Dogpatch is a can-do neighborhood that rose from waterfront ruins. Having recently converted dockside warehouses and factories into live-in artist studios and hip shared spaces, it's steadily gaining notoriety as a neighborhood to watch. Dogpatch is a gastronomically enticing destination, and foodies are flocking to its farm-to-table restaurant scene. Better known for its culinary offerings than its late-night culture, Dogpatch's public transit options take after-8 party animals anywhere they want to go.See 41 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Dogpatch: One Neighborhood, Distinct Differences
The Dogpatch is the hottest neighborhood in town with new restaurants on 22nd Street and waterfront views. The Third Street rail line runs right in front on this gem taking you to the Embarcadero, the Wharf or Downtown in minutes. Walking distance to AT&T park, shops in Dogpatch and Potrero Hill."
The Rise of the Repurposed Warehouse
The Blue-Greenway bike route traces the water's edge a half mile to the Embarcadero downtown, then out to Fisherman's Wharf, and finally, for ambitious riders, to Crissy Field Park which leads over the Golden Gate Bridge."
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Dining and Drinking In Dogpatch
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