San Francisco

Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair when you head to the City by the Bay.

Home of the Summer of Love, freak folk, Rice-A-Roni, and rising bands like Two Gallants and Birdmonster, San Francisco breeds originality like Fox creates reality TV shows. The bad news: You can’t hop a cable car at every corner. The good news: You’ll never go thirsty for soy milk. MELISSA GOLDSTEIN

City Guide :: San Francisco

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846 Divisadero St., San Francisco
This cozy, low-lit, deep-dish pizza institution is pretty much always packed. No matter. Chill at the bar with a glass of the reasonably priced Cotes du Rhone, and when you finally get a table, order the Little Star — a spinach, tomato, ricotta, and mushroom slice of heaven, if heaven had an awesome cornmeal crust.

1805 Geary Blvd., San Francisco