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San Francisco/ Napa itinerary for a group of 8 - new to area

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San Francisco/ Napa itinerary for a group of 8 - new to area

kellysv | Jun 26, 2011 12:23 PM

I'm planning at 4 day trip to San Francisco in late September for 4 couples - we like great food but not a stuffy or formal atmosphere. We haven't been before but each fall we do a food centric trip together.

Wednesday night arrive about 9 pm - we might be up for a bite after - thinking of Foreign Cinema.

Thursday: Ferry market building - for bakeries and breakfast, take the cable car to Pacific Heights - either a casual lunch or To Go for a picnic - Out the Door, Swan Oyster Depot. We're staying at the W so thought close to the hotel for dinner - either Cotogna or Perbacco.

Friday: Dynamo donut for breakfast (my husband loves good pastries and donuts), pick up a picnic at Tartine for Twin Peaks. Dinner either at Frances or Flour and Water

Saturday - rent a car and drive to Pt Reyes, Healdsburg - lunch at Barndiva, then dinner somewehere on the way back - maybe Cyrus, Redd, Bottega - looking for somewhere more casual - preferably outdoors with a great view. We may stop at a vineyard or olive farm

Sunday - pick up at Greens for Presidio park, dinner at Cotogna for their Sunday night dinner if this is doable for a 9pm flight out

Are there good bakeries around the W? Is this a reasonable itinerary with good variety or are there better places to go?

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Perbacco
230 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111

Swan Oyster Depot
1517 Polk St, San Francisco, CA 94109

Foreign Cinema
2534 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94110

Barndiva
231 Center St, Healdsburg, CA 95448

Out the Door
1 Ferry Bldg Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94111

Bottega
6525 Washington Street Suite A9, Yountville, CA 94599

Cotogna
490 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133

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