Explore One of the Most Stylish Shopping and Dining Streets in San Francisco
Stylish. Historic. And the big draw about the legendary blocks along Fillmore Street is its energy. After the earthquake of 1906, San Franciscans teamed up here to create what is said to be the oldest neighborhood merchant corridor in the city. By the mid-40s many music venues and dance halls cropped up in the Fillmore District too, particularly nightclubs that catered to African Americans-- for a time this was a jazz epicenter that attracted greats like Ella Fitzgerald, Charles Mingus, Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday. Today, the street is decked out with diverse shops and many lively parklets for dining. Speaking of food choices: Fillmore eats cover award-winning restaurants, old school European, family-friendly bites, watering holes and more. Whatever you’re in the mood for, stroll around Fillmore for a unique mix of vibes, made possible by its cool local businesses and people.