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This was our first time visiting this part of San Francisco. What a lovely area with beautiful views. My son just bought a condo here so we went there to visit him. It within walking distance of a cute downtown with shops and restaurants. Mind...More
24th Street...between Church and Diamond Streets. Some great restaurants, bakeries, bars, flowers, post office, banks, drugstores, book stores, wine stores, toy shops, candy shops, pizza stores...wow...what a great place to spend some time. You can catch the J train up to DuBoise Park...18th and Church
This is a local hot spot, it's full of the trendy and now types and lots of .coms The weekend farmers market is well worth a look, the produce is so fresh it's all but still growing when you buy it. Lots of local artisan...More
Just spent a week in a rental in the Noe (pronounced 'No-E' by the locals I'm told) and it's a beautiful place to come back to after a day sightseeing. It's not in the heart of things, but there are enough bars & restaurants with...More
Could be San Francisco's most popular residential neighborhood, but with popularity comes high real estate costs. Here one finds a lot of charming Victorian architecture and pleasant shopping streets, with some good restaurants.
I came across this quite by accident checking out things to do in San Francisco and this is definitely something to do!
It is currently in its 7th year and is held on what seems to be the third Thursday in August.
Times are 16.00...More
Noe Valley is located just below the Twin Peaks in San Francisco and is a accessible via MUNI on Church Street. This area is located a bit farther afield from the hustle and bustle of the downtown districts of the city. If you have some...More