San Francisco

What’s more, San Francisco’s culinary community has a proud commitment to sourcing fresh and local ingredients. The city’s farmers markets are a cultural experience with over 50 to choose from in the Bay Area. Many of these markets showcase small, regional producers and are frequented by renowned chefs.
San Francisco’s dining scene moves quickly and new hotspots emerge regularly. But timeless eateries like Boudin’s – with its famous sourdough bread bowl clam chowder – and Tartine Bakery continue to be crowd-pleasers. For dessert, San Franciscans rave about Bi-Rite Creamery’s ice cream and Golden Gate Bakery’s egg tarts.The city has fantastic ethnic neighborhoods, such as Chinatown, including Japantown and the Richmond, which are also notable for their Asian cuisine. The Mission is a famous spot for its Mexican food, where La Taqueria claims to offer the best burrito. If you want to experience a guided tour of San Francisco’s dining scene, you’ll have the chance to taste some amazing eats while getting an overview of the city’s ever-evolving culinary landscape.