Kids’ Guide to San Francisco

Kids’ Guide to San Francisco

Posted on May 8, 2015   •   Written by

Dim sum anyone?

There’s likely no better place than San Francisco’s Chinatown — the largest Chinatown outside of Asia, the oldest in North America and one of the city’s top tourist attractions — to sample those delectable bite-sized dumplings and other foods served in steamer baskets, though some locals say they now prefer the less touristy restaurants on Clement Street.

“Dim sum is one of my favorite foods,” said Andy, one of the 100-plus kids who contributed to my new Kid’s Guide to San Francisco.


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