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Have you been to San Francisco? Are you a long-distance admirer of the City? If your answer is yes, The KeyRocket Team could use a little help deciding where to go during their field trip! Leave your suggestions in the comments field below. We’ll sort through and pass the best tips along.

2 Responses to “Help KeyRocket Find Cool Destinations in San Francisco!”

  1. Philipp

    Hotel Accommodation:
    If you’re looking for a hotel, check Carlton Hotel on Sutter and Larkin. Comfortable, affordable and the nicest hotel-staff you can get. And free wine in the lobby, I think on Wednesdays

    Breakfast:
    If you aren’t vegan or vegetarian but rather the opposite, try Golden Coffee on Sutter an Leavenworth. It’s a family-run greasy spoon and you get no tourists but locals sit next to you on the counter for bacon & eggs.

    Fashion:
    Urban Outfitters in Downtown SF. By no means comparable to the Berlin-Mitte version. Just in case you get sick of the Lederhosen.

    Tech:
    Take any Apple device you have with you and bring it to the Downtown Apple Store when you arrive in SF. Pick it up when you leave. It’ll feel like new and it will be for free if you bring the receipt.

    Enjoy your time in SF – what a great experience it will be to be part of Disrupt and spending time in SF!

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  2. Scott Wheeler

    For startup-y stuff, I’d recommend dropping into:

    The Hacker Dojo, Mountain View: co-working space with a lot of startup-related people and activities – http://www.hackerdojo.com/

    Red Rock Coffee, Mountain View: kind of the standard Mountain View startup coffee shop; always lots of people in there working on startups – http://www.redrockcoffee.org/

    Antonio’s Nut House, Palo Alto: the only tolerable bar in Palo Alto, a mix of startup people and Stanford graduate students – http://www.antoniosnuthouse.com/

    Molly McGee’s, Mountain View: the best bar in Mountain View, which isn’t saying much. Even worse than Antonio’s, but a lot of startup people from Castro Street go there after work – http://www.mollysmtview.com/

    San Francisco is lot more diluted startup-wise, but most of the startup offices are in SoMa and a lot of the folks that work at startups tend to live in The Mission, which is also a good district for grabbing beer. Zeitgeist is a good starting point there: http://www.zeitgeistsf.com/

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