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Well known throughout the city as home of S.F. night-life, there are more dance clubs in SoMa than in all the other neighborhoods put together. Although the prevalence of warehouses and artists' lofts gives SoMa a somewhat sterile appearance, beneath the surface it is actually teeming with activity including a ton of restaurants, bars, pool halls and popular clubs like VSF, Slim's and The Stud. The most beautiful people in town are likely to be found here having a great time with their friends or scoping for new ones.

Meanwhile, South Park is not to be missed! South Park was built in 1854 by Englishman, George Gordon, to house San Francisco's high society and was modeled after London's Berkeley Square. Today, South Park is better known as the "Multi-Media Gulch." This internet oasis amidst a concrete jungle is perfect for people watching, grabbing a quick weekday lunch, or for sipping an espresso in the park.

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