Access Guides: San Francisco Restaurants
No other guides provide such instant and portable access to a destination as the "Access" series. Organized by neighborhood and filled with striking graphics and detailed maps, each "Access" guide lets you see at a glance where you are, where you're headed, and what special attractions await you just around the corner. Two-color-coded entries clearly highlight everything you need to know about where to find the city's best restaurants, fancy food shops, stores stocking the latest in bowls and platters and pots and pans for gourmets and gourmands, and where you'll discover bookshops that specialize in the art and preparation of food. Follow our well-charted trail; it's all you'll ever need and more.
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