Come join us in experiencing San
Francisco after dark. The Crown Jewel of the Pacific glitters at night.
Beginning with a short drive through the culinary hub of our city renowned
for fine dining, we will proceed to a multi-course feast at one of Chinatown’s
Epicurean treasures. Dinner will be followed by an opportunity to work
off your gastronomic indulgence with a guided walking tour of the mysteries
and marvels of Chinatown. Back on wheels, we continue exploring the nocturnal
sights of the city on our way across the Bay Bridge to Treasure Island
for a spectacular view of the city certain to elicit memories for a lifetime.
San Francisco's is the largest Chinatown outside Asia.
A population of around 70,000 live in 30 square blocks. The gateway to
Chinatown at Bush and Grant Avenue was given to the city of San Francisco
by the Republic of Taiwan. Grant Avenue is San Francisco's first street
(formerly DuPont Street) and stands today as the center of Chinatown.
Streets are lined with shops and trading companies offering a variety
of colorful merchandise - silk, jade, artifacts and antiques. Restaurants
are excellent (Try House of Nan-King) Old St. Mary's Church, California
and Grant, built in 1852, is one of the few buildings to escape destruction
by the great fire of 1906.