Breakfast at Sea Breeze Cafe and Walking Tour of GG Park's West End

Hi Ocean Beach Buddies - Let's meetup for breakfast al fresco at the Sea Breeze Cafe on Judah and admire their new murals, which are awesome!

Then we will walk over to the Queen Wilhelmina Garden (Dutch Windmill) on John F. Kennedy Drive near the Great Highway (< 1 mile/20 minute walk, mostly through the park) to meet City Guides for their walking tour of the west end of Golden Gate Park, which is described as:

"Explore a magic garden and windmills that helped create Golden Gate Park. Trace the tracks of trains that brought San Franciscans to Ocean Beach in Victorian Times. Discover Lucien Laubaudt's magnificent murals of 1930s City Life in Willis Polk's landmark Beach Chalet."   (http://www.sfcityguides.org/desc.html?tour=101) 

The walking tour is free (donations accepted) and only accepts groups less than 8 people, so the limit on this meetup is 7.  The meetup includes breakfast, so if you wish to go to the walking tour only - please go on your own.

The menu for Sea Breeze Cafe is here:    http://sanfrancisco.menupages.com/restaurants/sea-breeze-cafe/menu

Dress warm so we can sit outside and enjoy the murals!    


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  • Karen

    Thanks to Karen, Diane and David for coming to this meetup - I had a great time talking over breakfast! The walking tour was also really fun and informative - I learned a lot of new things about our neighborhood history and the other people in the group were very friendly and nice to my dog.

    July 26

  • Renee L

    Sorry I missed this event, look forward to the next one!! Enjoy!

    July 26

  • pam

    Sorry this weekend I am working...its sounds wonderful

    July 25

  • Karen N.

    I just join you guys for breakfast and then, need to get to work and won't be able to walk either.

    July 23

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Rafaël

We just grab a coffee and speak French. Some people have been coming every week for months... it creates a kind of warmth to the group.

Rafaël, started French Conversation Group

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