16 Jun The Magic of the Marina- Where Retirement Feels New
Set among yacht clubs, parks, and the shoreline of San Francisco Bay, Heritage on the Marina is an amazing place to relish your retirement. Its beauty and walkability are unparalleled. There’s so much to see and do, and eat and drink, that it’s hard to know where to start. Here are a few suggestions.
Crissy Field is a stunning place to walk on the promenade with iconic views of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. You’ll find another great stroll at the Presidio Tunnel Tops; it has enchanting gardens, meandering paths, and more breathtaking views. If you prefer to stay close to home, check out the two parks just across the street from Heritage on the Marina: Great Meadow Park at Fort Mason, and Moscone Softball Fields.
Why not start with a great cup of java at Reveille, where they obsess over high-quality coffee? Sip a carefully crafted cappuccino or a matcha latte and soak in the industrial vibe.
Experience the world anew in the viewing room at the Haines Gallery. From multi-media to painting, sculpture to photography, their captivating exhibitions change regularly.
SF Camerawork prides itself on inspiring and provoking all those who value new ideas in photography. As a non-profit, they feature work that might not typically be seen in galleries or museums.
At A16, they make all their pizzas to exacting Neopolitan standards. And while everything may be locally sourced, you’ll still feel transported to your own corner of Southern Italy.