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Tell us: What’s your favorite thing to do in the Bay Area?

What jumps to mind when we ask, "What would you love to do today?" Help us reconnect with the Bay for a new feature!

As San Francisco and the Bay Area slowly open up again, we’re getting ready to reconnect in person—safely, cautiously—with the things we love about living here. We know we’ve lost so many special places over the pandemic, and for years beforehand. Let’s revive our sense of wonder and optimism about the places, businesses, adventures, organizations, and other experiences that make this the best place on earth!

48hills is compiling a list of our readers’ favorite things they can’t wait to get back to visiting or doing. It can be anything! Favorite hike, museum, volunteer organization, festival, cafe, restaurant, bike ride, gathering spot, bar, concert hall—even just walking down a special street (socially distanced, without a mask) or visiting with a special!

Just tell us what come to mind when we say, “What would you love to do today?” (Personally, we can’t wait to ride the cable cars again.)

Send a few words about your favorite thing with “I love the Bay Area” in the subject line to: Put your first name and city in the email, too. We’ll publish them in an upcoming feature. We’ll be accepting entries through May.

Our readers are the Best of the Bay. Help us all reconnect with one another and the place we love. Thanks for reading 48hills!

Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at), follow @supermarke on Twitter.
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