Celebrate National Dog Day in San Francisco

Posted by Tess Mayall

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Here are our top picks for how to treat yourself and your dog when you get off work in SF today!

Walk Crissy Field to Fort Point

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Photo from fixnfly (https://www.flickr.com/photos/spininb/)

Take in the SF views with your canine by walking this 4-mile, waterfront trail that starts at the St. Francis Yacht Club in the Marina. If you make it to Fort Point, treat yourself to a hot chocolate from The Warming Hut while you gaze at the Golden Gate Bridge.

Get sandy at Ocean Beach

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Stop by Trouble Coffee to grab an afternoon cinnamon toast (from the coffee shop that started the toast craze) then walk the four blocks to Ocean Beach to absorb the final days of summer with your best friend. This beach actually has off-leash sections, so you can let your dog go wild.

Play around at Duboce Park

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“Good for dogs and kids and hipsters and hippies alike,” said one Yelp reviewer. This small park packs a punch and is so centrally located that even the deepest city dweller can spend some time outside with their dog. You can even grab a hot dog at Rosamunde Sausage Grill – ultimate dog day!

 

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