Pacific Heights looms large in San Francisco, embodying the city at its refined, elegant best. Home to magnificent mansions and sweeping views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge, Pac Heights maintains a quiet, residential feel while offering proximity to Fillmore Street shopping, the pastoral Presidio, and Japantown’s culinary delights.
Luxurious Victorian homes abound in Pacific Heights, but they just might be upstaged by stunning panoramas of the city from Alta Plaza Park, or the dog walker and sunbather favorite, Lafayette Park. Pac Heights nightlife centers around Fillmore Street, which mixes upscale shops, sidewalk cafes made for people-watching, historic buildings like the art deco Clay Theatre, and local favorite restaurants like La Mediterranee and the nearby Pizzeria Delfina.
Bounded by Union and Bush streets and Presidio and Van Ness avenues, Pacific Heights is neighbors with Cow Hollow, the Marina, the Presidio, and Japantown, where it enjoys easy bus access from the 3-Jackson and 1-California lines.