Noe Valley. A classy yet relaxed neighborhood positioned just below the hillsides of Twin Peaks in San Francisco. It features classic style renovated Victorian homes that give the streets the distinct San Francisco look. The hillsides of neighboring Twin Peaks block most fog from entering the valley, making for some of the best weather in the city. Noe Valley features a number of establishments for food, shopping, and leisure, all being easily accessible by the J Line that runs down Church Street day or night. Shuttle buses also run through 24th Street on a daily basis, from some of Silicon Valley's most thriving corporations. On 24th Street, food lovers will find selections of culturally diverse restaurants and various other cafes and bakeries, all within walking distance.
Not into the restaurant scene? Whole Foods Market is just down the street, and Noe Valley hosts a farmers' market on Saturdays, where local fruit and vegetable farmers sell organic products from around the Bay Area. For those interested in a drink, you'll find upscale wine outlets. Otherwise, just follow the neon lights and you'll see how vibrant Noe's bar scene can be. Shopping is also plentiful with a wide variety of self-owned clothing boutiques, bookstores, flower shops, music stores, and even a Petco located at Church and Cesar Chavez.
Other than that, Noe Valley is a great place for the walkers or cyclists. The neighborhood has Douglas Playground, which features tennis courts and playgrounds, and just south of that, a dog park. Whether you're a parent raising your family, a dog lover, or simply seeking relaxation, come to Noe Valley to experience some of the city's best weather, attractive views, varieties of dining and drink, and recreation that makes up the neighborhood.
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