The best places to go in the East Cut, by vibe
Cinematic views of the Bay Bridge from the top of Rincon Hill. A utopian landscape of Salesforce Park floating through a forest of new high rise buildings. The East Cut neighborhood is definitely a vibe. This fast growing part of the city is any urbanist's fantasy land.
Amid the awe-inspiring mega structures of Salesforce Tower and the Transbay Terminal an odd tranquility and human scale lives along the streets of this part of the city. Explore elevated gardens slicing through downtown and find your way down to the city's world class waterfront. Small open spaces, public art installations and local businesses bring people together to enjoy the public life of one of the most metropolitan parts of San Francisco. Cocktails at Prospect. Tesora - medium sweet, medium creamy - at Philz Coffee. Mango sticky rice at Lao Table. This is your guide to the best places to go in the East Cut, broken down by vibe.
Read more about the neighborhood’s history and the new identity it has forged in recent years.
Let the good times roll! This is for people looking for popular, adventurous, spontaneous, and very social spots.
For when your mood is more introspective and calm. Enjoy experiences that are cozy, comforting, and serene.
For those who are living the dream, shining and living who they are out loud, but also kicking back in beautiful art spaces, hidden gems, buying from cool shops and peaceful, purpose-free experiences.
For those into landmarks, reviving older things, feeling retro, nostalgic, sentimental, traditional, and sightseeing at popular old spots.