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Haight St & Ashbury St
San Francisco, CA 94117, US
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Hilary and Gur's Wedding
"The district generally encompasses the neighborhood surrounding Haight Street, bounded by Stanyan Street and Golden Gate Park on the West, Oak Street and the Golden Gate Park Panhandle on the North, Baker Street and Buena Vista Park to the East, and Frederick Street and Ashbury Heights and Cole Valley neighborhoods to the South. Famous for the 1960's hippie movement, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Monterey Pop Festival."
Jen and Dan's Wedding
"Hippies!! Fun/interesting shops!"
Gala Spectacular Wedding
"The district is famous for its role as a center of the 1960s hippie movement, a post-runner and closely associated offshoot of the Beat generation or beat movement, members of which swarmed San Francisco's "in" North Beach neighborhood two to eight years before the "Summer of Love" in 1967. Many who could not find space to live in San Francisco's northside found it in the quaint, relatively cheap and underpopulated Haight-Ashbury. The '60s era and modern American counterculture have been synonymous with San Francisco and the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood ever since. The area still maintains its bohemian ambiance, though the effects of gentrification are also apparent. Though Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream is now located at the famous Haight-Ashbury intersection, the neighborhood remains a thriving center of independent local businesses. It is home to a number of independent restaurants and bars, as well as clothing boutiques, booksellers (including The Booksmith, the site of a number of historic author events in the past), head shops and record stores including the well-known Amoeba Music. The cohabitation between throw-backs to the Fifties lounge scene, the organic and spiritual New Age ambiance via the Sixties, and the punk-rock scene of the Seventies and beyond is one of the neighborhood's most interesting and endearing aspects. http://www.lovehaight.org"
Meaghan and Tony's Wedding
"This neighborhood is the center of the hippie universe, and still a dense district of quirky boutiques and cafes. Something happened here in the 60s, but man, if you remember it, you weren’t there."
San Francisco Wedding In November
"Flash back to the 70's and take a stroll down Haight St. Catch the #71 bus on Market Street headed towards the Haight. Get off on Haight and Masonic."
Muir Beach Wedding In September
"The birthplace of the San Francisco hippy and peace movements."
San Francisco Wedding In August
"Visit the center of The Summer of Love. http://www.sfgate.com/traveler/guide/sf/neighborhoods/haight.shtml"
Helen and Matt's Wedding
"The center of San Francisco's counter-culture. Very cool neighborhood and shops."
Burlingame Wedding In June
"The area is known as The Haight and is a great place to see some real local San Francisco flavor. A little seedy but it's got some flower power as it was the cultural nerve-center of the 1960s hippy movement. The modern-day Haight preserves much of the verve and style that defined it during the '69 "Summer of Love" but now adds to the mix a healthy dash of capitalism. Alongside spike-headed punks and grey-headed burn-outs, you'll now find trendy retro-clothing stores, fantastic ethnic food, mellow sidewalk cafes, exotic boutiques, ultra-hip clubs and bars, used book crannies, and cavernous music stores including San Francisco's deservedly famous Amoeba Music."
Lauren and Brian's Wedding
"Some psychadelic relics, colorful Victorians . . . but a lot of Starbucks."
Riquelen and Okem's Wedding
"amed as the cultural nerve-center of the 1960s hippy movement, the modern-day Haight preserves much of the verve and style that defined it during the '69 "Summer of Love"--but now adds to the mix a healthy dash of capitalism. Alongside spike-headed punks and grey-headed burn-outs, you'll now find trendy retro-clothing stores, fantastic ethnic food, mellow sidewalk cafes, exotic boutiques, ultra-hip clubs and bars, used book crannies, and cavernous music stores--including San Francisco's deservedly-famous Amoeba Music. Though somewhat grittier than other spots around town (thanks to its location between two city parks), the Haight keeps alive the spirit of the era that created it, and it is a worthwhile place to check out--even if it's just long enough to have a coffee and reminisce about the good ol' days."
Nada and Danaus' Wedding
"Haight and Ashbury Streets. Very good food and cheap. The area is known as The Haight and is a great place to see some real local San Francisco flavor. It's got some flower power there."
tamsen and doug's Wedding
Teresa and Jason's Wedding
San Francisco Wedding In June
San Francisco Wedding In October
Haight St & Ashbury St
San Francisco, CA 94117, US