What it’s like:Industrial · Bohemian · Hip
Known for:Waterfront · Museums · Art gallery
Nearby conveniences:Grocery stores · Restaurants · Shops
Tips from locals
SoMa, or South of Market, is a vast, warehouse-filled district. It encompasses Mission Bay and South Beach, where the Giants play baseball at waterfront AT&T Park. Surrounding Yerba Buena Gardens is an arts center, sleek convention complex Moscone Center and several museums, including the acclaimed…
Warehouse district. Great for eating, bar hopping and shopping too. Definitely check out Heaths, a local fave biz for ceramic wares. They have a Tartine outpost too - one of the best bakeries in town.
South of Market, also known as "SOMA," is more than two square miles of sleek nightclubs, fashionable restaurants, art hubs and the nation’s most beautiful ballpark. Yerba Buena Gardens, “the largest concentration of art west of the Hudson River,” is an oasis in the heart of the city. Moscone Center…
Soma is one of the few flat neighborhoods in San Francisco. The name comes from the fact that we are "South of Market," which was an industrial district during the early 1900s. It is the most densely populated areas in the city and plays host to many fun seasonal events every year.
From Kandinsky, Matisse, Pollock, to so much more! find your favorite modern artist here!