Cow Hollow’s bustling main street attracts cafe dwellers, designer-label shoppers, the artistically inclined, and everyone in between. Brimming with modern restaurants, boutiques, and galleries, Cow Hollow is a San Franciscan treat. This neighborhood’s undeniable popularity ensures it's always crowded, and the nighttime is no different—rowdy packs of young party animals head to Cow Hollow’s numerous bars after dark.See 83 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Young and Restless in Cow Hollow
The neighborhood is vibrant and alive. There are fun places nearby and practical ones too - you can get a quick blow dry, buy wine, get a facial, inexpensive jewelry (expensive, too, if you want!) or just sit in a beautiful cafe bar and eat $1 fresh oysters at Happy Hour while planning your evening."
Enjoy the outdoors? Take an easy stroll to Marina Green and Crissy Field for stunning views of the bridge. Rent a bike and take a cruise through Fort Mason, Fisherman's Wharf, North Beach, and Chinatown."
The Scene in Cow Hollow
All of San Francisco is at your fingertips. A three-minute walk North gets you to Chestnut Street with boutiques, restaurants, a grocery store, movie theatres and a gym. A three-minute walk East gets you to Union Street with more boutiques, restaurants and an organic market."
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Originally trained as an architect, Odessa has shifted her passion to photography of all sorts. She specializes in family, children and newborn photography but enjoys pursuing architectural photography as well. She calls San Francisco home with her husband and daughter.
Michael Blumenfeld is a commercial photographer based in San Francisco. When not shooting, he loves rooting for the Giants, haunting used-book stores, and following his appetite around the city. He's inspired each day by the energy and diversity of the Bay Area. This project for Airbnb was a great opportunity to tread both the beaten and unbeaten paths of a city he feels privileged to call home.