San Francisco Guide on OTLCityGuides.com
Welcome to the San Francisco City Guide on OTL City Guides!
OTL City Guides is the same family-owned brand behind the OTL Seat Fillers club. And, yes, there is a seat fillers club in the Bay area!
Our San Francisco Guide includes Things to Eat, Things to Do, and Things to Learn.
Evvnt’s San Francisco event calendar lists upcoming events. Since it’s updated every hour, you can always keep up-to-date on what’s going on.
Restaurants, directories, and more are also listed in the San Francisco Guide. But reviews, comments, and negativity are not allowed. We’re happy to post articles, schedules, and other Bay area information, but we’ll leave the discussion and opinions to social media and other sites. Happy reading!
San Francisco Events
Food in San Francisco
City Guides & Seat Fillers
Things to Do, Eat, and Learn – AND, a unique seat fillers service for live entertainment!
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We aim to provide quality information to readers. So, we’d like to post your content if it’s good for a while (evergreen or semi-evergreen). Use the button below to send us your local submission, and we’ll let you know when it’s live.
San Francisco Movies, Theaters, and Museums
Seat Fillers in San Francisco
Interested in being a San Francisco area seat filler?
Ask yourself these questions:
- Free tickets sound fun, huh?
- Is live entertainment appealing to me, including plays, musicals, comedy, and music?
- What do I think about surprise ticket opportunities popping up unexpectedly?
- Would I enjoy treating my family and friends to entertainment tickets as my guests?
- Can I afford to spend $10-15 per month for all-inclusive seat filling benefits?
If you answered yes to all of the above, ask yourself another question:
What am I waiting for?
Seat Filling in San Francisco
How would you like to expand the audience for your San Francisco area event, show, service, or activity?
If so, then local seat filling through OTLSeatFillers.com is free, private, easy, AND proven effective.
Here’s how it works:
- Let OTL know how many tickets or admissions you would like to offer to seat fillers
- Members can reserve tickets in their private member area
- OTL will provide you with the reservation/will-call list
- You distribute tickets or manage admissions on the day of the event (or activity)
All you have to do is provide complimentary tickets or admission. It’s a private, behind-the-scenes process. OTL never makes any public announcements, so your regular ticket sales aren’t affected.
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San Francisco, California
San Francisco is a beautiful city in California that many people enjoy living in or visiting. The weather is usually mild, and there are plenty of things to do. Whether you’re into art, nature, food, or nightlife, San Francisco has something for everyone. Plus, it’s only a short drive or flight away from other major cities in the United States.
So, we’re celebrating the Bay area with our San Francisco city guide, featuring events, restaurant recommendations, museums, and more!
Movies in San Francisco
There are a number of major movie theater chains in San Francisco, including AMC, Regal, and Cinemark. In some theaters, such as the Regal UA Berkeley 7 in Berkeley and the Century Laguna 16 in South San Francisco, there are even dedicated discount days or movie clubs offering discounted concessions and tickets.
San Francisco also has a few drive-in theaters. A few of these are the West Wind Capitol Drive-In Theater in San Jose and the West Wind Solano Drive-In Theatre in Concord. Drive-Ins also have discounts. West Wind charges just a few dollars for kids’ tickets, which are typically under $10 per person for everyone else.
San Francisco Museums
With over 60 prominent museums in the city, there is no lack of museums in the Bay Area. MOMA (Museum of Modern Art), DeYoung Museum, Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum, Exploratorium, and San Francisco Maritime Museum are among the best.
There are many exhibits that attract younger visitors to San Francisco’s museums. Children’s Creativity Museum, Cartoon Art Museum, Exploratorium, Madame Tussauds, and Museum of 3D Illusions are all popular attractions for families.
Live Theater in San Francisco
San Francisco is home to some of the most prominent live theaters for plays and musicals in the country. These theaters host a variety of productions throughout the year, from classic Shakespearean plays to new musicals.
While our San Francisco theater guide covers the biggest venues, it also includes hidden gems that even longtime residents might not be aware of (believe it or not!).
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Frequently Asked Questions About the San Francisco Guide
The Guide to San Francisco features things to do, eat, and learn. A massive calendar of events (powered by Evvnt) updates automatically every hour. Also included are lists of movie theaters, museums, theaters and theater groups, restaurant recommendations, and more. Instead of reviews and comments, OTLCityGuides.com welcomes articles, schedules, discounts, and other information readers will appreciate.
OTL City Guides (including the Bay area guide) and OTL Seat Fillers are sister sites. San Francisco City Guide is a free resource for everyone, while OTL Seat Fillers is a membership club. The San Francisco City Guide’s events calendar lists public events, but free tickets offered to seat fillers are listed privately.
It’s quick and easy! OTL enjoys sharing information. So, you can submit your listing via our submission form at: https://otlcityguides.com/local-submissions. As well as seasonal schedules and blog posts, the San Francisco City Guide will include business launches, discounts, homegrown products, and news and resources throughout the region. However, the content must continue to be relevant after a short time (evergreen or semi-evergreen). We can’t publish postings or opportunities with a time-sensitive nature.