Haight-Ashbury – also known as The Haight – is a Victorian-filled, Golden Gate Park-adjacent neighborhood famous for being the epicenter of the ‘60s counterculture movement. The Summer of Love may be over, but hints of a hippie vibe remain in this historic park, shop, and restaurant-filled neighborhood.
Haight Street runs straight through the heart of the neighborhood, forming one of San Francisco’s prominent retail districts. Haight-Ashbury is home to vintage clothing stores, chic boutiques, music mecca Amoeba Records, and a cast of colorful characters. Restaurants like Cha Cha Cha and Magnolia Brewing are local favorites, as are historic bars like Zam Zam and sports-viewing ground zero, Kezar Pub.
Dog walkers, runners, picnickers, and families take advantage of the abundant green space in nearby Golden Gate Park, The Panhandle, and the oldest park in San Francisco, Buena Vista Park – home to some of the best views in the city.
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Haight-Ashbury is centrally located, bound by Oak Street and the Panhandle to the north, Frederick Street to the south, Stanyan Street and Golden Gate Park to the west, and Buena Vista Park and Baker Street to the east. Six Muni routes serve Haight-Ashbury directly, and the N-Judah line is nearby.