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Topic: San Fran Trip
Message: Posted by: Eric Caldwell (Apr 29, 2014 03:20PM)
I am headed to San Francisco in a few weeks for vacation and I would love to include some magic on the trip, whether that be street performers or more formal. What would you all recommend I see in the area?
Message: Posted by: rklew64 (Apr 29, 2014 09:16PM)
Google san francisco + (insert interest)
Message: Posted by: AGMagic (Apr 29, 2014 10:58PM)
Visit Misdirections Magic shop near Golden Gate Park. Contact joe@misdirections.com, he should know what is happening while you are there. If you will be there over a weekend and have transportation, check out California Magic Dinner Theatre in Martinez (about 30 miles north on the east side of the bay) www.calmagic.com . I believe there are still at least two other magic shows playing on a weekly basis, but I have net seen them. Also check out around Pier 39 & Fisherman's Warf for street performers. Finally, there is a Houdini's Magic shop on Pier 39. It may be worth a look if you are at the pier already.
Message: Posted by: Tree (Apr 30, 2014 12:04AM)
Don't forget to visit Height Ashbury and the Mission District.
Message: Posted by: Ronin (Apr 30, 2014 11:01AM)
TONS of magic to see in San Francisco every week:

Walt Anthony's "San Francisco Magic Parlor" every Th/Fr/Sat http://www.sfmagicparlor.com
Peter Morrison's "Marrakech Magic Theater" every Th/Fr/Sat/Sun http://sanfranciscomagictheater.com
"Magic at the Rex" at the Rex Hotel, Saturday nights http://www.magicattherex.com
Timothy Noonan's "San Francisco Magic Show" at the Aquarium of the Bay theater at Pier 39, Sat/Sun http://sanfranciscomagicshow.com

In addition, you can see Fred Anderson, Ryan Kane, Big Al Catraz, Reed Kirk Rahlmann and Captain Jack Spareribs on the Pier 39 stage

Dennis Kyriakos has been doing his "Conjuring Wonder" show on the first Thursday of the month at the Prescott Hotel. You can check him out on Facebook for announcements of upcoming shows.

In other parts of the Bay Area, there's the aforementioned California Magic Dinner Theater in Martinez, with shows Fri/Sat http://www.calmagic.com and Dan Chan's "Bay Area Dinner Show" in Cupertino and Oakland http://www.bayareadinnershow.com.
Message: Posted by: cockyroach (May 14, 2014 11:45PM)
Get a croissant at tartines (or anything they have). Literally the best croissants in SF. As far as magic, I dunno. =P its 600 Guerrero street, and expect a few minutes waiting in line in the morning. It's magic for your taste buds.