Some Great Shopping
(near Fillmore St intersection)
San Francisco, CA
Union Street stretches over nearly the entire width of San Francisco; along the way it intersects some of its most interesting neighborhoods. Along its western end used to be a bar where Jefferson Airplane was formed, whereas its middle now crosses serene Cow Hollow. However, where Union meets downtown is clearly the most developed area, where hundreds of restaurants and shops provide food and entertainment to San Franciscans. Obviously, Union Square is a good place to start, where luxury stores beckon, and department stores tower over the visitors. If you take the street west, you will find an endless array of gift shops, art stores, jewelry stores--stores that sell anything that can be bought, for as long as your legs can take you.
Best Modes of Transportation:
Parking Availability: Limited
Average Price per Hour: $0-$5
Notes: There is metered street parking along Union Street.
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