San Francisco Landmarks to Visit

Based on Your Favorite Avocado Toast


Toasty is the first ever avocado toast bar located in the heart of San Francisco, so it just makes sense that our toasts have a counterpart landmark in the city! If you’ve been looking for what to do in San Francisco, this quiz might be the answer to your prayers. Find out what popular San Francisco landmark you should visit based on your favorite toast offered by Toasty! These landmarks will also provide you with fun things to do in San Francisco, so let’s get started.



Take our quiz by clicking on your favorite avocado toast to find out which SF landmark you should visit!



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Baker Beach


So you like things simple? Baker Beach is the perfect place to enjoy a simple and laid back San Francisco day. The views of the Golden Gate bridge also make it the perfect place for a quick candid photo moment, and ironically just like our Naked Toasty, if you head north of Baker Beach you’ll find they also provide a “naked” option. There’s no judgement here at Avotoasty, so if you’re ever in the mood for a nude beach day, North Baker Beach is the perfect place to visit in San Francisco.


Baker Beach
"Baker Beach is the perfect place to enjoy a simple and laid back San Francisco day."

Painted Ladies


If you love our colorful yet delicious Unicorn Toasty, there’s no doubt you’ll enjoy visiting the eye-catching Painted Ladies. The Painted Ladies are a set of Victorian and Edwardian homes lined up along Hayes Street in the beautiful San Francisco. The homes are famous for their distinct architecture and beautiful colors that enhance their unique features. For years they have remained one of San Francisco’s most visited landmarks, with people gathering to admire their architecture and of course take a quick photo.


Painted Ladies
"The homes are famous for their distinct architecture and beautiful colors."

Fisherman's Wharf


The Salmon Toasty is a customer favorite here at Avotoasty. We get it -- there’s nothing like smoked salmon on some avocado and sourdough bread. We also think it’s safe to assume that you enjoy seafood if our Salmon Toasty is your go to pick. If we’re correct, then Pier 39, otherwise known as Fisherman’s Wharf is definitely the San Francisco landmark you should visit on your next trip to the city. The Pier has an array of different seafood restaurants in all price ranges, in addition to tons of fun activities that you and your family or friends can partake in.


Fisherman's Wharf
"The Pier has an array of different seafood restaurants... in addition to tons of fun activities."

Conservatory of Flowers


Much like all the greens on our delicious Veggie Toasty, the Conservatory of Flowers located in Golden Gate park has an array of beautiful greenery and nature within it’s facility. You can enjoy a nice picnic outside to admire the building’s beautiful architecture, or you can buy your tickets to go inside. We definitely recommend that you visit the inside to check out all of the beautiful and unique plant life thriving within the conservatory. And don’t forget your camera -- we’re sure you’ll want to take lots of photos!


Conservatory of Flowers

Palace of Fine Arts


Our Eggy Toasty is a breakfast favorite at our cafe. The egg and avocado combo is to die for, and perfect for a quick morning meal. Since you're a fan, we recommend you pick one up to go and enjoy it while picnicking at the Palace of Fine Arts. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a nice breakfast while gazing over the palace’s beautiful architecture. Not to mention you can buy tickets for different events in advance and head on in after enjoying your breakfast picnic!


Palace of Fine Arts

Oracle Park


The color palette of greens and tans in our Hummus Toasty just so happens to match the turf and infield mix of San Francisco's Oracle Park. As the home of the San Francisco Giants, Oracle Park serves as the perfect place to sit back and watch an entertaining game of baseball. Avotoasty's Hummus Toasty packs a punch with yummy hummus, fresh avocados, and micro greens; this combination makes for an extremely healthy snack for athletes--or anyone who's looking for a super-nutritious treat. Buy some tickets to watch a MLB game at Oracle Park if you, your friends, or your family have a few hours to spare!


Oracle Park

Lombard Street


Just like the fun texture and bursting flavor of the Bruschetta Toasty, which is topped with soft mozzarella, juicy cherry tomatoes, and leafy basil, Lombard Street is sure to provide you with a unique, lively, and memorable experience in San Francisco. Located between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, this famous crooked street has eight sharp hairpin turns that you can walk or drive down. While you're there, you'll be treated to beautiful landscapes and flowers, as well as a perfect view of Coit Tower and the San Francisco Bay.

"...A unique, lively, and memorable experience in San Francisco."

Lombard Street

SF Moma


The Breckie Toasty has been referred to as a piece of art, with a colorful array of carefully sliced rows bananas and strawberries, and a dash of coconut flakes. If you like this type of sweet symmetry, check out the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The mix of contemporary and historical exhibitions means you are sure to be captivated by something or (probably) everything.



Museum

Sutro Baths


If you like the sophisticated flavors of salty prosciutto and crisp cucumbers on our Prosciutto Toasty, you'll love the Sutro Baths. The stunning saltwater pools, view of the Bay, and rich history of the Sutro Baths makes it the perfect place for anyone looking for an adventure. The Sutro Baths is just a short walk from the Point Lobos Lookout, located in the city's Richmond District. Enjoy the sweeping ocean scenery and breathe in the salty ocean air at this historical site!

Sutro Baths
 

Did we guess your favorite San Francisco landmark correctly? At the very least, we hope you enjoyed taking our quiz, and found a place in the city that you'll be adding to your bucket list the next time you visit San Francisco. While you check out one of the beaches, parks, museums, or lookout points we mentioned, don't forget to order a delicious toast from Avotoasty here, and as always, stay Toasty!

















































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