By: Kyrie Sismaet By: Kyrie Sismaet | December 16, 2022 | Food & Drink People Travel & Recreation Wine and Spirits City Life Culture Best of the Bay Neighborhoods Clubs and Bars Trends Entertainment Local Community List - Restaurants Apple News
We asked, you answered! San Francisco is truly a community-driven city, and thanks to our devoted participating readers and followers, we are able to gain some grassroots insight as to what were the truly beloved restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and even fun facts are here in 2022! Take a look at these incredibly vast Instagram survey responses to see if your favorite aspects of San Francisco match the adoring consensus.
San Francisco is undoubtedly a culinary hub for the most culturally diverse, innovatively adventurous, and historically-renowned cuisine. From longstanding timeless steakhouses, to Michelin Star superstars and talented taquerias, feast your eyes upon these favorite city eateries of 2022.
Just as San Francisco is globally-acclaimed for its restaurant pantheon, the ingenious bar and mixology scenes here are equally elevated and unparalleled. 2022 saw a grand return of indoor gatherings, and this compiled list denotes which ones the locals said they flocked to the most, from ritzy speakeasy lounges, to magnificently panoramic rooftops, classic neighborhood dives, and more.
What unequivocally energized San Francisco through 2022 was coffee! Our city by the bay is truly a caffeinated one, and these stunningly cute and cozy cafes topped our polls on where everyone grabbed a boldly flavorful pick-me-up this year.
From the Golden Gate Bridge originally planned to be striped black and yellow, to the fortune cookie beginning right in our storied Chinatown, this year we helped uncover some of the most outstanding and mind-blowing historical tidbits about the city. Here are some of the most notable fun facts we elucidated that captivated and stuck with our readers this year.
We can't wait to discover what diverse favorites San Francisco has in store for next year!
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