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The Castro is an epicenter to the LGBTQI population, known all over the world as such. Many historical social justice movements have begun here and it continues to foster activist movements for social change. Think Harvey Milk. On top of that, it’s also a great neighborhood to shop, eat, drink,…
The Castro District, in Eureka Valley, is synonymous with gay culture. Revelers often spill onto the sidewalks at numerous bars, like Twin Peaks Tavern, whose floor-to-ceiling windows were revolutionary when it opened in 1972. The lavish Castro Theatre and the GLBT Historic Museum are also found…
Historic neighborhood with a rich history of diversity and equal rights. Check out where Harvey Milk led much of his efforts to change the treatment of LGBTQ people in San Francisco. Twin Peaks, Hot Cookie, Swirl Wine, the Castro Fountain, and Cliff's Variety are a few of our favorites.
The Castro has great history and ambience, with nice cafes and stores. Watch a movie at the Castro Theater, but first stop by at the wonderful hardware and more store next door.
This historic gay neighborhood is teeming with restaurants, bars and shops. Don’t miss the Castro Theatre, the rainbow sidewalks and the 19th-century F-line street cars heading up and down Market Street.