South of Chestnut Street, Cow Hollow’s eclectic collection of restaurants and bars complement its more easygoing sister, the Marina. Abuzz every day and night of the week, this neighborhood is the epicenter of city nightlife with its unrivaled variety of dining options along Fillmore and Union Streets. Top-ranked dinner favorites include Terzo, Tacko, and Perry’s, and bars such as Balboa Cafe and Horseshoe Tavern ignite at happy hour and sparkle well past sundown.
Positioned along Highway 101, access to the rest of the city is effortless in this entry point to SF. With Pacific Heights to the south and Polk Street to the east, Cow Hollow is surrounded by activity hubs that further reject any possibility of boredom.