Was it the fall of 1966 or the winter of ’67? As the Haight saying goes, if you can remember the Summer of Love, man, you probably...
Haight & Ashbury
This legendary intersection was the epicenter of the psychedelic '60s and remains a counterculture magnet. On average Saturdays here you...
Grateful Dead House
Like surviving members of the Grateful Dead, this purple Victorian sports a touch of gray – but during the Summer of Love, this was...
Aub Zam Zam
Arabesque arches, an Arabian Nights –style mural, 1930s jazz on the jukebox and top-shelf cocktails at low-shelf prices have brought...
Escape from New York Pizza
The Haight's obligatory mid-bender stop for a hot slice. Pesto with roasted garlic and potato will send you blissfully off to...
1725 Haight St · interesting places nearby
The tin ceilings are hammered and floors well-stomped, but drinks expertly crafted from 250 specialty spirits aren't made for pounding – hence the 'No Red Bull/No Jägermeister' sign and dainty duck-heart bar snacks. The Southern Exposure (gin, mint, lime, celery juice) smooths over heated Haight arguments (Janis or Jimi?) but the Vow of Silence (rye, cherry liqueur, bitters) renders everyone speechless.