Jack Kerouac's Love Shack
This modest house on a quiet alley was the source of major literature and drama from 1951 to 1952, when Jack Kerouac shacked up with...
The scenic route down from Ina Coolbrith Park – via steep stairs, past gravity-defying wooden cottages – is so charming, it looks like...
George Sterling Park
'Homeward into the sunset/Still unwearied we go/Till the northern hills are misty/With the amber of afterglow.' Poet George Sterling's...
Smack on the Powell-Hyde cable, Zarzuela is the long-shining star among several fine restaurants along Hyde St, on Russian Hill proper....
1999 Hyde St · interesting places nearby
Bite into your ice-cream cone, and get an instant brain-freeze and hit of nostalgia besides. Oooh-ouch, that peppermint stick really takes you back, doesn't it? The 16oz root-beer floats are the 1950s version of Prozac, but the classic hot fudge sundae is pure serotonin with sprinkles on top.