San Francisco Neighborhoods
- 21San Francisco, California, USA18 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 city.
- 22San Francisco, California, USA1 review
What can be said about Mission Bay? It’s an area of new construction connecting the area sometimes known as South Beach to the Dogpatch. It’s quite a lovely and clean area, serviced by the MUNI T-Third Metro line. Most notably, it’s the home of the UCSF Mission Bay campus. For most people, there’s little else to do out here. I’ve ...
- 23San Francisco, California, USA2 reviews
- 24San Francisco, California, USA11 reviews
Noe Valley is a cute and scenic little neighborhood squeezed between San Francisco's Mission and Castro districts. It's a little off the beaten path for San Francisco and I really like it because the "valley" topography gives it the feel you are in a small mountain resort town rather than one of America's best-known big cities. The main strip in ...
- 25San Francisco, California, USA2 reviews
I lived in this area during my three years in San Francisco, and loved everything about it (ok, maybe everything EXCEPT for the perpetual fog). The huge selection of Asian markets, Irish pubs, cute shops and its close proximity to Golden Gate Park make it a wonderful place to both visit and live. Make sure to try B-Star, all the ...
- 26San Francisco, California, USA2 reviews
This is my home in San Francisco. It is quite nice, quiet and residential, a bit too quiet for my taste, but it has its charm. We have a great view of the skyline of the city, which means it is a little bit of a way from the downtown. However, it is really close to SOMA and Mission and ...
- 27San Francisco, California, USA9 reviews
Unique view of San Francisco
- 28San Francisco, California, USA2 reviews
The Duboce Triangle is a surprisingly quite and beautiful neighborhood in the center of a lot of commotion. With cute cafes and great restaurants and bars nearby, it’s definitely an idyllic place to live. Getting to Duboce Triangle is incredibly easy with public transportation. The MUNI Metro Church Station gets you from the Ferry Building to this neighborhood in around ...
- 29San Francisco, California, USA2 reviews
With its proximity to the park, its abundance of great cafes, restaurants and bars, and the convenience of the N-line toward downtown, the Inner Sunset is be one of the coolest parts of town. Also, the Haight is within walking distance and Ocean Beach is just a short ride away -- and yet the Inner Sunset is still liveable, even ...
- 30San Francisco, California, USA9 reviews
This is a fantastic place to see the whole city; however, only on a clear day. Plan wisely.
- 31San Francisco, California, USA3 reviews
On one of my long epics walks through the city, I hiked from Van Ness to Lincoln Park solely on California Street. It was an amazing walk because it lead me through the Fillmore, Laurel Heights, the Richmond and finally to a large stone staircase leading up to Lincoln Park. What was most profound was knowing that the other end ...
- 32San Francisco, California, USA11 reviews
Perfect waves on Ocean Beach - WCT SF 2011
- 33San Francisco, California, USA7 reviews
Nice, clean, dog friendly beach. Didn't mind the trek down from the lot, but going up is a different story. It's very steep.
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- 35San Francisco, California, USA1 review
The area around the University of San Francisco definitely feels noticeably different from the rest of San Francisco. Every time I pass through, it seems as if I’m in another city. I blame the beautiful fills, the nice campus and the new businesses popping up around the area. Great food options are plentiful, as well as bars and, well, grocery ...
- 36San Francisco, California, USA1 review
If you're up for an adventure, head out to Outer Richmond where you'll find Little Russia, a mass of Irish pubs and affordable restaurants. Taking the 38 Geary may take awhile, but on certain occasions it's totally worth it. This is also my destination come St. Patrick's Day, as the Irish pub here (Little Shamrock) is not completely packed with ...
- 37San Francisco, California, USA1 review
Few neighborhoods offer the variety of quality restaurants that the Sunset does. Sadly, it’s also one of the least visited neighborhoods for me. Getting out there can be difficult, as the non-Metro bus lines heading out there have never been the most reliable for me. Your best bet is the N-Judah, which offers a comfortable ride provided it isn’t rush ...
- 38San Francisco, California, USA1 review
I’m not sure why I always insist on walking through Western Addition at night by myself, but I wouldn’t recommend it. It’s a bit quiet and I always see people out and about just loitering around. That said, the neighborhood is generally alright, and it offers a number of humble offerings in terms of bars and restaurants.
- 39San Francisco, California, USA1 review
- 40San Francisco, California, USA3 reviews
Take a walk (you will climb some serious hills) or drive through this neighborhood to see SF's most opulant neighborhood. THe northside has epic views of the marina, bay and the golden gate bridge.