20th Street is home to a few wonderful businesses like Atlas Cafe, Flour + Water, Jay'n Bee and also home to the annual 20th Street Block Party. more
24th Street from Dolores to Diamond is a great walking street in San Francisco.   There are lots of shops, bars and restaurants that would appeal to almost every taste. more
Bernal Heights is known for it's tiny streets that climb toward Bernal Heights Park and work their way from Misison Street to Bayshore, amazing views, Cortland Avenue, Holly Park, St. Mary's Playground and Rec Center and Alemany Farms and F... more
Escape the city streets on this six-block landscaped greenway, dotted with play structures and benches. Buchanan Street Mall borders Rosa Parks Senior Center and Ella Hill Hutch Community Center. more
Central Market is an ever changing area... a rebirth of entertainment, living, food and drink. more
China Basin is a neighborhood built on landfill along the San Francisco Bay. It lies north of Mission Creek and the Mission Bay neighborhood, and includes Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, numerous restaurants, and the Caltrain railroad... more
All the shops, eateries, cafes, and bars on one long, flat street, make this a great walking street, from Arguello all the way out to 25th Avenue.    Spanning both Inner and Outer Richmond, there's a lot to explore on Clement.  There'... more
NoPa, is a neighborhood featuring Divisadero as it passes from the The Pandhandle, past Alamo Square, up to USF around Turk. Divisadero has some pretty cool shops, bars, restaurants, and nightlife. more
The amazingly changing neighborhood continues to morph.  Where it ends is anybody's idea.   The corridor on the 3rd Street continues to add lots of great boutique shops, restaurants, bars and cafes. more
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Fisherman's Wharf is a neighborhood and popular tourist attraction in San Francisco, California. It roughly encompasses the northern waterfront area of San Francisco from Ghirardelli Square or Van Ness Avenue east to Pier 35 or Kearny Street. The F M... more
Glen Park Village at Diamond & Chenery has a cute little European strip of shops, cafes, and restaurants in Glen Park. And BART is right there.   So it's easy to get a completely different taste of San Francisco. more
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Today's Haight is comprised of a multitude of free thinkers and specialty shops, sprung from the days when the Grateful Dead ruled and hippies took to the streets spreading love and drugs in their wake. From Golden Gate Park, designed in 1871 as the... more
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In recent years, Hayes Valley has gotten a ton of press for being home to some of the city's fine arts performances and art galleries. Located just off Van Ness, near Opera Plaza, restaurants like Absinthe, Indigo and the like make a convenient pre o... more
A quaint place to shop for antiques and art, as well as an historic landmark. On the edge of the San Francisco's Financial District, near Chinatown, this area is one of The City's oldest examples of commercial architecture and holds its own collectio... more
The neighborhood that is now Japantown (Nihonmachi) is approximately one mile west of Union Square and is part of San Francisco’s Western Addition, a subdivision that came into being with the writing of the Van Ness Ordinance in 1855.   T... more
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The stretch of artsy shops, intimate restaurants, and friendly bars and cafes on 24th street makes Noe a great neighborhood to aspire toward. After all the 20-something artists get burnt out on burritos and beer, they can switch to nine-to-five work... more
North Beach is such a cool area of town, with tons of history, maybe a little overrun at times, but still, a great walking neighborhood with tons of great, classic bars and restaurants.   Grant Street is like a mini Valencia Street too. Down Co... more
Ocean Avenue continues to evolve, bolstered by the Whole Foods, Target and of course, the students from City College. Getting better as a street, where you can walk around, and find a decent restaurant, cafe or bar. more
A great set of shops and proximity to the beach define the Outer Noriega area. more
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Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Potrero Hill quietly hosts a friendly neighborhood community. Even though it might not seem like there's much going on, you'll be surprised to find some very popular cafes, bars, and restaurants lo... more
Located on Potrero Point, a long active yet publicly inaccessible section of waterfront, the Power Station site has a rich industrial history that powered San Francisco since the Gold Rush. Now retired, the Power Station is being reimagined as a vibr... more
The financial district isn't just a place where lots of people come into the city to work, it's also a vibrant area of town that's continually adding amazing bars, restaurants and more. More information about The Financial District. more
The long forgotten neighborhood seems to be forgotten no longer. Maybe the renaissance is from the overall uptick in activity everywhere in SF, maybe it's the ability to add new units to a city who's thirsty for housing, maybe it's the creation of... more
The long forgotten neighborhood seems to be forgotten no longer. Maybe the renaissance is from the overall uptick in activity everywhere in SF, maybe it's the ability to add new units to a city who's thirsty for housing, maybe it's the creation of th... more
The Heart of the Castro, Castro Street is home to tons of bars & restaurants, with many more along Market and 18th Streets. Of course, the amazing, beautiful, Castro Theatre is also on Castro Street, between Market & 18th. more
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Lining the bay along the Port of San Francisco is the Embarcadero, a historic thoroughfare. On its north end is the tourist dominated Fisherman's Wharf, which has little notable dining (most are overpriced, undistinguished seafood restaurants or chai... more
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Home to a fashionable set of young professionals, socialites and bankers, the Marina has one of the most well-known zip codes in the city. One of the city's more affluent neighborhoods, residents here tend toward cocktail parties, jogging along the w... more
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Take a stroll through one of the most diverse and interesting areas of the city. With its strong Latin influence, the Mission offers everything from fresh hand-made tortillas, to great cafes, used furniture stores, and many of the city's hippest bars... more
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The Outer Richmond is in many ways defined by its relation to parks and open spaces; bordered by Golden Gate Park on the south, the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Presidio Greenbelt to the east and the Presidio of San Francisco to the north.  Th... more
The Tenderloin is the dynamic, rapidly changing neighborhood in San Francisco. It is also as one of the more dense living areas in SF. It is a microcosm of San Francisco; cultures from all over the world, new immigrants, the tech industry, the youn... more
Because of its small size and collection of mom and pop stores, restaurants, and saloons, the neighborhood is often described as having a village atmosphere. The neighborhood is served by a branch of the San Francisco Public Library. Like Glen Park,... more