Pokémon GO has taken over the city (and beyond) since its release. The mobile game by San Francisco's own Niantic Labs (an offshoot of Google, in cooperation with Nintendo and the Pokémon Company) brings the 20-year-old game franchise's enduring concept of capturing adorable monsters into the real world, so to speak, with a camera app that allows players to spot and catch Pokémon on the city streets around them.
(Which, yes has led to a few injuries. Please catch responsibly.)
The augmented reality game (for iOS and Android) encourages urban exploration, as new critters pop up in different neighborhoods. One of these neighborhoods, SoMa, is particularly rife with Pokémon. Check this map of 19 sightings for where to make a quick catch on your lunch break or post-work commute.