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Between Jackson and Eddy Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA
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Between Jackson and Eddy Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA
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Reviewed July 1, 2014

We happened to visit San Fran for the first time during July 4th weekend and the Filmore St. Jazz Festival was fabulous! This was by far the highlight of our trip. The music was great and the food options were varied from vendors to cafes...More

1  Thank Erica A
Reviewed June 21, 2014

If you are tired of the tourist areas in S.F,and you want visit a local place, Fillmore street is a great place to hangout for few hours. the cafes, shops,and restaurants will surprise you. Parking is a problem,but just use Japantown public parking and walk...More

2  Thank masonsf
Reviewed April 22, 2014

There are two quite different aspects of "The Fillmore"--- that above and that below California Street. Above is more trendy, while below is the "Harlem of the West" from the Fillmore Jazz Era. The #22 MUNI bus runs the full length of Fillmore Street in...More

3  Thank jon z
Reviewed September 7, 2013

No chains here. Great for high end shopping. Marc Jacobs, Kiehls ++. Also a lot of nice restaurants. Go to Roam for artisan burgers.

2  Thank thorhansen
Reviewed September 3, 2013

Start from downtown SF and drive towards the Marina. Besides the shops you'll get to experience one SF's iconic hills and anincredibly scenic outlook in the process. You'll know you're at the top when you feel like the earth has been pulled out from under...More

3  Thank deejmw
Reviewed July 3, 2013

Amazing shops and restaurants at your fingertips. Plan around the various festivals that infiltrate this neighborhood.

2  Thank trang h
Reviewed May 29, 2013

I've lived in the bay area long enough to have seen this neighborhood recover into a destination for shopping and lunch.

1  Thank randijim
Reviewed February 21, 2013 via mobile

While in sf pay a visit to the filmore street great shopping and nice eateries. Nice way to spend the afternoon on a beautiful day!

1  Thank smooches52
Reviewed January 28, 2013

Fun place to shop and eat. Quirky shops, unique shops, upscale designer shops, mom and pop shops - they got it all. And many wonderful places to eat as well. We go each year at Christmas as a "girls day". Shopping, browsing, a yummie lunch....More

5  Thank nasquilts
Reviewed January 15, 2013

Good second hand stores, good restaurants & cafes. I really like the store that benefits the SF Symphony.

1  Thank ShelPin
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