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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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Fort Mason

Once known as the San Francisco Port of Embarkation, Fort Mason now houses a Center for Arts and Culture, which features events of all kinds, from beer festivals to craft fairs. This waterfront destination, which is a part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, consists of several cultural facilities, coffee shops, dining spots, and more.

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.

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.

Lone Mountain

Lone Mountain is a small historical hillside community in San Francisco. The Lone Mountain campus of the University of San Francisco is located there. This quaint community features homes and apartment buildings where students, faculty, and employees from the university live, work, and spend their leisure time. There are only a few shops, restaurants, and bars that cater to people from the university.

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.

Mission Bay

Mission Bay, located on the east side of the city, is home to several high-end condos, as well as large corporations, including the headquarters of Old Navy and The Gap. Many restaurants call Mission Bay home and The San Francisco Bay Trail also passes through it.

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