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Fillmore Street/Pacific Heights

Pros: Hip shops and cafes, Victorian style
Cons: Pricey neighborhood
Best For: Its village-like feel

Fillmore Street San FranciscoIn the 1800's the Fillmore neighborhood was farmland and predominantly Jewish. Mostly spared by the earthquake and fire of 1906, it was the setting for Eric Von Stroheim's silent film, Greed (1924).Today's Fillmore is a charming village within a city. Here you will find good eats, 19th Century architecture and sweet boutique shopping.

Chow Down on Fillmore Between Bush and Jackson Streets:
SPQR, Elite Cafe, Taco Bar, La Boulange, La Mediteranee, Tango Gelato, Boulangerie (at Pine), Pizzeria Delphina (at California), Harry's Bar, The Grove, Florio

Top Shops:
Browser Books, Nest, Margaret O'Leary, Pure Beauty

Also Noteworthy:
The Clay Theatre on Fillmore, voted "Best Movie Theatre For Making Out" by San Francisco Magazine