Hayes Valley brings a true neighborhood feel to its location in central San Francisco. Its proximity to both the Market and Van Ness corridors places it firmly in the middle of the city, while tree-lined streets and excellent walkability project a calm that belies the nearby hustle and bustle.
A stroll through Hayes Valley reveals one of the city’s prime shopping and dining districts. Boutiques and art galleries share space with delicious casual restaurants like Souvla, home to Greek-inspired sandwiches and salads, and fine-dining luminaries like Petit Crenn.
Patricia’s Green brings together dog walkers, families, people-watchers, and picnickers in a small green space popular for its rotating art installations. Nightlife enthusiasts love Hayes Valley for its myriad bars, like Smuggler’s Cove, famed for its Tiki drinks, and Biergarten, a traditional German-style outdoor beer garden perfect for sunny days.
Hayes Valley is in the heart of San Francisco, and its central location is a boon to commuters. Bordered by Haight-Ashbury, Western Addition, NOPA, SoMa, and Civic Center, Hayes Valley offers immediate access to a dozen different MUNI lines, plus proximity to the 101 and 80 for car owners.