The Dogpatch: Industrial Grit Meets Urban Living

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Feel The Bern: A Guide to Bernal Heights

Perched atop a hill traced by a grid of narrowly inclined roads is the meaty centerpiece of the Bernal Heights hotbed neighborhood: Bernal Heights Park. The summit of this park, elevated at 433 feet, is another aerial jaw-dropper in the bountiful list of Instagram-worthy viewpoints This landmark survived the 1906…
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A Day in the Life: The Inner Sunset

East of 19th Avenue and south of Golden Gate Park lies the Inner Sunset — a quiet destination neighborhood with village vibes in the heart of San Francisco. This laid back neighborhood, known for its persistent fog, features a bustling “downtown” along the Irving Street commercial corridor, where neighbors can get…
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Glen Park: A Neighborhood #InstaGuide

Originally developed as a streetcar suburb for working-class families in the late nineteenth century, San Francisco’s Glen Park neighborhood is now a secluded, family-friendly gem. The self-containing neighborhood enjoys European village vibes, complete with mom-and-pop shops, well-maintained homes, and long-term residents who form the tight-knit community. Quaint coffee shops, organic…
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Meet Hayes Valley, San Francisco’s West Village

Defined by its bohemian charm, Hayes Valley could be described as San Francisco’s answer to NYC’s West Village, but it’s much more than that. Lined with upscale boutiques, some of the Bay Area’s best restaurants, and exciting galleries, Hayes Valley has quickly topped San Francisco’s list of trendy neighborhoods.  While Hayes Valley…
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#InstaGuide: The Mission

Yesterday, we did our very first 49 Miles #InstaGuide on Instagram. It was an overwhelming success! We’d like to thank everyone who contributed to this guide to The Mission. By sharing your photos on Instagram with #SFGuide, we were able to source photos from our library and from the Instagram community. We will continue…
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Divisadero Street, a Microhood in Transition

For many years Divisadero Street was known as a gritty stretch of seedy liquor stores, dive bars, low-income housing and shuttered businesses. Fast-forward to 2016 and the Divisadero corridor is one of San Francisco’s liveliest streets. Divisadero Street continues to rapidly transform as new restaurants, bars, coffeeshops and boutiques crop up left and right. The Divisadero Corridor…
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