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Union Street/Cow Hollow

Pros: A quaint Victorian commerce street
Cons: So many opportunities to spend your last dime
Best For: An exploration of Cow Hollow

In the mid-1800's, farmers grazed their cows in this lush meadow by the spring-fed lagoon. There's lots of history on this street, now lined with boutiques and cafes.

Chow Down on Union Street Between Steiner and Franklin:
Roam Artisan Burgers, La Boulange, Perry's, Cafe des Amis, Osha Thai, Coco Bella (chocolates), Betelnut, Nettie's Crab Shack, Rose's Cafe

Top Shops: Chloe Rose, Chronicle Books, Ambiance, Meggie, Marmalade

Noteworthy: Walk up the hill from Union Street, for breathtaking, classic views of the Bay

Union Street, San Francisco 1906
Union Street Between Steiner & Pierce, 1906 Post-Earthquake