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Coisas para fazer em São Francisco

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Lugar para tomar café da manhã
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“I like cozy bistros and Zazie is my favorite of many in San Francisco. It's four blocks away on Cole Street, a 10 minute walk at most. Zazie is extremely well known for its weekend brunches. If you decide to go for brunch be prepared for a very long wait (check their site for reservation policies). But if you get there when they open on a weekday, you'll probably get in quickly. It's pretty easy to get a table for dinner, especially if you go early. https://www.zaziesf.com”
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Jardim
“Popular gardens with a Japanese teahouse & narrow paths winding past koi ponds, pagodas & a bridge. Free admissions before 10am on weekdays. 1.6 miles away.”
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Bairro
“This is a historic area where the hippie movement began. Now there are interesting shops and coffee shops along Haight street. You can probably walk through Haight street on the way to GGP or on the way back. https://www.extranomical.com/HTML_PAGES/HAIGHT_ASHBURY.htm ”
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Restaurante Italiano
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“Awesome Italian spot with an amazing bar and cocktail menu to boot. Be prepared to wait (they don't take reservations) but worth every minute of waiting.”
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Point of Interest
“Great views of the city. The lower level of the tower has some very interesting murals from the 1940's. Visitors can view them for free. You can also often see the birds of Telegraph hill by going up the Filbert steps. There are many beautiful garden on that route as well. If you don't want to climb all the stairs, we recommend accessing the tower from North Beach.”
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Cafeteria
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“A San Francisco institution, this coffee joint does it a little differently - no espresso drinks, only pour-over, and they specialized in flavored drinks. Our personal fave is the Mocha Tesora. Take your coffee to-go and head to Noe Valley Park across the street.”
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Shopping Plaza
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“This is a short walk west from Fisherman’s Wharf. Originally, it was the factory for Ghirardelli Chocolates. Now converted into shops and restaurants. While you are there, you can stop by the Ghirardelli shop for an ice cream sundae or hot chocolate”
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Cinema
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“Best place to see a movie in SF. What could be better than delicious cocktails and food delivered right to your seat?”
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Restaurante Americano
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“A popular place for brunch and dinner $$$. They also have amazing sour dour loaves that you can buy for take-out after 5pm. Reservations are good to have if you want to eat inside, but not required.”
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Restaurante Americano
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“Filled with tourists, but a great place to get a drink and watch the sunset. Skip dinner.”
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Lugar para tomar café da manhã
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“delicious and very popular brunch spot (grab a coffee at Farley's while you wait)”
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Padaria
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“Light and airy coffee shop with light food. You can also get some good bread to take away. We get our sourdough starter from here.”
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Restaurante Italiano
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““Heavenly” handmade pastas are the main attraction at this high-profile Mission Italian, where chef Thomas McNaughton’s seasonally inspired creations also include “terrific” wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas and “unique” tasting menus, all delivered by an “energized staff”; tables in the “casual” space are still “a tough ticket”, so reserve far in advance or prepare to brave a “crazy wait.””
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Bar de Coquetéis
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“Cocktail bar with a constantly updated themed menu of drinks. Just go with it... the drinks are delicious :)”
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Restaurante latino-americano
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“Popular spot in the Mission for margs & small bites. One of SF's few rooftops.”
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Premise
“Coit Tower, a slender white concrete column rising from the top of Telegraph Hill, has been an emblem of San Francisco’s skyline since its completion in 1933, a welcoming beacon to visitors and residents alike.”
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