And off you go...

Make your way down the Embarcadero to stop in and check out the exhibition at Pier 24. Part photography, part museum, and entirely free, it's worth a visit.  It's available by appointment-only, which keeps the scene super mellow while you enjoy the art, so plan ahead.

After that head down the road into SoMa.

  • Bluxome Street Winery. Wine. Enough said. 
  • Local Brewing Co. Not feeling wine? Beers on tap only a few feet away.  
  • Les Clos. Cafe by day, wine bar by night.  Get a cheese board, sit at the wood bar and view old French films playing on the wall. 
  • Marlowe. Clean, inviting and lots of white, which makes everything on their plates pop even more with color. Also, burrata toast.
  • Cockscomb. Oysters, meat (a lot of it ), and a decent martini.
  • Darwin Cafe. On the lighter end, their massive kale salad and a glass of wine is phenomenal any time of day.  

Want to mix it up? Grab a drink at one, eats at another. Then it's time to call it a day. After all, you do have work tomorrow. 

Pier 24 | Pier 24 (obviously), Embarcadero
Bluxome Street Winery | 53 Bluxome St
Local Brewing Co | 69 Bluxome St
Les Clos | 234 Townsend
Marlowe | 500 Brannan St
Cockscomb | 564 4th St
Darwin Cafe | 212 Ritch St