Soak Up San Francisco Culture at Union Square & ChinatownUnion Square and Chinatown are two of San Francisco's most famous neighboring districts. A shopper's paradise, Union Square is dotted with major department stores, upscale boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants. This California historical landmark is also home to off-Broadway theaters, Coit Tower, a bustling nightlife, and numerous salons and spas. Visitors can ride a quick cable car North over to Chinatown, where they can dine at some of the city's best restaurants, shop for souvenirs, and hit the markets and bakeries. San Francisco has the largest Chinatown of any major US city. Shop the square, savor California wines, stop in the Tin How Temple, or order the best dim sum in the country at these two famous San Francisco neighborhoods.
Prices -Prices vary per establishment.
Hours -Typical retail stores and restaurants open at 9 am. Check with each venue for specific hours of operation.
- Fashion Shows
- Street Fairs
- Macy's Flower Show
- Homeboy 5K & Festival
- Chinese New Year Festival
- Live Music