What it’s like:Quiet · Residential · Clean
Known for:Beach · Museums · Pizza
Nearby conveniences:Restaurants · Supermarkets · Shops
Tips from locals
Surfer-tech vibe, as well as many Asian Americans (also means great Asian food). But, also lots of fog. Hip coffee shops, eateries, and shops. Uber/Lyft is the easiest to get around, or the N Judah.
This neighborhood may be on the outskirts of the city, but it's absolutely worth a visit if you want a slice of the local life. With its laid back surfer vibes, it's a welcome break from the downtown frenzy. Check out the restaurants and shops on Judah St. or Noriega St, around 46th Ave. Then go for…
the authentic San Francisco is still here in this tiny enclave of artists, surfers and rebels. On Irving street and Judah street from 43rd to 47th you'll find great food, good coffee, a natural foods grocery, jewelry, art, surf gear and yoga all washed in a mellow vibe that is beach life.
The beach neighborhood. Some nice surf, coffee and boba shops... Nice to check around the Golden Gate park and the Cliff House.
Beautiful sunset, walk to beach, landmark restaurants Cliff House , Beach Chalet close to beach. Best sunset in town. San Francisco Zoo, groceries, shopping mall, restaurants within walking distance