Glen Park, San Francisco
Glen Park is nestled in a valley below Diamond Heights and around the corner from Noe Valley. Much of the real estate in Glen Park sits along narrow, winding streets on the hill, offering old San Francisco charm and stunning views.
Downtown Glen Park consists of a few stores and restaurants at Diamond and Chenery Streets. While a few old places remain, several modern shops have popped up in recent years. Take a look at ModernPast, Destination Baking Company, or Canyon Market in the new public library building.
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image of Diamond Street in Glen Park, as well as the above image of Glen Park homes, were both provided by PhliarShamim
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For good food, experience Le P'tit Laurent, Chenery Park, Gialina Pizzeria, Osha Thai or the classic joint, Tyger’s Coffee Shop. And no San Francisco neighborhood would be complete without several cafes: Pebbles, Café Bello and Higher Ground are all within a few feet of one another.
There’s much to explore, with hiking trails and playing fields within Glen Canyon Park. And the rest of the city is easy to access, with a BART station and quick access to Interstate 280.
Glen Park: It’s where old and new San Francisco meet.