MOMENTUM’16 is right around the corner. An added bonus of attending the conference for out-of-towners is the opportunity to explore the unique and beautiful city of San Francisco during your visit. While the best-known attractions are famous for a reason, here are some lesser-known but equally captivating destinations.
Clarion Grafitti Alley
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Located in the Mission District, take a stroll and enjoy the stretch of artwork by local SF artists
Dandelion Chocolate
Since you’re already in the Mission District, feel free to set up your laptop/tablet with a hot mug of fresh cocoa or mocha in this industrial-style chocolate café. Not a bad choice to network with peers you’ve just met at MOMENTUM’16
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 Tony’s Pizza
Hungry? Tony’s is THE place to get New York Style Pizza. And yes, it is New Yorker approved. Located at Washington Square Park in Little Italy, grab a slice, a pint of fresh brew, and sit outside in this colorful neighbourhood
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Washington Square Park
Conferences can get tiring and sometimes you just want to relax with peers you’ve just met or with your colleagues. Why not take your work to the park? You’ll get a view of the beautiful cathedral, soft grass, and food all around for your pickings.

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Blue Bottle Coffee
The number 1 stop of any conference should be a legit coffee place. Blue Bottle Coffee is the place to be. Located in the Ferry Building. Did you know you can order a subscription for them to mail you fresh beans once a month? It’s different everytime and can be ordered in a variety of ways — for those who don’t live in SF. The thing to try here is New Orleans Iced Coffee.
Unique SF Structures
Is it a tech octopus? Burning man leftovers? Who knows. All we know is that structures like this are scattered around the city. All with a unique twist. At night the structure lights up in a cacophony of colours.
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See you in San Francisco! Want to learn more about MOMENTUM’16? You’ve come to the right place.