The Best Neighborhoods in San Francisco

San Francisco is filled with awesome places, but few people who don’t live in SF actually know where they are. Fortunately, we’re here to help you out. Here are the best neighborhoods in San Francisco:

  • North Beach – North Beach has great bars and restaurants, pretty housing, and many of SF’s iconic destinations, including the crookedest street, Fisherman’s Wharf, Coit Tower, and view of the Golden Gate Bridge.
  • Russian Hill – Russian Hill and nearby Nob Hill have gorgeous homes located on some of the steepest streets in the city. The corner restaurants tend to be in the 4-5 star range in these neighborhoods.
  • The Mission/Castro – The Mission is the place where 20 and 30 somethings go to play, and the adjoining Castro is the world center of the LGBT community. Where the two meet, near Dolors Park, is both very pretty and very fun.
  • Lower Haight – Lower Haight is adorned with many pastel-colored homes, a nice part (Alamo) and a street dense with cool bars and great restaurants.
  • Hayes Valley – Hayes Valley is located near the slums of the Tenderloin, but you’d never know it. It’s filled with posh boutiques and excellent restaurants. It also has plenty of nice places to walk and, of course, live.
  • SoMa (near the ballpark) – SoMa is SF’s warehouse district, but the Giants’ baseball park, it has been transformed into a haven, filled with lively restaurants and new, upscale housing, notably along the South Park circular street.


Learn more about the pros and cons of San Franciscoand check out some SF movers.


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