At Foreign Cinema, we're always in the mood. (Photography by Daniel Triassi)

SF en Rose: These restaurants, lounges, shops + more have the look of love

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When we're on the hunt for a romantic photo op, we can always count on San Francisco to deliver with a well-placed rainbow or graffiti kiss.

This Valentine's week, find love in unexpected and unconventional places by stopping for a tête-à-tête on a blush-painted Victorian stoop, sharing a cappuccino on a strawberry-hued cafe table, or catching a flick beneath scarlet glow of the string lights at Foreign Cinema. Of course, wherever you turn, there will always be a glass of sparkling pink wine waiting for you. Here is San Francisco through our rose-colored lens.


(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

A Queen of Hearts in Alamo Square.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

Sweet Valentine's treats at Le Marais Bakery.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

A blushing bride in the Castro.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

Pucker up at the Maison Martin Margiela boutique on Maiden Lane.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

Pour a couple glasses of rosé at Petit Marlowe.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

Pastel pink dreams beginning to fade in the Marina.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

A splash of romance at Cafe Reveille.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

The pink lady of the Mission.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

Pink Neon at the Mission's Human Condition boutique.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

Cotton candy fancies in Pacific Heights.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

Dressed in pink velvet and fur, it's the sparkling rosé life at Bar Crenn.

(Photography by Daniel Triassi)

There's romance every night beneath the glowing scarlet lights of Foreign Cinema.

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