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While having breakfast at our SF hotel one of the managers came up to our table to introduce himself and check to find out if we were enjoying our stay. Yes very much so. He asked what we were going to do that day and...More
Hayes Valley was a regular destination for me when my daughter lived there during college. Though I learned about the area from her, I've continued to go there on my own (now that she lives in Portland), for the food (Absynth!!) and the comfortable outdoor...More
This was my favourite area. After my husband and I's horrible bus tour, where we hopped off halfway, we grabbed an Uber to take us back to our hotel. We were sharing with him about our experience and what we were looking for. He brought...More
Nice little area to walk around. There is a little park area to sit and relax after walking. It had burning man sculptures displayed when I was there. It's a small area but still a good people watching spot.
Sitting in the lobby of our hotel, we got talking to some people who were a few days ahead of us on their trip. They suggested this place. Glad they did, teenagers loved the undefeated store ( whatever that is). We had a delicious coffee...More
If you like brunch, then this is the neighborhood for you. Filled with young pretty people and their dogs, you'll see both as you stroll along the the sidewalks.
If you want some eye candy, visit Miette! A bakery and candy store, this place is...More
We were surprised to learn that just behind our hotel was this funky trendy area filled with hype.
It was alive and happening. Very cute little village feel. Much prefer this to the city centre.
It was a Tuesday night and all the bars, cafes...More
Very popular neighborhood full of interesting stuff, the Jazz Center, the Opera House & Symphony Hall, lots of restaurants of all different types, great shopping, some cool parks and art. Very, very hip.
Chock full of designer boutiques, art galleries, funky shoe stores, and great restaurants, it’s hard to imagine Hayes Valley once languished in the shadow of a major freeway. Its removal allowed for the creation of an attractive boulevard on Octavia Street with a community park at its center and dozens of trendy businesses to satisfy visitors looking for a stylish respite.