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Soma

SoMa, or the South of Market neighborhood, is home to AT&T Stadium, the home of the San Francisco Giants, as well as plenty of locally-owned coffee bars and pubs, restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques, some of which are housed in the district's old warehouses. With many office buildings and companies based here, many locals head to SoMa to work Monday through Friday and for nightlife on the weekends.

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.

North Beach

Known as San Francisco's "Little Italy", North Beach is home to plenty of restaurants as well as the beloved Washington Square Park, which offers ample green space and hosts various events throughout the year. North Beach is a popular dining destination for locals and tourists alike, home to cafes with outdoor seating and fine dining spots. Other attractions in this neighborhood include City Lights bookstore and the Vallejo Street Stairway, which offers views of the Bay.

Tenderloin

The Tenderloin is diverse, centrally-located in the city, and home to many bars and cocktail lounges. Some of its main attractions include the Great American Music Hall, a popular music venue, as well as historic theaters hosting Broadway and off-Broadway performance. Restaurants here range from traditional to trendy, and from casual to upscale. When it comes to nightlife, this district has everything from live music to karaoke lounges.

Civic Center

The Civic Center is a vast complex in San Francisco home to a range of landmarks and attractions, from government buildings to museums and theaters. Two such destinations include the Asian Art Museum and the War Memorial Opera House. Situated near the city's downtown area, there are also a variety of hotels in the area, like the Edwardian Hotel and the Oak Hotel. Civic Center is also home to restaurants, like Nojo Ramen Tavern and Zuni Cafe.

Lower Nob Hill

Lower Nob Hill, also called "Tendernob" by some due to its proximity to The Tenderloin, is home to a mix of apartment buildings, casual restaurants, and shops. Located not far from Union Square and the city's downtown area, it's also home to several hotels.

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