If you feel a bit lost with the rules and regulations now put in place due to the coronavirus, don’t worry, most people are feeling the same. It is hard to keep up with the changes, especially when it comes to knowing which businesses are still open and which are not. With this in mind, we have put together a guide on what is open in San Francisco, CA, during the coronavirus; while we cannot name them all, we can give you an idea of a few places you can go at the moment.
- SAN FRANCISCO SEGWAY TOURS
At 2545 Powell Street you will find one of the only segway tour companies still open at the moment. What better way to explore this beautiful city than a guided tour that is both informative and fun. Anyone can join a tour, even if you have never ridden a segway before, the staff will be on hand to make sure you are always safe. In the words of the tour company – you will have the ride of your life.
If you are still the kind of person who prefers to have a real book in your hand rather than on a tablet, then you will be pleased with the latest opening of the bookstores in the area. Check out stores such as Dog Eared Books, Green Apple Books, or Alexander Book Company, and enjoy the sights and smells of a classic bookstore like before.
The combination of the glorious weather in California and the fantastic wine makes for the ultimate day out at one of San Francisco’s wineries. The tours and wine tastings are back open during this time, so if you need a break away from the reality of life then head on over to one of the local wineries and spend a day relaxing in the sun with a glass of vino in hand. The tours have limited capacity so book ahead, and expect to wear a face mask during your visit.
With so many restaurants having closed for large periods of time, the majority of people have had to learn to cook or adapt to having to cook night after night with no break. Suddenly, this luxury of eating out that many took for granted was taken away. However, things have turned around, and a lot of restaurants in San Francisco are back open – we have listed a few top choices below. Bear in mind that not every restaurant can cater to dine-in at the moment, so call them to check if they currently only have takeout and delivery options in place.
- Liholiho Yacht Club
- Lazy Bear
- La Ciccia
- Kokkari Estiatorio
- Rich Table
- House of Prime Rib
Of course, while it is great to be able to still support businesses no matter how big or small they are, it is crucial that you follow any policies in place during these visits in order to keep everyone and yourself safe during these times!
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