New York City has Central Park and San Francisco has Golden Gate Park (which is actually bigger. Just saying). With lakes, gardens, fishing, hiking, wildlife, museums, and recreation areas, the park really has something for everyone.
Verdi's Rigoletto premiered in Venice in 1851 and had its first performance with San Francisco Opera in 1923. Its continuous box office appeal is due primarily to the glorious arias composed for its three principal characters.
While not exactly akin to a romp on white sands of South Beach, San Francisco summers mean late sunsets, and provocative seasonal nibbles. Take a peek at some of these nifty ideas for enjoying summer around the 415.