Come Early, Stay Later!
Your days in Sonoma Wine Country will fly by. We encourage you to come a few days early or stay a few days later with an option of visiting San Francisco. Either before or after your Sonoma Wine Country adventure.
One of the most popular, romantic and exciting cities in the world, San Francisco is not to be missed. This city has endless restaurant options, colorful neighborhoods, spectacular vistas and a new experience around every corner.
Explore the diverse cultures of the City, as it's known locally. Inclusive, refreshing, engaging, exciting and stimulating, you can relax, breathe and be yourself. San Francisco is a city that lives with its arms open for visitors.
"If you’re alive, you can’t be bored in San Francisco. If you’re not alive, San Francisco will bring you to life……San Francisco is a world to explore. It is a place where the heart can go on a delightful adventure. It is a city in which the spirit can know refreshment every day. -William Saroyan
Atmani's top SF hotels for spring 2015
Upscale lodging with a Japanese bent boasting koi ponds, a Zen garden and an extensive on-site spa.
An historic hotel in a legendary city, Hotel Adagio takes the vibrancy of San Francisco a step further with a new level of warmth, service and sophistication. From world-class shopping, dining, arts and entertainment, Hotel Adagio puts guests in the heart of downtown.
The rich and detailed design of San Francisco's Petite Auberge welcomes you to a world of French provincial enchantment.
Atmani's top SF food spots for spring 2015
Not that many people equate the former Soviet Union with freshness and abundance, but that might soon change. Once people get used to Post Soviet, a pop-up farm:table that’s now happening most Monday mornings and early afternoons. 754 Post, San Francisco.
A no-frills oyster bar and an unassuming fish market. Family owned for decades, this is a cash only place with fresh fish and a line always out the door. 1517 Polk St, San Francisco.
The bison head covered in glass hexagon tiles that guards the bar tells you a lot about Buffalo Club. It’s a mash-up of country tavern taxidermy and a gaudy discotheque’s icon. It says that this place might have both feet planted on Mission Street, but it doesn’t mean things aren’t going to get a little fancy. 2331 Mission Street, San Francisco.
A San Francisco urban wine bar and restaurant that boasts modern interpretations of traditional American and regional French cuisine with an extensive wine list.
Atmani's top spring specials, its a crazy fun city!
Ahmed, who is the owner, is a true entertainer, a "dirty" story teller and an amazing chef. A concept not to miss. Welcome to SF, baby.
Across from the Castro Theatre, Blush! is a cozy pre-movie place to grab a drink. With jazz nights on Thursdays and subtle background music other nights, this bar is a low-key Castro option. Featuring a comprehensive list of nearly 100 wines stored in proper wooden racks, Blush! serves the amateur and oenophile alike.