Daly City Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Daly City; our list of the best things to see, including City College of San Francisco, Mollie Stones Tower Market and Bernal Yoga.
  • The best place in Daly City: City College of San Francisco

    City College of San Francisco

    See Murals by Diego Rivera at the City College Campus on Ocean Avenue [1]. Also visit the Southeast Campus [2] at 1800 Oakdale Avenue - built as a mitigation measure in 1987 in return for the Bayview Hunters Point (BVHP) community's acceptance of the Southeast Water Treatment Plant in the midst of their neighborhood.
    Ocean View food nearby
  • Mollie Stones Tower Market

    Mollie Stones Tower Market

    635 Portola Drive
    Boutique market with butcher and deli departments
    West Of Twin Peaks
  • Bernal Yoga

    Bernal Yoga

    461 Cortland Avenue
    If what you want in a yoga studio is a lot of hot, tight young bodies bending away in spandex, well, Bernal Yoga has that. But it's also got a lot of older practioners, less fit practitioners, moms-to-be and moms-returning-to-shape, and a set of instructors that really know the meaning of "all levels classes." The soulful, welcoming, peaceful community is run by sister-and-brother team Savonn and Bill Wyland, who keep things varied with frequent guest instructors and quarterly literary events, which attract nationally-known poets and fiction writers.
    Bernal Heights restaurants nearby
  • COW Palace

    2600 Geneva Avenue
    Concerts, ice shows and the Grand National Rodeo (Owned by the City and County of San Francisco, but on the Daly City side of Geneva Avenue).
    food nearby
  • Red Hill Books

    401 Cortland Ave.
    A good neighborhood magazine stand, with new and used books, albeit smaller than Dog Eared Books.
    Bernal Heights
  • The Cannery

    Del Monte Square
    Built in 1907 with its award-winning architecture, the Cannery overlooks San Francisco Bay and once upon a time was the largest peach cannery in the world. Today it's a bustling marketplace featuring three levels of restaurants, shops, offices, and live entertainment. In the middle it has a secluded courtyard with outdoor bars and cafes.
    Crocker Amazon restaurants nearby
  • Caldwell's Doors & Mouldings

    200 Industrial Street
    M-F 8AM-5PM, Sa 9AM-5PM. 6,000 Sq. Ft. showroom with over 300 doors on display. Name brand doors and hardware, Simpson, TM Cobb, TruStile, Antiqua, Baldwin, Hoppe, Omnia, Valli and Valli and many more.
    Bayview
  • Guitar Point & Ocean Grove Music Company

    Box 447
    appointment. Guitar Instruction & Supplies, Bagpipe Supplies, special event services,
    Excelsior
  • Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theater

    4705 Third Street
    A wooden structure built in 1888 and now used as a community meeting center.
    Bayview restaurants nearby
  • Candlestick Point State Recreation Area

    1150 Carroll Avenue
    Right on the Bay is this actually very nice and undervisited park. It's very green, actually has functioning benches and BBQ pits, and a small fishing pier. You are also likely to spot windsurfers who come to this windy spot on the Bay.
    Bayview food nearby
  • Bayview/Hunter's Point YMCA

    1601 Lane Street
    M-F 8AM-8PM, Sa 8:30AM-2PM, Su 10AM-2PM.
    Bayview eat nearby
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Pool

    3rd Avenue and Carroll Street
    Two indoor pools in a nice new facility. Larger one is 75' square. $4 for adults.
    Bayview restaurants nearby
  • Palega Playground

    Felton and Holyoke
    Senior and afterschool programs.
    Excelsior food nearby
  • Liberty Cafe

    Liberty Cafe

    410 Cortland Ave
    Cafe: Tu-Th 11:30AM-3PM and 5:30PM-9:30PM, F 11:30AM-3PM and 5:30PM-10PM, Sa 10AM-2PM and 5:30PM-10PM, Su 10AM-2PM and 5:30PM-9:30PM. Bakery: Tu-Su 7:30AM-2PM. This is one of those places that would be perfect for a business lunch, a dinner with visiting family or any other time you want relaxed elegance. The reviews about its pot pies are quite true. They're better than your mother used to make. There's a tiny narrow walkway to a back courtyard and cottage that's a bakery for your baguettes, cafe au lait, warm raspberry bran muffins and brioches by day, and a wine bar by night.
    Bernal Heights
  • 7 Mile House Sports Bar & Grill

    2800 Bayshore Blvd
    M-Th 11:30AM-10PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-2AM. The 7-Mile House is a historic landmark and a great place to get some food. During the days of the gold rush, the 7-mile house served as a resting post for horse coaches travelling from San Francisco (Embarcadero) to San Jose. This was a place to rest your horses, get some beer and share stories of finding gold. Today, the place boasts an authentic gold rush decor, great beer and burgers and live music most days of the week.
  • Mitchell's Ice Cream

    Mitchell's Ice Cream

    688 San Jose Ave
    Mitchell's has been making homemade super-premium ice cream for nearly 60 years. With six decades of knowledge and experience, we take great pride in all of the products we create. Our dedication to our craft has been rewarded through the years by numerous accolades from critics and from our loyal fans.
    Bernal Heights
  • VinoRosso

    VinoRosso

    629 Cortland Avenue
    M-F 4PM-11PM, Sa noon-11PM, Su 2PM-10PM. A great little wine bar with emphasis on Italian varieties.
    Bernal Heights
  • Joe's Cable Car Restaurant

    4320 Mission Street
    Great fries and burgers.
    Excelsior
  • Martha & Bros

    745 Cortland Avenue
    M-F 5:30AM-8PM, Sa-Su 6AM-7PM. Hands down, the strongest coffee on the strip. Martha & Bros. is part of a six-shop San Francisco chain. The smiling, mostly Hispanic female staff, crack-of-dawn hours (it opens at 5:30AM), big pastries and reasonable prices make the place a favorite of newspaper readers, working men and the California Highway Patrol.
    Bernal Heights
  • The Blue Plate

    The Blue Plate

    3218 Mission St
    M–Th 5:30–10PM, F–Sa 5:30–10:30PM, Su 5:30–9:30PM. Expensive but wonderful "New American" cuisine with impressive artwork on the walls, and racy photography in the bathrooms. The macaroni and cheese is a must.
    Bernal Heights
  • Zante Pizza

    3489 Mission Street
    Indian pizza! Need we say more?
    Bernal Heights
  • Emmy's Spaghetti Shack

    3355 Mission St.
    A fun, casual restaurant for hipsters. Do not expect fine dining or "authenticity" - just good spaghetti and big meatballs (the Caesar salad is delish, too). Beware the dangerous dive bar next door.
    Bernal Heights
  • Stray Bar

    309 Cortland Ave
    M-F 4PM-close, Sa Noon-close, Su 10AM-close. Popular lesbian bar. Happy hour is daily from 4PM-7PM.
    Bernal Heights
  • The Royal Cuckoo

    3202 Mission Street
    A new cocktail bar serving outstanding Manhattans and other more unusual concoctions in a setting that feels like an old hunting lodge. A must if you like sipping bourbon and other aperitifs to old-timey music.
    Bernal Heights
  • Skip's Tavern

    453 Cortland Avenue
    Live blues music spills from this dive located in the heart of Bernal Heights. Good for a game of pool or darts. The bright lights destroy any potential ambiance.
    Bernal Heights
  • Speakeasy Ales & Lagers

    Speakeasy Ales & Lagers

    1195 Evans AveSte A
    Tours of the brewery are available on Friday evenings.
    Bayview
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Daly City uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.