This artsy little niche below Haight-Ashbury shares a similar eclectic character, but its bars and restaurants offer a more intimate (and less abrasive) vibe. Although it still sports trendy hotspots with slightly seedy allures, they feel decidedly less traversed than its counterpart's untamed establishments. Lower Haight's cool nonchalance and convenient location make it a choice destination for casual entertainment, day and night.See 207 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Laid-Back Cool in Lower Haight
San Francisco’s Lower Haight is a hidden gem. Most city residents are even surprised by its easy access to lovely cafes, shops, and restaurants."
The Local Side of Lower Haight
The neighborhood is best for people interested in dining, bars, live music venues, and parks. The Independent and Cafe du Nord are in close walking distance and many additional venues like Filmore, Boom Boom Room, Great American are accessible very quickly via bus or cab."
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Popular Places to Stay
Modern, High End, New Construction By Jeff & Amy - $210
Heart of Lower Haight, Easy Transit By Lynn - $75
Clean & Bright Rm in Victorian Flat By Natasha - $89
The Haight Estate Victorian Flat By Frank - $345