Articles by Alex Resnik

Bernal Heights Park: San Francisco’s Roof

Bernal Heights Park: San Francisco’s Roof March 28, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Golden Gate Park, the Presidio, Twin Peaks, even our otherwise infamous Alcatraz Island — San Francisco is certainly not lacking in scenic spots. It’s a city of hills, after all, and what better way to see a city than to get above it? As a native Bay Arean, I was surprised to find a green...

Beer near BART: How to Stumble Back to the Hotel Safely

Beer near BART: How to Stumble Back to the Hotel Safely April 7, 2010 | Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Unlike most American cities, San Francisco’s public transportation is pretty damn good, thanks in large part to BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) lines covering San Francisco, the Peninsula, and the East Bay. Also unlike many American cities, San Francisco’s and northern California’s beer is world-class,...

Escape from SF: 5 Reasons to Leave the City this Spring

Escape from SF: 5 Reasons to Leave the City this Spring April 6, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
After a week of rainy, foggy weather, San Francisco has finally opened up to spring in its full glory. With clear, bright skies, hours and hours of sunlight, and a breeze to keep things cool, right now is a perfect time to get out and spend a day among the trees, grass, and everything else green and...

Mission Mexican: Controversy at Every Corner

Mission Mexican: Controversy at Every Corner April 6, 2010 | Food | Read More
Talk to a San Francisco local about the best food in their city and, if they’re not a complete snob, they’ll almost invariably mention the Mission District’s Mexican. Mission Street – especially between 16th and 24th – is chock-full of amazing Mexican eateries. Whether you want sadistically...