3 Things To Do During Fall in San Francisco
Thank goodness Winter is over. While the rest of the country may be cooling down and fall is in full effect, in San Francisco this means Indian Summer is here! For those of you who are unfamiliar, the weather in San Francisco is actually warmer now than it is in during the actual Summer Season. In fact, the best time to visit San Francisco is now between September through Early December. It’s the season every San Franciscan looks forward to most, yet it seems none of the tourists have caught on. So, how exactly do you pull off fall in low 70s weather? The answer - Sleeveless turtle necks. Check out my outfit details below and in case you need more persuading, here are 3 more reasons to book a trip to the City By the Bay in the fall:
1. Outdoor Activity
SF fall is the best season to be outdoors. Biking across the Golden Gate, sailing in the bay, strolling down Chestnut Street, hiking in the headlands, bonfire at Ocean Beach, brunching at an outside table on Union Street or picnic at Crissy Field. You got some options.
2. Wine Tasting
This the best time of year to go tasting in wine country during the wine harvest. Just short of 60 miles from San Francisco, you can access some of the best wine in the country. Here are some of my favorite vineyards to try Hall Wineries , Ridge and Duckhorn Vineyards and Alpha Omega Winery
3. Holiday Shopping
SF is ranked #3 top shopping destination in the US. In the city, you have a plethora of neighborhoods to shop until you drop. Union Square, Chestnut and Union Street have always been the classic places, but my all time favorite would have to be Fillmore Street. Located between Japantown and Pacific Heights, this street has been named one of America's best shopping streets by US News. It has everything a girl could want from the Dry Bar to Intermix, Starbucks to Brunch spots and more.
Rag & Bone Jeans • Sweater • Steve Madden Heels • Kate Spade Purse • Sonix iPhone Case
Where is your favorite spot to shop during the holidays? I'd love to hear! Xo!