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The Castro District is a bright, colorful, and flourishing neighborhood in San Francisco. It was one of the first gay neighborhoods in the United States and remains to this day a prominent symbol of LGBTQ activism and events around the world. That and its proximity to the business district on Market Street has helped it become a popular destination for restaurants, stylish shops, and popular bars. Here’s our guide to some of the most popular restaurants in this vibrant neighborhood in San Francisco.
This small venue has a menu that changes daily and features locally sourced California-inspired dishes. Always arrive early to Frances because tables are highly sought-after, and it can get crowded and somewhat noisy. Enjoy hearty appetizers like applewood smoked bacon beignets and panisse fries, delicious entrees like Sonoma duck confit and Mount Lassen red trout, and follow up with dark chocolate bread pudding or lumberjack cake and a nightcap.