About Bay Area Drop In

Bay Area Drop In, Season Two

Bay Area Drop In, Season Two

We are proud to be working with KTSF on the graphics for Bay Area Drop In, a local, bilingual TV show that explores Bay Area Neighborhoods through history, real estate, lifestyle and design. The show is brought to you by Hastings Realty Group (HRG) and is the brainchild of HRG founder, Sammy L. Hastings. Catch new, Season Two episodes of the  show every Saturday night at 6:30 on KTSF channel 26 or cable channel 8. You can also check out Season One episodes here…

Episode 1 – Sunset District


The quiet foggy Sunset District is the largest district in San Francisco. Bay Area Drop In will show you the history and lifestyle of this family neighborhood of mixed races.

Episode 2 – Millbrae

Many people know little about Millbrae beside the SFO Airport. In this episode, Bay Area Drop In takes you to Millbrae’s well-preserved historical landmarks, high-ranking schools, and unique restaurants that have stood the test of time.

Episode 3 – Richmond District

Explore the Richmond District’s unique architectural buildings, taste innovative Chinese cuisine, and get useful design tips on how to create a stylish new look for your home.

Episode 4 – Pacifica

Did you know Pacifica is one of Northern California’s best surfing locations?  Take a trip less than ten miles South of San Francisco on the coast to Pacifica, the interesting beach town with a vibrant history. Travel with Bay Area Drop In  across I-280 to for a visit to the secluded, quiet, coastal city… experience the breathtaking ocean view and misty mountains.

Episode 5 – Chinatown

Did you know San Francisco has the largest Chinatown outside of Asia? Chinatown attracts countless tourists every year with its exotic ambiance , Bay Area Drop In explores the roots of this world-famous San Francisco District.

Episode 6 – Alameda

Alameda is known for its small town vibe and beautiful Victorian communities. As an island city there is so much to do. You can view San Francisco city on the retired USS Hornet, or recollect childhood memories at the Pinball Museum.

Episode 7 – Daly City

Foggy Daly City is the largest city on the peninsula. It is also where Sammy and Sandeep call home. Join us as we explore the “Gateway to the Peninsula” of San Francisco to the very first outdoor shopping mall on the west coast, and get VIP access into the kitchen of the famous Koi Palace.

Episode 8 – SOMA

With modern buildings, acclaimed museums, and the famous AT&T Park, “South of Market” is home to a vast array of artistic and cultural spaces. This week we will drop in on one of the hippest restaurants in SOMA, and the beautiful high-end apartments in the newly constructed Millennium Tower.

Episode 9 – Berkeley

Berkeley is one of the oldest cities in the East Bay. Home to the prestigious UC Berkeley, it has been ranked as one of the most liberal places in the world since the 1960’s Free Speech Movement, and the city has thrived with international fame ever since. Join us as we explore what Berkeley has to offer!

Episode 10 – Russian Hill/Nob Hill

Classic and elegant, Russian Hill and Nob Hill are said to be home of the prestige. Join us as we explore the charm of old San Francisco, bringing visitors to a part of the city  rich in history yet refreshed with a modern touches.

Episode 11 – Oakland

As one of the most famous cities in the East Bay, Oakland’s charming personality and diverse lifestyle cannot be hidden by its high crime rate. Drop In will show you Oakland’s breathtaking landscape, exquisite architectures, and a distinguished Asian delight.

Episode 12 – San Mateo

This week we will drop in on the beautiful city of San Mateo. With mild weather and diverse activities, San Mateo is the perfect city to live in for many. Whether you live an active lifestyle, enjoy quiet time at a coffee shop, enjoy dining out, night life, or parks for family fun San Mateo has tons to offer!

Episode 13 – Palo Alto (Season One Finale)

Palo Alto, home to the famous Stanford University, is said to be the birthplace of Silicon Valley. High real estate prices do not keep people from moving to this extraordinary place, not only for its high-ranking schools, but also for its innovative vibe.