Friends at the entrance to Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco

Friends at Golden Gate Bridge entrance in the Presidio, San Francisco; (c) Soul Of America

San Francisco

Despite a smaller black population due to gentrification, the Soul of San Francisco still pops with style and a progressive black mayor.

History

Cultural Sites

Restaurants & Nightclubs

Shops & Galleries

Golden Gate Park

Heritage Sites

Black Wineries in Wine Country

Fillmore District

1300 Fillmore Supperclub Signals District Revival

Black Spas

General Attractions

The Embarcadero

Family Attractions

Arts

President Obama visting Crissy Field in San Francisco

President Obama when he visited Crissy Field in San Francisco

Architecture

The Presidio

Riding The Rails In Wine Country

San Mateo County

Trivia & Famous Residents

Events 

Black culture in City by the Bay remains strong in the Fillmore District, Bayview, Hunters Point, and several smaller districts. Every visit by a black traveler should include downtown’s Museum of the African Diaspora to set the stage for cultural awareness and achievement.

Despite its lower African-American population, Fillmore District remains the heartbeat of Black San Francisco. You can get soul food, see black merchants, get a good haircut, embrace a spa treatment, and enjoy small concerts there.

Inhale the Fillmore to feel the pulse of the City by the Bay.



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