MYSF Past Events
One of the many benefits from being MYSF certified is getting exclusive access to our fam events. MYSF events are designed to give you first-hand knowledge of the many different neighborhoods in San Francisco so that you can feel confident when enriching a visitor's experience. Please check out our past events below and feel free to become MYSF certified to gain exclusive invites to future events!
The tranquil and historic Presidio is one of the most awe-inspiring and beautiful parks in San Francisco, but it is also an epicenter of unique businesses and offerings. The MYSF community explored the Presidio for a familiarization event to get an inside look into some of the most popular attractions, public art installations, dining and more.
We met numerous unique Sunset business like the local artists at 3 Fish Studios who are dedicated to visually capturing the vibes of the Sunset and sharing it with the rest of the neighborhood through vibrant designs printed on various mediums.
Riding in style via Hornblower Classic Cable Cars, graduates basked in always sunny Bayview neighborhood visiting all the unique local businesses and restaurants.
Madame Tussauds played host to our graduates as we got to go on a scavenger hunt around the famous Madame Tussauds wax museum. Afterwards, we took a tour finding the hidden gems of the Fisherman's Wharf Community District starting at Bluxome Street Winery and ending at the Aquarium of the Bay for a night of delicious food and drink with the opportunity to network with the various businesses and restaurants
We crossed the Golden Gate Bridge to explore the wine country in beautiful Sonoma County. Graduates learned about the complexities of not just wine, but also delicious olive oil from B.R. Cohn Winery and experienced the craft of a good cocktail from Girl and the Fig's pop-up venue, Suite D.
Yerba Buena Neighborhood
One of the most heavily visited areas in San Francisco; Yerba Buena is home to many unique restaurants and museums. Graduates got to experience south of the Equator with Brazilian Steak House, Fogo De Chao, visiting many more eateries along the way such as enjoying signature meatballs from Delarosa.
We took the J streetcar to the Mission District to explore the vibrant and colorful Valencia Corridor in the beautiful Mission District neighborhood. The tour started off right with soft, hand-baked empanadas from Venga Empanadas followed by taking a walk on the wild side with Wild SF Walking Tours where graduates got to experience the rich history of the local neighborhood.
We learned about the local businesses in the SoMa neighborhood near South Beach. Graduates started their tour bowling at Lucky Strike and enjoying numerous interesting stops along the way such as partaking of delectable bites provided by Little Skillet at Victory Hall or enjoying a wine tasting from Jax Vineyards. Graduates got to end the tour in style by riding in a pedicab provided by Cabrio Taxi.