interaction. Near Union Square, 980 Market/6th St. (M9) 771-6259 q Gold Club A world class gentlemen’s club conveniently located in the heart of San Francisco, just one block from Moscone convention center. VIP bottle service. 650 Howard/3rd. Street (P8) 536-0300 Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club Over 100 erotic showgirls, centerfolds, models and actresses perform nightly. Full bar. VIP bottle service. All major credit cards accepted. 1031 Kearny/Broadway (N5) 434-1301 q Mitchell Brothers’ O’Farrell Theatre Voted “The place to go in San Francisco for live entertainment” by Playboy Magazine. Near Civic Center, 895 O’Farrell/Polk (K8) 776-6686  q New Century Theater Where the party lives! Exciting all nude entertainment with the naughty hotties. Open until 4am. 816 Larkin/O’Farrell (K7) 776-0212 newcenturysf.com q Penthouse Club & Steakhouse Where the magazine comes to life! SF’s top rated adult entertainment venue & steakhouse. 412 Broadway/ Montgomery (N5) 391-2800 penthousesf.com q r

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