One of the most scenic cities on the planet and a leader in retail innovation, San Francisco now boasts more restaurants per capita than any other US city. But whether you are an inveterate shopper or an unrepentant foodie, it has much more to offer the casual visitor. With numerous and diverse neighborhoods, such as Japantown, Haight-Ashbury and the Castro, each with its own distinct character and makeup, and a variety of landscapes to explore, from the natural beauty of Golden Gate Park and Lands End to the serenity of Alcatraz island. Explore the organic appeal of the General Store with its amazing assortment of new and vintage home goods and then head up the street for a sundowner and dinner surrounded by the beach dcor of Outerlands. Or marvel at the incredible murals of Clarion Alley before stepping back in time to dance the night away at the Make Out Room in the Mission. Newer destinations such as 24th Street or Dog Patch with the unique galleries at Minnesota Street Project keep the assortment fresh. Round it out with world-class museums, architecture and music festivals and you have one of the greatest cities on Earth.