Bay Area — No. California
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Attractions
Union Street (and it's little side
streets and alleyways) is filled with trendy boutiques, art galleries, specialty
shops, casual bistros, gourmet restaurants, hot bars and fun little
outdoor cafés. It's a fun place to hang out, eat,
shop, and people-watch.
Like North Beach and Chestnut Street (two other great places to hang out), Union Street is one of the most
cosmopolitan places in the city, drawing tourists and locals alike.
FUN Union Street Festival
Held annually in June, the Union Street Festival is one
of San Francisco's largest street fairs.
Popular Union Street Shops
Doda's Champagne and Lace Lingerie Boutique (415-776-6900)
— Lace, Silk, Satin... Sexy
— Our favorite SF Gift Store!
(say hello to Dennis)
— Cute Yoga outfits... and more!
— High quality selection of Fine Diamond and Gemstone Jewelry
— Artisen Cheeses, Cured Meats, Wines, Fresh Bread, Gourmet
Products... and more!
Union Street Goldsmith
— Fine Jewelry... Say hello to Terry!
Built in 1861, this unique museum (located on Gough Street, just off Union Street) features early American furnishings and documents. In 1968, Octagon House was designated a Historical Landmark by the City of San Francisco, and in 1972 it was placed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Bars and Cafés
Betelnut Reopened in 2013 as Hutong
The Brick Yard (formerly
Bayside Sports Bar)
The Brixton (formerly
Left at Albuquerque)
Des Amis Cafe
Gamine French Bistrot
La Boulange at
Popular with locals
Luisa's Italian Restaurant
Marengo on Union
Nettie's Crab Shack
Osha Thai Restaurant & Bar
Perry's Bar & Grill
Rome Artisan Burgers
(formerly Skipjack Sushi)
Unami Burger - great Ahi Tuna burgers!
Fillmore / Steiner / Buchanan Greenwich / Webster Streets
Abigail's Bakery & Cafe
Brazen Head — 415-921-7600
(look for green awning and tree lights — there's no sign)
Pizza Orgasmica & Brewing
Pane e Vino space;
same owners at Rose Pistola and Rose's Cafe
Umami (former Yoshida Ya