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- 13 reviews
Gorgeous spot just a couple minutes boat ride from SF. Great place for a picnic or a hike (or both).
- 25 reviews
While this neighborhood has evolved quite a bit over the years, it still retains its 60s era charm, with colorful independent bookstores/music shops and cafes and the smell of pot...
- 327 reviews
Golden Gate Park has been a continual part of my life as a San Francisco Bay Area Resident since 1984. Each time is a new adventure over it's 1000+ rectangular...
- 411 reviews
Noe Valley is a sweet little neighborhood near the Castro that feels welcoming and safe. Lots of families live there, but there are good restaurants and bars and you definitely...
- 528 reviews
Lively, festive and a giant tourist trap. The locals tend to stay away from this tourist-geared neighborhood, but I love it. I grew up in a tourist town and the...
- 621 reviews
One of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhoods, marked by rainbow flags, an old ornate theater, cute mom-and-pop shops, and of course many gay-friendly stores with flamboyant names (ie. The Sausage...
- 718 reviews
Such a vibrant and colorful neighborhood with some great restaurants and bars. Don't forget to pick up a Mexican wrestling mask as a fun souvenir.
- 817 reviews
San Francisco's version of Little Italy is a little slice of heaven. Upscale restaurants, sidewalk cafes and an overall European vibe make this one my favorite walking neighborhoods in the...
- 97 reviews
Great location for food, street carts & coffee shops. A lot of younger peeps, or members of the booming techy/startup folk.
- 1011 reviews
Endless sand beach, surfers, breakers, wind shorebirds. A real beach! Enjoy a walk in the sand but beware the cold water and dumping surf. Yes, the edge of a continent!