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Very colourful with the rainbow flags and crossings. A street full of historic moments. Some old men seem to like to walk up and down the street naked I don’t know why but they do. We saw several older men doing this and they kept...More
A sunny afternoon on arrival for the first time in SF and what a delight to roam gently the street of the Castro area.
Renowned for its LGBTI locals, shops, cafes and bars it is a lot of fun for people watching and taking in...More
A very special and colorful neighborhood that teaches about the proud community culture.
If you are a narrow minded person, this is not the place for you! You better get there and leave the prejudice at home.
I really enjoyed the area, it has lots...More
The Castro is located in a beautiful neighborhood with gorgeous views, and it possesses a rich history.
This district was one of the birthplaces of the modern LGBT civil rights movement. Although very different from its heyday in the 70s, it still has the vibe...More
The whole of this area was s well known for its Gay and LGBT community . The colourful history of the area has a museum . The entire stretch is dotted with rainbow flags and the dainty culture which makes it the Mecca Of culture...More
The Castro District is synonymous with gay culture since 1970’s. The lavish Castro Theatre and the GLBT Historic Museum are also found here, as are businesses catering to the gay community. On Market Street, the 19th-century F-line streetcars head to Fisherman’s Wharf.
Let me state up front I'm an openly gay freelance writer. I spent many years living in San Diego and took frequent trips to San Francisco. So many places on this street still hold precious memories.
I returned a few weeks ago with a friend...More
Took trans daughter on trip to San Fran's Castro District in hopes of finding friendly acceptance when shopping in stores or dining in their restaurants. Restaurants were great, cheerful, engaging in conversation, but stores ignored us when we came in and didn't greet or make...More
A flourishing commercial area that acts as San Francisco's LGBT community center and cultural heart, the Castro is a neighbourhood welcome to everyone. As one of the first predominantly LGBT neighbourhoods in the United States and currently its largest, it remains one of the epicenters of activism in the nation. Grand theatres and glitzy shops now compete with bars and fashionable eateries for attention,
drawing visitors from around the world to the bright rainbow flag acting as its beacon.
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It completely depends on what style of food and your price point. The Castro is filled with wonderful places to eat, from the dinner vibe to 5-star places. I didn't have one bad meal at any place. Here are a few I really... More
It completely depends on what style of food and your price point. The Castro is filled with wonderful places to eat, from the dinner vibe to 5-star places. I didn't have one bad meal at any place. Here are a few I really enjoyed.
Anchor Oyster Bar...be early and be prepared to wait. It's worth it!!