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Noe Valley

In the quaint neighborhood of Noe Valley, you'll find Edwardian architecture, charming cafes with outdoor seating, gourmet grocery stores, bakeries, and wine bars. A popular place to live among young families, Noe Valley is known to have some of the warmest weather in the city and hosts a weekly outdoor farmer's market.

La Lengua

The small triangular section of San Francisco, known as La Lengua, boasts a wide selection of diverse eateries, culture, and bars. It gets its name that means "tongue" from the shape of the community on the map. Some dining destinations in La Lengua include El Rio Bar, Virgil's Sea Room, a small coffee shop aptly named CoffeeShop, the two-sided combination restaurant Coco's Ramen and Crazy Sushi, Pizza Hacker, and Mitchell's Ice Cream. For those who want to browse some local art and other offerings, there's Secession Art and Design, a gallery that features a variety of items from hand-painted attire to photographs.

Duboce Triangle

The Duboce Triangle neighborhood is home to the beloved Duboce Park, landscaped sidewalks, Victorian style homes, and apartment buildings. Though mostly residential, you'll find a few businesses and parks that cater to the people who live in this central neighborhood, which is nestled among several others, including The Castro, Eureka Valley, the Lower Haight, and the Mission District.

The Castro

An iconic San Francisco neighborhood, The Castro was one of the country's first gay neighborhoods. Tourists and locals alike head to The Castro to enjoy its great food scene as well as its gay bars and nightclubs. The Castro Theatre, which shows movies and also hosts sing-alongs and the GLBT Historic Museum are two of the neighborhood's standout attractions.

Cole Valley

Cole Valley is a charming neighborhood just south of the Upper Haight area. Its restaurants and cafes, like Padrecito, Zazie, and The Ice Cream Bar, attract locals and tourists alike. Popular outdoor destinations in this area include Tank Hill Park, which sits atop a hill and serves incredible views of the city, as well as Grattan Playground.

North of Panhandle

North of the Panhandle, also known as NoPa, features a vibrant residential community, boutique shopping, and popular restaurants in a fast-paced environment that is easy to navigate for both residents and visitors. One of NoPa's borders is next to the Golden Gate Park, providing easy access to outdoor and recreational activities. Popular places to dine and drink in this neighborhood include Nopa, Souvla, The Little Chihuahua, The Mill, and The Page.

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