Tax Day has come and gone this year. For some, you’re probably down about the large donation you just gave to the American government. All the rest are patiently waiting for their annual bonus from Uncle Sam, also known as a tax refund.
If you are part of the latter group, you have a big decision coming up soon: how will you spend your tax refund? Do you book a trip? Do you buy a new car? The sensible ones will put the money from their tax refund into a savings account, but there’s no fun in that. You’ve earned the right splurge a little, especially after enduring all the rainy days we’ve had these past months in San Francisco.
San Francisco is famous the world over for great food. Asian fusion, Italian, Dungeness crab, and sourdough bread top the list, but what about The City’s burgers? Who doesn’t love a juicy, sizzling hamburger?
In this list we’ve included some personal favorites, but burgers are kind of like pizza—it gets very subjective very fast. Some people like a good, old-fashioned, American cheese original, and some prefer a foodie version with all kinds of exotic toppings. So this is by no means a definitive list, just a few you should definitely give a try, and in no particular order. We even have a veggie burger on the list, but it’s unlike anything you’ve tasted before.
San Francisco in April is packed with events we look forward to every year, ranging from Earth Day celebrations to the Art Market. There are also some interesting new events to make sure you’re feeling good this month.
To help plan your upcoming weeks, here are our suggestions of the top things to do in San Francisco in April.
Every day is different. James Porter’s job as a resident manager at 540 Leavenworth keeps him busy 24/7. Every day he walks the building and looks for anything out of place or not as it should be. His main priority is to make sure everything is okay with the building and his residents.
You’ve filled out your bracket, bought your Costco-sized bags of Doritos and tubs of French onion dip, and now you’re ready.
Bring it on.
The madness begins. And it won’t end until the evening of April 3rd, when one team walks off the hardwood victoriously clutching the scissored net as “One Shining Moment” plays, and the other team walks off blubbering like over-stimulated toddlers leaving a Chucky Cheese at closing time.