Known for its history of hippie subculture, the Upper Haight stands out as a lively hub of culture and commerce in San Francisco. Visitors and locals alike flock to the popular corridor to enjoy eclectic shopping and dining along with unique attractions and restored Victorian architecture. Whether you want to try out a hip new restaurant, flip through vinyl at the record store, or sip on a craft cocktail, you can find plenty of places to experience the neighborhood’s stylish bohemian vibe.
Enjoy Delicious Dining - Whatever you’re craving, you can find the cuisine on the Haight. From exotic ethnic eats to classic American fare, you can sample something new or enjoy a modern spin on your favorite foods. Cha Cha Cha is a trendy tapas bar serving Caribbean and Cuban fare, with plantains and Cajun shrimp you’ll dream about down the road. The Alembic boasts one of the coolest bars around, serving up a New American menu that will make your mouth water. Magnolia Pub and Brewery is the perfect stop to see what’s on tap and pair a cold brew with a meat and cheese masterpiece. Stroll along the shopping district to find other happening hotspots, including Memphis and Squat & Gobble.
Shop ‘Til You Drop - Want to embrace your inner hippie? Enjoy the thriving shopping scene in a neighborhood known for its 1960’s-inspired ambiance. High-end vintage stores and exclusive boutiques line the neighborhood, along with booksellers, funky fashion apparel and record stores like Amoeba Music. As you walk along the shop windows, you’ll come across interesting architecture and historic attractions, including The Red Victorian, a restored theme hotel.
Go to the Park - Enjoy outdoors recreation at the Panhandle, which ends at the entrance to Golden Gate Park.