Meet your local guide and small group at a storefront in the Dogpatch, a historically working-class neighborhood that has been reborn as a haven for artists, artisans and creative makers of all types.
As you stroll the streets adjacent to the shipyards, see some of the city's oldest houses, dating from the 1860s. Follow your guide to some of the local favorite haunts and sample some of the best food: urban-made wine, artisanal ice cream, handmade pizza and craft beer. At most stops, the makers and artisans who create the delicious wares will be on hand meet you and talk about their process. Get tips from these locals about other places to explore in the city and learn about how they came to do what they love.
After the 3-hour tour has finished, feel free to continue exploring the neighborhood on your own. There are an assortment of restaurants, cafés and shops that most travelers never set foot in. Find an unusual souvenir of your trip to San Francisco or taste some more of the neighborhood's culinary offerings before heading back to your hotel.