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G&R Welcome Guide

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G&R Welcome Guide

Food scene
Starbelly is one of our favorite restaurants. A quick walk up to 16th and Market, Starbelly is a casual and friendly neighborhood restaurant in San Francisco’s lively Castro District. With a menu of forward-thinking California comfort food, supplemented by seasonal craft cocktails, beer and wine, Starbelly offers something delicious for everyone.
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Starbelly
3583 16th Street
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Starbelly is one of our favorite restaurants. A quick walk up to 16th and Market, Starbelly is a casual and friendly neighborhood restaurant in San Francisco’s lively Castro District. With a menu of forward-thinking California comfort food, supplemented by seasonal craft cocktails, beer and wine, Starbelly offers something delicious for everyone.
Our favorite breakfast spot. This French bakery offers bowls and boards that you customize to your liking. Within walking distance.
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Le Marais Bakery
498 Sanchez St
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Our favorite breakfast spot. This French bakery offers bowls and boards that you customize to your liking. Within walking distance.
Beautifully and genuinely French.
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L'Ardoise
151 Noe St
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Beautifully and genuinely French.
Foreign Cinema is a one of a kind, nationally acclaimed restaurant combining independent films with California-Mediterranean cooking. Enjoy an airy yet chic setting, complete with indoor dining room with a fireplace, outdoor courtyard, mezzanine, gallery curated by Modernism & full bar in the main dining room. There is also a great cocktail bar, Laszlo, as you enter from Mission Street.
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Foreign Cinema
2534 Mission St
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Foreign Cinema is a one of a kind, nationally acclaimed restaurant combining independent films with California-Mediterranean cooking. Enjoy an airy yet chic setting, complete with indoor dining room with a fireplace, outdoor courtyard, mezzanine, gallery curated by Modernism & full bar in the main dining room. There is also a great cocktail bar, Laszlo, as you enter from Mission Street.
Bottomless mimosas! Do you need to know anything else??
Brown Sugar Factory
525 Valencia St
Bottomless mimosas! Do you need to know anything else??
A thoughtful expression of modern craft through good food and warm experiences. This famous bakery always boasts a line waiting to get in, but definitely worth the wait!
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Tartine Bakery
600 Guerrero Street
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A thoughtful expression of modern craft through good food and warm experiences. This famous bakery always boasts a line waiting to get in, but definitely worth the wait!
Neighborhoods
The Mission District is one of San Francisco’s most of-the-moment neighborhoods, packed with trend-setting boutiques, restaurants, and more. But its namesake is one of the city’s oldest icons, the 18th century Mission Dolores. Mission St. is the neighborhood’s main drag and home to a variety of restaurants and shops. Valencia St. is ground zero for cafes, bars and clothing and accessory shops. No visit would be complete without a Mission-style burrito. Choose from local favorites like La Taqueria, La Cumbre, and El Farolito. Burritos are just the beginning of Mission eats. Venga Empanadas is known for its stuffed pastries, Lolinda features delectable Argentine-style cuts from the grill and Central Kitchen offers standout locally sourced plates served family-style. Be sure to visit Mission Dolores, built in 1776. For recent history, check out the Mission’s celebrated outdoor murals in places like Balmy Alley or on the facade of the Women’s Building. Dolores Park is a popular green space that offers a perfect picnic location, people-watching and spectacular skyline views.
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Mission District
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The Mission District is one of San Francisco’s most of-the-moment neighborhoods, packed with trend-setting boutiques, restaurants, and more. But its namesake is one of the city’s oldest icons, the 18th century Mission Dolores. Mission St. is the neighborhood’s main drag and home to a variety of restaurants and shops. Valencia St. is ground zero for cafes, bars and clothing and accessory shops. No visit would be complete without a Mission-style burrito. Choose from local favorites like La Taqueria, La Cumbre, and El Farolito. Burritos are just the beginning of Mission eats. Venga Empanadas is known for its stuffed pastries, Lolinda features delectable Argentine-style cuts from the grill and Central Kitchen offers standout locally sourced plates served family-style. Be sure to visit Mission Dolores, built in 1776. For recent history, check out the Mission’s celebrated outdoor murals in places like Balmy Alley or on the facade of the Women’s Building. Dolores Park is a popular green space that offers a perfect picnic location, people-watching and spectacular skyline views.
Hayes Valley is a haven for haute couture, with trendy fashion boutiques, SoHo- style art galleries, top-notch restaurants and hip nightspots.
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Hayes Valley
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Hayes Valley is a haven for haute couture, with trendy fashion boutiques, SoHo- style art galleries, top-notch restaurants and hip nightspots.
Sightseeing
The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is a California certified farmers market operated by the nonprofit Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA). The market is widely acclaimed for both the quality and diversity of its fresh farm products, and artisan and prepared foods. It is renowned throughout the country as one of the top farmers markets to visit. On any day, especially Saturdays, some of San Francisco’s best known chefs, and most famous farmers, can be seen at the market. The market provides a forum for people to learn about food and agriculture. Each week nearly 40,000 shoppers visit the farmers market.
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Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
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The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is a California certified farmers market operated by the nonprofit Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA). The market is widely acclaimed for both the quality and diversity of its fresh farm products, and artisan and prepared foods. It is renowned throughout the country as one of the top farmers markets to visit. On any day, especially Saturdays, some of San Francisco’s best known chefs, and most famous farmers, can be seen at the market. The market provides a forum for people to learn about food and agriculture. Each week nearly 40,000 shoppers visit the farmers market.
Escape to a unique urban oasis of extraordinary beauty at San Francisco Botanical Garden, showcasing more than 8,000 different kinds of plants from around the world.
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San Francisco Botanical Garden
1199 9th Ave
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Escape to a unique urban oasis of extraordinary beauty at San Francisco Botanical Garden, showcasing more than 8,000 different kinds of plants from around the world.
The rumors are true. Golden Gate Park is as fantastic as they say. Explore this iconic park’s 1,017 acres, from bucolic lakes and meadows to vibrant activity destinations. Golden Gate Park has something for everyone.
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Golden Gate Park
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The rumors are true. Golden Gate Park is as fantastic as they say. Explore this iconic park’s 1,017 acres, from bucolic lakes and meadows to vibrant activity destinations. Golden Gate Park has something for everyone.
Balmy Alley, located in the Mission District, is the best place to see the most concentrated collection of murals in San Francisco. The murals began in the mid-80's as an expression of artists' outrage over human rights and political abuses in Central America. Today the alley contains murals on a myriad of styles and subjects from human rights to local gentrification.
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Balmy Alley
50 Balmy St
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Balmy Alley, located in the Mission District, is the best place to see the most concentrated collection of murals in San Francisco. The murals began in the mid-80's as an expression of artists' outrage over human rights and political abuses in Central America. Today the alley contains murals on a myriad of styles and subjects from human rights to local gentrification.
Take in the sites of San Francisco and enjoy the sunshine with a picnic at famous Dolores Park.
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Mission Dolores Park
Dolores Street
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Take in the sites of San Francisco and enjoy the sunshine with a picnic at famous Dolores Park.
Urban Hikes
Lands End Trail is a 3.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near San Francisco, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.
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Lands End Labyrinth
Lands End Trail
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Lands End Trail is a 3.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near San Francisco, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.
Twin Peaks is a must-see stop on your tour of San Francisco. Why? The view, the view, the view. This set of high peaks is located near the geographical center of the city, offering stunning 360-degree panoramic views of this beautiful city and the bay and ocean beyond. And you might be surprised to find that it offers a few other things to you as well.
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Twin Peaks
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Twin Peaks is a must-see stop on your tour of San Francisco. Why? The view, the view, the view. This set of high peaks is located near the geographical center of the city, offering stunning 360-degree panoramic views of this beautiful city and the bay and ocean beyond. And you might be surprised to find that it offers a few other things to you as well.
The oldest official park in all of San Francisco, Buena Vista is in the Haight-Ashbury and Buena Vista neighborhoods.
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Buena Vista Park
Buena Vista
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The oldest official park in all of San Francisco, Buena Vista is in the Haight-Ashbury and Buena Vista neighborhoods.
Corona Heights is a neighborhood just north of Market Street and Eureka Valley and often considered part of the Castro district. The Corona Heights trail is a one-mile trail network that winds around the hill and leads up to the summit for a 360 degree view of San Francisco.
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Corona Heights Park
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Corona Heights is a neighborhood just north of Market Street and Eureka Valley and often considered part of the Castro district. The Corona Heights trail is a one-mile trail network that winds around the hill and leads up to the summit for a 360 degree view of San Francisco.