Restaurants and dining options in California

There\'s plenty to see and do in California. Whether you are the outdoor type or shopaholic, you\'ll find more than enough to keep you entertained. Choose from remote wilderness, monster roller coasters, culturally significant landmarks, intriguing exhibitions, or endangered animals. You won\'t be disappointed!

With a year-round growing season, a colorful mix of cultures from around the globe and artful chefs California is alive and cooking. It is also the most important wine growing area in the United States, producing 90 percent of the nations wine.

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On the border of the South of Market and financial districts, Waterbar is located on the South end of Rincon Park on San Francisco's scenic Embarcadero. Waterbar features panoramic views of the Bay and San Francisco skyline. Mondays - Shellfish & Champagne

Farallon, nominated as one of the best new restaurants in the country in 1997, by the James Beardnamed Foundation; chosen 2nd best restuarant in the bay area, September 1998, by the SF Chronicle Reader's Poll. Farallon, is the restaurant created by restaurateur/designer Pat Kuleto and chef Mark Franz. Kuleto, in concert with a team of the finest artisans in the country, created an undersea fantasy as the restaurant´s interior. Retaining the classic integrity of the original structure Kuleto introduced a bit of whimsy and romance.

Cafe Tiramisu is an attractive, modest trattoria outfitted with stylized murals of Pompeii and other Roman ruins. Your cheapest ticket to Italy.

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