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Pacific Heights Life

At the intersection of Pine and Franklin, life is good. Undoubtedly the most prestigious enclave in San Francisco, Pacific Heights epitomizes sophisticated city living. Attracting the oldest families and tech moguls alike, the elegant neighborhood evokes Hollywood’s vision of San Francisco—complete with rows of Victorian mansions and panoramic views from Sutro Tower across the Golden Gate to Marin.

The pinnacle of prestige, Pacific Heights defines luxury in San Francisco.

Dining

Cultivated Cuisine

Whole Foods at your doorstep. Michelin-starred State Bird Provisions down the road. Take out from James Beard Award-winning chef Charles Phan. Dozens of destination restaurants lining Fillmore Street. San Franciscans rarely compromise when it comes to food and with what are arguably some of the best restaurants in the world surrounding Rockwell, you’ll never have to.View the List

Anyone who doesn’t have a great time in San Francisco is pretty much dead to me.
—Anthony Bourdain

Our Dining List

Such was life in the Golden Gate: Gold dusted all we drank and ate.
—Robert Frost

Fresca

2114 Fillmore St
frescasf.com

Pizzeria Delfina

2406 California St
pizzeriadelfina.com

State Bird Provisions

1529 Fillmore St
statebirdsf.com

SPQR

1911 Fillmore St
spqrsf.com

Dosa on Fillmore

1700 Fillmore St
dosasf.com

Palmer’s Tavern

2298 Fillmore St
palmerssf.com

The Progress

1525 Fillmore St
theprogress-sf.com

La Méditerranée

2210 Fillmore St
cafelamed.com

Jackson Fillmore Trattoria

2506 Fillmore St
jacksonfillmoresf.com

Shopping

A Cut Above

Rag & Bone. Ralph Lauren. James Perse. Marc Jacobs. Those in the know head to Fillmore Street to shop. A unique mix of hip and high fashion, the stretch between Jackson Street and Geary Street is home to some of the finest shops in The City. Not quite your style? Fillmore Street also has has three quaint bookstores, three flower shops and even three old-fashioned hardware stores scattered among the upscale clothiers.View the List

Designer boutiques compete for sidewalk space along Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights, The City’s choice for stylish shopping.

Seductive Shopping

Do well. Live well. And dress really well.

Marc By Marc Jacobs

2142 Fillmore St
marcjacobs.com

Kiehl’s Since 1851

1971 Fillmore St
kiehls.com

Jigsaw

2121 Fillmore St
jigsaw-london.com

Alice & Olivia

2259 Fillmore St
aliceandolivia.com

Jurlique

2136 Fillmore St
jurlique.com

Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers

2223 Fillmore St
brooksbrothers.com

Mudpie

2185 Fillmore St
mudpie-sf.com

Jonathan Adler

2133 Fillmore St
jonathanadler.com

Rag & Bone

2066 Fillmore St
rag-bone.com

Entertainment

Night & Day

From Pacific Heights, all of San Francisco is at your fingertips. During the day—countless sidewalk cafes, wine bars and boutiques lend the neighborhood a decidedly chic demeanor. By night—find live music, hand-crafted cocktails, live theater and gorgeous classic movie houses all within blocks.View the List

Grab a bite. Catch a show. Have a few cocktails. Take in the sights.

Enchanting Entertainment

No one looks back on their life and remembers the nights they got plenty of sleep.

The Fillmore

1805 Geary Blvd
thefillmore.com

Sundance Kabuki Cinema

1881 Post St
sundancecinemas.com

Clay Theatre

2261 Fillmore St
landmarktheatres.com

Boom Boom Room

1601 Fillmore St
boomboomblues.com

Winterbranch Gallery

2119 Fillmore St
yelp.com

The Vogue Theater

3290 Sacramento St
voguesf.com

Academy of Art University Automobile Museum

1849 Washington St
academyautomuseum.org

Custom Made Theatre Company

1620 Gough St
custommade.org

Sheba Piano Lounge

1419 Fillmore St
shebapianolounge.com

Parks

Two Perfect Parks

Grassy lawns, lovely views of the city and the bay, tennis courts, grand staircases, children’s playgrounds, picnic tables and off-leash dog play areas. Lafayette Park and Alta Plaza are two of SF’s finest. Both beautifully manicured parks have been beloved and well-cared for by residents of Pacific Heights since the late 1800’s.

I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.
—John Muir