I’m sure you’ve heard it, but San Francisco definitely has it’s stereotypes:
- The Marina – Douche-y guys/fake girls
- The Mission – Hipsters
- FiDi – Bankers/Corporate suites
- Chinatown – Chinese
- Japantown – Japanese
- Castro – Gays
- Haight Ashbury – Hippies
- Russian Hill/Pac Heights – Yuppies
- Nob Hill – Same
- Tenderloin – Crackheads
These essentially are generalizations made about the districts in The City. Are these correct in their assumptions? Maybe. But does it really matter? No.
There is some place–bar, restaurant, shop, hole in the wall–for everyone. Go somewhere you’ve never been. Do something you’ve always wanted to do, but were holding back. Life is too short to only play it safe.