It is called North Beach or Little Italy, near Chinatown, a popular San Francisco neighborhood full of Italian heritage. It is also popular for Italian Americans. Here you can find many traditional Italian restaurants and cafes, grocery stores and bars. We enjoyed walking around this area and discovering different shops and buildings. We ate authentic and delicious seafood at the Italian restaurant Sotto Marie. Great area.
The historic district has many restaurants and shops and of course several churches. It was fun to take a walk, stop for an espresso and a pastry, lunch or dinner. Tourists mixed with locals. San Francisco's highest class pizza restaurant. The Stinking Rose It's a famous restaurant for those who like Osaka. The food is delicious, but you have to eat a lot of Osaka. If you start in the financial district, you can walk through Chinatown a day, then North Beach and then down to the fisherman's dock. If you go in this direction, it's a little bit easier because it's going down a little bit.
The scenery of North Beach is really good. It's a very leisure place. The people here are basically relatively more locals. The environment is particularly beautiful. Follow the locals to find a restaurant, coffee shop, coffee, and eat. Sunshine is really good
This little hero was the only Fire Hydrant that had water during the Great Fire and saved the City of San Francisco in 1906! Every April 18, it gets a new coat of Gold paint!
It's not big and not on a special place, just in a corner of two streets. But this small Hydrant saved many people and a big part of the city. After the big earthquake in 1906 this was the only working hydrant in this area and helped to fight the fire.
North Beach, North Beach, is located in the northeast of San Francisco, with Telegraph Hill to the west and Russian Hill to the east. Its main areas and streets include: Washington Square, Union Street, and Vallejo Street (Vallejo Street), Columbus Avenue (Columbus Avenue), Grant Avenue (Grant Avenue), etc. North Beach, now known as the nightlife district of San Francisco, formerly Italian immigrants accounted for most of the population of the district, so it was once considered the Little Italy district of San Francisco. North Beach is adjacent to Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf. For example, to the north of Bay Street in North Beach, it is Fisherman’s Wharf; in a broad sense, North Beach even includes the Fisherman’s Wharf area. Visitors from the airport (SFO) can take Uber or light rail (BART) to lively downtown areas, such as Bowell Street or Market Street, and then transfer to a bus, such as Bus No. 30 . When talking about Coit Tower (Coit Tower) mentioned in the previous article: Starting from North Beach early in the morning, take a slow walk and then climb high, circle around, climb the stone steps, and come to Pioneer Park. At that time, there were few tourists, and all the people I saw were local climbers and runners, mostly slender and healthy women in their 20s and 30s. Take a small circle around the park, the photos taken are not as good as the landscape. Looking down from the height, from a distance, the Golden Gate Bridge and the tall buildings in the city are in sight. The North Beach, viewed from the mountains in Pioneer Park, is picturesque. When going down the mountain, I walked everywhere, almost lost, but my heart was peaceful. Sunshine, clouds, dense trees, winding paths... I really want to get lost in the quiet.
Preston_Dominguez: Broadway at Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94111
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Fisherman's Wharf,Lombard Street,Alcatraz Island,Union Square,Pier 39