KRIS PICKS: Mel’s DinerFor the baby boomer rock lover, Mel’s Drive in will conger up memories of high school, soda jerks serving vanillas malts and teenagers hanging out in a booth. Nothing has changed at mel’s Doner, the inspiration for George Lucas’s “American Graffiniti”. The popular chain dried up in the 60s and 70s, making a huge comeback when the movie opened, Today, visitors can … Continue reading San Francisco: Eat to the Beat
A few more musician and celebrity dominated hotels to consider. Celeb sightings list below. Oh yeah… I name names! KRIS PICKS:Hotel Palomarhttp://www.hotelpalomar.com12 4th StSan Francisco, CA 94103(415) 348-1111 http://220.127.116.11/search?q=cache:sPgACQy4N_QJ:www.sfbayshop.com/pages/hotels.html+music+inspired+hotel+san+francisco+phoenix+triton&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=6&client=firefox-a The “W” Rock Star packages, SFhttp://www.starwoodhotels.com181 Third Street, San Francisco, 94103(415) 777-5300In at the Opera: music themed roomshttp://www.innattheoperahotel.com/GetSiteVirtualTourScreen.event The Clift Hotelhttp://www.clifthotel.com/495 Geary Street, San Francisco415-775-4700 There’s absolutely nothing kitschy about The Clift. Once the Four Seasons, … Continue reading San Francisco: More Hotel Picks
Try a rock-n-roll themed vacation. The Summer of Love may have been more than thirty years ago, but the peace, love and rock and roll attitude that put her on the musical map is alive and well in the City by the Bay. San Francisco is home to one of the most eclectic, unique, and non-commercial places to find unique contemporary music. If it is … Continue reading If You’re Going to San Francisco….