Westover Winery makes 1,000-2,000 cases of wine per year in Castro Valley. Most of the varietals it works with Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Petite Verdoh, Petite Sirah, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon are grown locally. It also produces a large selection of dessert wines: Sherry, Muscat, and a number of flavored ports.
A park in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood next to St. Peter and Paul's Church, which appeared in the movie Dirty Harry. It is also home of the North Beach Festival.
Is your place to try out exotic and international beers, whether you’re looking for that brew you haven’t seen since El Salvador or are just bored with the selection at your local store.
Despite what everyone says about the Fillmore, the Warfield is most likely the best rock concert venue in San Francisco. Chalk it up to the entertainment inside and out, where on Market Street youll see the sleaziness of the strip club next door and crackheads from nearby Tenderloin taking a hit. With the tour van right around the corner, your favorite band may be wandering the streets beforehand to catch a glimpse of the action, too. Inside, the tiered levels ensure every place you stand youll have a decent view of the stage. And thanks to aggressive ushers to keep everyone in line, even things in the pit rarely get out of hand. If you need a moment to relax, head to the seating upstairs to sit back and enjoy the show.
With its high ceiling and unique interior, Vault specializes in American breakfast and lunch dishes, such as omelets and burgers.
A ferry terminal where you can catch the ferry to San Francisco.