Castro

Let your rainbow flag fly in the Castro! San Francisco’s LGBT mecca welcomes all comers to its tidy, restaurant-lined streets. One of the city’s most vibrant and cohesive communities, this area is saturated with stylish shops and bars so popular that patrons spill out onto the street.

The Castro is a pot-of-gold neighborhood at the end of a rainbow flag. Bustling with shoppers and tourists all day, the main drag is lit up by the Castro Theatre’s neon marquee by night. Artfully restored Victorians make up the bulk of this colorful community’s sought-after housing stock.



Things To Do in Castro

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Twin Peaks Tavern
(401 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Eiji
(317 Sanchez Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Réveille Coffee Co.
(4076 18th Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
El Castillito
(136 Church Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Nomica
(2223 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Finn Town
(2251 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Frances
(3870 17th Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Tacorgasmico
(2337 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Starbelly
(3853 16th Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Thorough Bread and Pastry
(248 Church Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
L’Ardoise
(151 Noe Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
The Myriad
(2175 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Cruisin' the Castro Walking Tours
(400 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Harvey Milk Plaza
(Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
440 Castro
(440 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
GLBT History Museum
(4127 18th Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Mission Dolores Park
(Dolores Park West Pathway, Mission District, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Randall Museum
(745 Treat Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Local Take
(3927 17th Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Himalayan Handicrafts
(540 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Wild Card
(3989 17th Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
ZGO
(600 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
S16 Home
(286 Sanchez Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Knobs
(432 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Gravel & Gold
(3266 21st Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
Clobba
(587 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
210 Church
(210 Church Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
235 Church
(235 Church Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
240 Cumberland
(240 Cumberland Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
252 Church
(252 Church Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
295 Castro
(295 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
2079 Market
(2079 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
2097 Market
(2097 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
2339 Market
(2339 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)
3744 16th Street
(3744 16th Street, San Francisco, CA, United States)


Views From Castro


Look at the world through rainbow-hued glasses in the Castro, San Francisco’s most colorful neighborhood. Lovingly revamped Victorians sit beside thumping clubs, chic men’s boutiques and popular restaurants. Need a break from the urban scene? Take your pick of nearby Buena Vista Park, Twin Peaks or Mt. Sutro.



The Castro is a judgment-free zone where shops, restaurants, and booming bars entice patrons to come out and play. Classic movie house, the Castro Theatre, is the main strip’s neon landmark. Legendary bars like Twin Peaks, Badlands, and Harvey’s anchor the area. Its quieter residential lanes make it a safe, sought-after place to call home.



San Franciscans take a lot of pride in the Castro. Freethinkers and non-conformists put this colorful area on the map – making it a tourist attraction for throngs of pilgrims and revelers from all over the world. Plunge into the welcoming mix; beautiful homes, safe streets and thriving nightlife make the Castro a classic.



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