RentSFNow is proud to partner with Veritas Investments to support a truly inspiring charity. Yat-Pang Au, the CEO and Founder of Veritas, learned of a San Francisco start-up that was doing some really amazing work in other parts of the world. The company is called New Story, and their mission is to build life-changing communities.
In the 1960s, the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood played an integral role in the hippie movement and Summer of Love. Haight-Ashbury is still synonymous with good vibes and laid-back people, and is often one of the only neighborhoods those not native to San Francisco have heard of.
Haight Street is split up into two neighborhoods. The Lower Haight, which spans from Buchanan to Baker, and Upper Haight commonly referred to as “The Haight.” The Lower Haight tends to be less touristy and a little more low-key than the Upper Haight, while the Upper Haight is filled with an eclectic mix of people. Here you’re likely to catch a whiff of patchouli and some other exotic aromas as you browse through the area’s unique retailers.
Finding cheap lunch spots in San Francisco can be challenging. And cheap is a relative term when we’re talking about one of the more expensive cities in the US. Which is why it’s so important to find something tantalizing to your taste buds while still getting your money’s worth. Here’s our top 10 picks for delicious, “less expensive” lunch spots in the City.
San Francisco and New York City are two large metropolitan areas that are worlds apart. While they tend to be the two go-to cities for driven, young professionals, that’s where the similarities stop. San Francisco is clearly the superior of the two cities, but then again, we’re biased.
If you’re looking to snag a seat under the stars this 4th of July, you’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of the best places in the Bay Area to watch some epic firework displays – so grab a blanket, some friends, and maybe your booze, and have a fun (and safe!) holiday.