Why Do People Love Noe Valley?
With its convenient location on the south side of San Francisco, this lovely, sunny and popular neighborhood truly has so much to offer. Visitors and locals alike love Noe Valley's appeal with its historic Victorian and Edwardian homes. Noe Valley’s unique landscape, with its nostalgic San Francisco hills and rather pristine streets, is welcoming and pleasant for all, whether on foot or in a stroller. From Dolores Street lined with its iconic palm trees to Church Street’s landmark St. Paul’s Cathedral and surprisingly pleasant flat terrain for walkers and joggers, each street seems to have its own magic.
GREAT SHOPPING & ACTIVITIES:
Noe Valley has something to offer for all ages and interests! From the Sunday Farmer’s Market to its fantastic selection of shops to the various community events and outdoor spaces, there are so many ways to enjoy your day in Noe Valley.
As most San Franciscans know, and visitors quickly learn, each San Francisco neighborhood offers its own micro-climate, which vary greatly across our awesome city. Noe Valley is blessed with some of San Francisco’s best weather, spared from the usual fog and wind and, to its residents’ delight, it is one of the sunniest neighborhoods in San Francisco.
Noe Valley idyllic locale feels a little tucked away while still being easily accessible from downtown. The J-Church runs along Church Street through Mission Dolores, carrying commuters onto the Financial District and the Embarcadero. With quick freeway access for those who work on the Peninsula and several shuttle stops, commuting to Silicon Valley is simple.
Catering to such a diverse neighborhood population, Noe Valley offers a variety of year-round things to experience along its charming streets, including: Sunday FARMER’S MARKET
offering certified organic produce and operated primarily by community volunteers just adjacent to the new play space created for little ones in Noe Valley Town Square
A wide array of restaurants, including La Ciccia
, Uma Casa
, Henry Hunan’s
, and Chloe’s
on Church St. to CONTIGO
, Lupa Trattoria
, Hamano Sushi
, and Barney’s
off the 24th
Street corridor to name a few.