This tour will start in the heart of downtown San Francisco at Transamerica Redwood park. We will weave our way through the Financial District and the historical Jackson Square neighborhood as we discuss the influences and secrets of the Gold Rush. We will continue into North Beach and Chinatown to discuss the rich cultures and communities that make up these neighborhoods. Enjoy a variety of cuisine samples from the diverse communities of San Francisco, lead by guides who grew up there.
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Distance: 2.15 miles
Neighborhoods: Financial District, Jackson Square, North Beach, and Chinatown
Included: Cheese, Facatia Bread, Fine Cured Meats, Fresh Olives, Pastries, and Fortune Cookies
Cost: $50 per person
Start & Finish Locations
Meeting Location: In front of the fountain in the Transamerica Redwood Park. Best entrance - Clay Street between Montgomery & Sansome St.
Starting Location: Behind the Transamerica Pyramid in the Redwood Park - 600 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA, 94111.
Ending Location: Washington Square Park (North Beach) - Corner of Columbus Ave and Union Street, San Francisco, CA, 94133
Position: Guide & CEO
Contact: 1 + (415) 309-1925
Bio: Born & raised 5th generation San Franciscan, Stuart is a strong supporter of the city and has become an active member of the local community. Stuart loves exploring, BBQ's, local pubs, camping, snacks and lives with his cat he calls "Killer".
Position: Guide & Historian
Contact: 1 + (415) 797-7368
Bio: Born & raised 3rd generation San Franciscan, Gabe has a degree from SF State where he studied creative writing, CA history and urban studies. When he's not showing his friends the City, he's a freelance writer and a motorcycle educator.