Out Of Town: Exploring San Francisco’s SoMa Neighborhood

Encompassing a vast, architecturally and demographically diverse tract of central San Francisco that extends from the Mission District to the bay, SoMa is most markedly defined by what it stands for: It’s the neighborhood south of Market Street.

Within this urban swath containing everything from shiny new loft condos to vintage refurbished warehouses, you’ll find a vibrant stretch of waterfront on the bay, the culturally dynamic Yerba Buena Gardens complex, several stylish hotels, the heart of the city’s leather-and-Levi’s queer scene, a few of the longest-running gay dance clubs in the country and some of the city’s trendiest restaurants and cafes.

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