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1. City Lights
Chinatown, San Francisco
Book Store
Loved by visitors
Loved by visitors
261 Columbus Ave
Book Store
1. City Lights
Chinatown, San Francisco
Loved by visitors
Loved by visitors
261 Columbus Ave
2. Green Apple Books
Inner Richmond, San Francisco
Book Store
506 Clement St
Book Store
2. Green Apple Books
Inner Richmond, San Francisco
506 Clement St
3. Kinokuniya Bookstore
Japantown, San Francisco
Book Store
1581 Webster St
Book Store
3. Kinokuniya Bookstore
Japantown, San Francisco
1581 Webster St
4. Dog Eared Books
Inner Mission, San Francisco
Book Store • $$
900 Valencia St
Book Store • $$
4. Dog Eared Books
Inner Mission, San Francisco
900 Valencia St
5. The Booksmith
Haight Ashbury, San Francisco
Book Store • $$
1644 Haight St
Book Store • $$
5. The Booksmith
Haight Ashbury, San Francisco
1644 Haight St
6. Half Price Books
Downtown, Berkeley
Book Store
Loved by locals
Loved by locals
2036 Shattuck Ave
Book Store
6. Half Price Books
Downtown, Berkeley
Loved by locals
Loved by locals
2036 Shattuck Ave
7. Barnes & Noble
Emeryville
Book Store
Cafe
5604 Bay St
Book Store
7. Barnes & Noble
Emeryville
Cafe
5604 Bay St
8. Borderlands Books
Mission Dolores, San Francisco
Book Store
866 Valencia St
Book Store
8. Borderlands Books
Mission Dolores, San Francisco
866 Valencia St
9. Russian Hill Bookstore
Polk Gulch, San Francisco
Book Store
2234 Polk St
Book Store
9. Russian Hill Bookstore
Polk Gulch, San Francisco
2234 Polk St
10. Moe's Books
Southside, Berkeley
Book Store
Loved by visitors
Loved by visitors
2476 Telegraph Ave
Book Store
10. Moe's Books
Southside, Berkeley
Loved by visitors
Loved by visitors
2476 Telegraph Ave
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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.

Financial District

San Francisco's Financial District is a bustling business hub filled with towering buildings and workspaces. Located here is the famous Transamerica Pyramid building, along with ample places to shop and dine. One option is Tadich Grill, which is the city's oldest restaurant. Other dining options include Wayfare Tavern and COI, which offers French-California fusion cuisine.

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.

Union Street

Union Street, which runs horizontally across the northern part of the city, is lined with fine dining, art galleries, trendy boutiques, jewelry stores, spas, restaurants, cafes, and more. Festivals take place throughout the year along this historical street, such as the Union Street Music Festival, Fantasy of Lights, Easter Parade, Annual Union Street Harvest Wine Walk, and more. Walk north toward the waterfront from Union Street to enjoy views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz island.

Marina District

Situated on San Francisco's northern waterfront, the Marina District sits at the edge of the San Francisco Bay, boasting views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island. "The Marina", as it's called, is picturesque and brims with shops, restaurants, and bars. Home to the Palace of Fine Arts, Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, and a vibrant Sunday Farmers' Market, there's no shortage of things to do and places to visit any day of the week in this neighborhood.

Polk Gulch

Polk Gulch, located near the bay, is known for being the original center of San Francisco's LGBT community. The neighborhood is near Russian Hill as well as Nob Hill and is only blocks away from Fisherman's Wharf. Grocery stores, restaurants, hotels, markets, and cafes are all found in the area. Polk Gulch is also near the cable car museum.

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