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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.

Mission Dolores

"The Mission" as it's called, is filled with popular coffee shops and restaurants; bars, and second-hand shops, making it a popular destination no matter the time of day. This neighborhood is also home to Dolores Park, which attracts people of all ages for picnics, partying, and people-watching. The area's popular residential area borders Valencia and Sanchez Streets, as well as 20th and 22nd Streets.

Inner Mission

The San Francisco Inner Mission is a diverse neighborhood home to a mix of thrift stores, coffeehouses, bookstores, restaurants, and more. This area boasts a vibrant music and arts scene, hosting festivals, parades, and fairs throughout the year.

Hayes Valley

Hayes Valley is a happening San Francisco neighborhood with tree-lined streets, cafes, sweet shops, and upscale boutiques. The SFJAZZ Center is located here, as is the Octavia Art Gallery. Hayes Valley has plenty of tours for visitors to take, including food tours of top dining establishments and biking tours.

Lower Haight

Visit the Lower Haight and you'll find Victorian-era houses, cafes, small shops, and happening bars, most of which surround Haight and Fillmore streets. Just a stroll from the popular Divisadero Street and the charming Duboce Park, there's plenty of places to explore in and around the Lower Haight. One such bar is Toronado's, whose lengthy list of beers on tap attract locals thirsty for a beer.

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.

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