Take another quiz >

San Francisco Trivia

Based on the clues, name these things associated with San Francisco.
  • For neighborhoods, guess the most famous neighborhood associated with the clue
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Sep 26, 2017
Give Up?
Enter answer here
0 / 22 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
You scored /22 = %.
This beats or equals % of test takers
The average score is
Your high score is
Your best time is remaining
You have earned / 5 points for this quiz
This quiz is not eligible for points
Next Level
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...

Enter answers in the area marked "Enter answer here".

You can enter any answer, at any time - they don't have to be in order

Punctuation and capitalization don't matter on JetPunk.

Most famous bridge
"Unescapable" former prison
Year of the Gold Rush
Major League team
"Howl" poet
Rail system
Famous chocolate company
"Crookedest" street
Former name of the city
Yerba Buena
Fictional detective portrayed
by Clint Eastwood
Name for the summer of 1967
Summer of Love
Famous hippie neighborhood
Singer who left his heart
in San Francisco
Area of tourist traps on the North Shore
Fisherman's Wharf
Famous Latino neighborhood
The Mission
First openly gay elected official
Fault line causing the 1906 earthquake
Famous gay neighborhood
The Castro
Park and former military base
The Presidio
If you drive over the Bay Bridge,
you'll arrive at this neighboring city
Neighborhood known for its
homeless population
The Tenderloin
Product that dubs itself
"The San Francisco Treat"
Answer Stats
% Correct
Your %
level 49
Jul 29, 2013
Muni should be an alternate (and actually more accurate) SF rail system. BART goes all over the Bay Area.
level 68
Oct 3, 2013
See your point, but when I think of MUNI, I think more of the bus line. BART is much more well known. At least perhaps outside the immediate Bay Area. I put BART right away & I live in Northern California.
level 44
Aug 29, 2015
I live on the Peninsula, so I put Caltrain, but then thought Muni. BART was my last guess because I associate it so much more with the East Bay than the City. I think some alternate answers should be accepted.
level 61
Sep 22, 2017
I live on the East Coast and my first thought was MUNI. Then I was confused and tried streetcar and trolley, thinking the quizmaster was trolling. Only then did I think BART.
level 59
Sep 25, 2017
I tried street car, cable car, trolley and muni metro, but then I've only ever been to the city once, and never lived there.
level 59
Nov 26, 2017
Yes, I live in Boston, but lived for 12 years in SF (and scored an easy 100%). I would consider Muni to be SF's transit system (akin to the MBTA in Boston, the MTA in NYC.etc), primarily municipal, while BART serves the whole Bay Area. My first guess was Muni. At the very least they should both be accpeted.
level 33
Apr 22, 2014
Could not spell the chocolate correctly, tried at least 8 different ways.
level 55
May 15, 2014
You don't eat enough chocolate.
level 75
Aug 21, 2014
Same for me with Haight-Ashbury.
level 7
Sep 20, 2014
I lived in San Francisco for 8 years. Even I had trouble, and I used to work next door to the Ghrairdelli in the mall.
level 67
Sep 22, 2017
level 46
Oct 6, 2017
Haha still not right, it's Ghirardelli.
level 68
Sep 15, 2015
and it's not even the right chocolatier from SF. Recchiuti is much more famous, at least among people who care about food. It's like if you asked for a famous northern California wine maker and wanted "Gallo" as the answer. To San Franciscans, Ghirardelli is a square, not a chocolate maker. Their product sucks.
level 62
Sep 22, 2017
me too...........tried several spellings, none worked
level 73
Sep 22, 2017
hm... I knew Mars was from Virginia. Herhey's is from Pennsylvania. Nestle and Toblerone are Swiss. Godiva is Belgian. ...at least I've heard of and seen Ghirardelli before they are pretty famous but I couldn't think of them. Never heard of "Recutie"... and I care about food. I usually have some every day.
level 73
Jan 16, 2015
The California gold rush began in 1848 and lasted through the mid 1850s. Why is 1849 the correct answer?
level 26
Jan 26, 2015
1849 was the most pivotal year of the CA gold rush. It's when the most miners immigrated to the area (est. 80,000-90,000 people that year).
level 76
Aug 5, 2015
Plus, it explains the otherwise nonsensical name of the football team.
level 70
Mar 2, 2017
The "San Francisco 48-through-mid-50s" doesn't exactly just roll off the tongue.
level 68
Oct 2, 2015
Gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill in 1848. The "Rush" didn't occur til '49.
level 61
Sep 22, 2017
Also, damn Pauline Pantsdown had me thinking it was Neil Diamond who left his heart there. :(
level 74
Sep 22, 2017
Well I managed to get half. Was hoping to get more, but then again, I haven't been to San Francisco in about eight years.
level 66
Sep 22, 2017
I was sad to see no question about Emperor Norton. He really deserves a mention given his place in San Francisco history.
level 30
Sep 26, 2017
The Tenderloin? LOL hopefully they at least find something to eat around there
You have reached a new level
To save this level, you'll have to
create an account
You have earned a new badge
To save this badge, you'll have to
create an account