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Cable car necklace by Erica Weiner, $300.
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Animal-and-floral print tee from Topshop, $75.
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Purple twill skinny jeans by J Brand, $176.
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Bag by Virginia Johnson, $310.
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Bike by Missoni for Target, $399.
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Ziggy chair by Urban Outfitters, $310.
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Gregory Peck glasses by Oliver Peoples, $315.
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Alcatraz candle by Astier De Villatte, $75.
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Golden Gate Bridge print by RDDphotography, $30.
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Tote bag by Chester Wallace, $150.

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J. Crew chambray shirt from Mr. Porter, $98.
It may be tempting to hit all of San Francisco’s traditional haunts—Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39, Alcatraz—but the city’s true gems lie in its culture-rich neighborhoods. Set up camp at Crescent, a Union Square boutique hotel. After a bite at Stable Cafe in the Mission District, spend the morning perusing shops such as The Bell Jar and The Curiosity Shoppe. Then head to Tyler Florence’s Wayfare Tavern for dinner and ask where you can find one of the city’s many speakeasies for a stiff cocktail. Recover the next morning with the city’s best Bloody Mary—and an eclectic crowd—at Zeitgeist. After a few hours spent bumping elbows with leather-clad bikers, Mission slackers and bike messengers, you’ll feel right at home.—Elizabeth Doyle

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