My wife and I often visit North Beach for some delicious coffee, snacks and or lunch. There are numerous little cafes that are perfect for relaxing in and having a nice time people watching. Make sure to get some gelato too.
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This is by far the best part of San Francisco, in my opinion. Great restaurants. Great shops. Great parks. Great for walking. Great alleys. Steep hills. Beautiful churches. Spend at least four hours here to really just see it all. Longer if you are really...More
Stretching from Jackson Street, Montgomery Street financial district to Columbus Avenue to Bay Street, North Beach is one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Francisco. North Beach was the area originally known as the Barbary Coast which in the 1800's was the center of criminal...More
My hubby and I went here for our 30th anniversary...they never asked...and never acknowledged. We ordered an $85 bottle of wine only to find out you couldn't substitute taters for pasta, unless you wanted to pay an extra $10! What!? You're an Italian restaurant!! Meals...More
the "Italian" neighborhood which borders Chinatown, the financial district and close to Fisherman's wharf, and other good places. Great to walk, sample restaurants and bakeries, see historical places. A must for visitors.
You will find great Italian food all up and down Columbus. Our favorite is Mona Lisa. And, be sure to check out Molinari Delicatessen for an amazing selection meats and cheeses. We picked up some for a road-side picnic on the way home. YUM!
We went to North Beach on a Saturday with a reservation. We were promptly seated. We started with mussels in white wine which were very good, but were disappointed with the escargot. We're used to more butter and garlic; these were in a lot of...More
Parked at North Beach Garage on Vallejo st between Stockton St and Turk Murphy Ln across from SFPD Central Station. Reasonable price and convenient visiting Little Italy and little bit of Chinatown. Walked up the hill/stairs on Filbert street started from Stockton St./ Filbert to...More
A must see Italian neighborhood in San Francisco full of great restaurants, small shopping boutiques, a lovely Washington Square Park, and beautiful churches. You can spend a day walking around sipping & snacking. However, I highly recommend a guided tour to get the most out...More
Historic neighborhood with many restaurants and shops also a few churches. Fun to walk through, stop for an espresso and pastry, lunch or dinner. Mix of tourists and locals. Highest rated pizza restaurant in San Francisco. The Stinking Rose is a famous restaurant for those...More