We selected the best independent San Francisco blogs for 2018. Find our local favorites here in alphabetical order.
49 miles is a San Francisco lifestyle blog created in 2015. They write about subjects including food, drinks, shopping, and entertainment. It’s a great resource for both locals and visitors to find the best San Francisco has to offer. They have round-up articles as well if you don’t feel like scrolling through spot after spot! Please don’t forget to check the #SFmustlist tab for spots you absolutely cannot miss!
Cyn Eats is the blog to follow if you want to fill your San Francisco trip with only the best spots! Run by Cynthia, Cyn Eats is where she shares all her recommendations on the nicest places in San Francisco, you won’t find any negative reviews, just love! The blog is made beautifully and is filled with mouth-watering pictures. She also divided the restaurants into different price categories, perfect for the traveller on a budget. Fair warning, don’t visit her blog while you’re hungry!
San Francisco Moms Blog
The San Francisco Moms Blog is the best blog to visit if you’re planning a trip with children! It’s part of the well known City Moms Blog Network and everything on the site is written by moms that live in the San Francisco area. Check it out for great tips for family-friendly restaurants, activities and exciting events happening. The blog is easy to navigate, a good thing for the less tech savvy among us!
SF Station has been a San Francisco institute since 1996. They have a huge archive filled with wonderful tips about the city. They write about everything including restaurants, clubs, the arts, and exciting events events happening in the city. It’s a very big resource to go through, but if you’re willing to do the work you will find some really great tips for your trip!
Whimsy Soul, founded and run by Kara, is a very inclusive space with a welcoming atmosphere. The reason her blog is on the list is because of her Ultimate San Francisco Guide. This guide she created goes through everything from where to book your hotel, to a handy little list with things only locals know! It’s an extensive guide, so it will take a while to read through it all, but once you do you will have everything you need for a great trip!