Moon MapGuide San Francisco
By Robin Rinaldi
Fourth Edition, December 2015
Price: $14.99 USD
Moon MapGuide San Francisco is the definitive full-color guide to the hottest sights, shops, hotels, restaurants, and amusements that this world-class city has to offer. In this sleek guide, journalist and San Francisco expert Robin Rinaldi highlights San Francisco’s top sights as well as the hangouts only the locals know about. With vivid color photos and discreet fold-out maps, this guide shows visitors where to shop in Haight-Ashbury, dine in Hayes Valley, and grab a drink in the Mission. Easy-to-use, concise, and compact, Moon MapGuide San Francisco covers all the must-see neighborhoods from North Beach to the Castro and beyond.
Using Moon MapGuide San Francisco:
Two Ways to Navigate: Scan the map to find locations in your area to visit or explore, or browse listings to find a specific place you want to visit.
Orientation Essentials: Landmarks, shopping districts, and Metro stops are always prominently marked on the map, so it’s easy to find your bearings.
Color-Coded: Color grid coordinates pinpoint locations on each map, eliminating time-consuming searches.
Robin Rinaldi has lived most of her adult life in California. She spent nine years in San Francisco, where she was executive editor of 7×7, a glossy magazine covering the city’s culture, dining, and nightlife. When she wasn’t working in Union Square (and discovering its hidden lunch spots), she was walking the hills of the Castro, seeing live music at The Fillmore, lining up for morning buns outside Tartine Bakery, and cheering on the Giants at AT&T Park. Robin has profiled many of San Francisco’s politicians, artists, and designers, relishing the bohemian reputation and progressive antics of her favorite city. If she had to pick one idyllic spot to spend an afternoon – other than in a motorboat on San Francisco Bay – it would be the crowded aisles of City Lights Bookstore.
An experienced food and arts writer, Robin wrote an award-winning food column for Philadelphia Weekly and is the author of two books on dance. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times and O, The Oprah Magazine, among other publications. Her most recent book is a memoir, The Wild Oats Project: One Woman’s Midlife Quest for Passion at Any Cost. She now resides in Los Angeles, but makes the drive up I-5 on a regular basis to visit her adopted hometown on the Bay.