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Neighbourhood
“If you love old Victorians, this neighborhood has some of the best "Painted Ladies" ”
249local recommendations
Historic Site
“Probably no description needed here... the 24 bus just out the doorstep takes you there in 4 quick stops.. then maybe stop by Little Star for some delicious pizza or 4505 bbq for amazing briskets afterwards ”
140local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“Alamo Square Seafood Grill serves consistently good food, and is located just around the corner. In case you're wanting to eat-in, call ahead and your meal will be ready for pickup within 15 minutes. Free corkage on Wednesdays!”
17local recommendations
Convenience Store
“Right around the corner, great for small items like milk for your coffee or munchies.”
2local recommendations
Café
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“Just around the corner is Alamo Square Cafe. Alamo Square Cafe doesn't have the best coffee, but it does the job. Come here for a pastry and cuppa joe on your way to the office in the morning.”
4local recommendations
Establishment
“Large, beautiful park on a hill with sweeping views. Home of the "Painted Ladies" row of Victorian houses with the San Fransisco skyline in the background (also featured on the TV series "Full House")”
3local recommendations
Street Address
Park
“Right near your new San Francisco home, a perfect playground for children with a climbing structure, swings and sand. The tennis court nearby is often free (ask us for rackets). Take in the views too!”
2local recommendations
Bus Station
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Point of Interest
“It is sometimes known as "Postcard Row." This block has appeared in an estimated 70 movies, TV programs, and ads, including in the opening credits of the television series Full House. ”
1local recommendations