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Sites and Eats of San Francisco, California

Golden State Bridge

One of the most popular travel destinations for famous movie sites and excellent culinary options, San Francisco will host the 2020 ISPE Facilities of the Future conference. During your free time at this year’s conference, explore creative pieces of local art, prime entertainment, and sought-after foodie spots.

Discover Good Eats

Enjoy rustic Italian cuisine at Cotogna, who pride themselves in bringing together healthy ingredients and a lively atmosphere. With a new menu everyday, this fine dining space contributes to San Francisco’s renown dining options, loved by visitors and long-time residents. Soto Mare, Oysteria and Seafood restaurant is a popular spot for expertly prepared and delicious seafood. Dishes ranging from seafood pasta, risotto, to Boston style clam chowder, this spot will surely satisfy your cravings.

Soto Mare, Oysteria and Seafood restaurant

Celebrate the Arts

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

See thought-provoking artworks at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, including sculpture, paintings, and more creative works from both local and international artists. Historic paintings and photography will make your trip memorable specifically through artistic and cultural enrichment. San Francisco hosts famous artists such as Frida Kahlo and Georgie O’Keefe. The San Francisco MOMA works directly with artists and presents their work with passion and purpose.

Adventure Awaits

Start your journey with California’s icon, the Golden Gate Bridge overlooking the beautiful San Francisco bay. As the most photographed site in all of San Francisco, you’ll want to find one of the several vantage points and view the remarkable blue waters. Along with shops and waterfront views, Fisherman’s Wharf is the must-stop destination for seafood. Ride the ever-famous cable cars, first introduced in 1873, to complete your San Francisco experience.

Golden Gate Bridge