SoMa (South of Market Street), San Francisco
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
SoMa (South of Market Street) attracts locals and tourists with its blend of lofty residences and rundown houses, art spaces and furniture showrooms, fashionable nightclubs and international restaurants. This former industrial district with gay rights history started out as a working class neighborhood. In the 1980s and 1990s, it served as a hub for the city’s underground music scene. Today, it is home to museums and art galleries, major tech firms and Internet companies. Sample dishes off the food truck while enjoying waterfront views of the bay and the bridge. Visit Martin Luther King’s memorial and the ballpark of the San Francisco Giants. A visit to SoMa (South of Market Street) represents just the start of the adventure when you use our San Francisco tour planner to plot your vacation.
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I lived in this area of the city and really loved it. I was there for the Dot.com boom and the Dot.com bu(r)st. This area was really quiet (except for MLB game nights) and it was the old days of Pac B... read more »
place for food, the ballpark, some high tech in the city. Not exactly a destination point. Will admit, most of the restaurants rated in the area are good and I would recommend.
si vous etes un esprit qui m aime le culture et l art contemporain voila un endroit qui devrait vous plaireIf you are a spirit who m loves the culture and contemporary art here is a place that should please youshow original
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