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Top 10 Neighborhood Amenities in Noe Valley; San Francisco, California

Noe Valley is a family friendly neighborhood in Central San Francisco! With delicious eateries, great schools and transportation, Noe has become a very coveted area to buy a home and build a family. Located just South of the famous Castro district, and just west of the boisterous Mission, Noe is a quiet retreat while not being very far from the action.

Whole Foods Market

Have all of the comfort of the super-market you know and love with the Noe Valley Whole Foods Market. Located on busy 24th street, it is in walking distance from many of the main streets in Noe Valley, with a decent sized parking lot!

Barney's Gourmet Hamburgers

A great place to try a special artisanal burger with a pitcher of your favorite craft beer! Delicious, laid back and special- Barney's will not disappoint. Just a walk from the grocery store, you can stop by before or after your errands on 24th street.

Drewes Meats

A wonderful place to be served by knowledgeable butchers that provide the finest cuts of meat. The service is enough to keep you coming back, but the quality speaks for itself. A Noe Valley gem, this specialty meat shop offers many Organic options and is willing to accommodate special requests.

La Boulange

Wonderful breakfast or lunch spot, with great coffee. This little cafe won’t disappoint you with its amount of delicious options offered. The only thing I don't like about it is that I always want to try EVERYTHING. The open-faced sandwiches are delicious, and the pre-made salads are always fresh when I am in a hurry.

Noe Valley Library

Awesome staff! Open 7 days a week, with special DVD rental option. A great place if you need to use community computers or study. Children's section is separated in its own room, which is convenient as the little ones can play without disruption.

Douglas Playground and Park

Great space to bring the kids, and the dog! The park has a cute old-fashioned slide, and mid-sized dog park. A great space to put out a blanket and enjoy the weather or play with the kids. There are plenty restrooms, and the over-all park is separate from the playground. It is simply a cute and cozy San Francisco Park.

Martha and Bros Coffee

A place where the staff learns your name, and you feel welcomed every time you walk in the door. The coffee is great and their breakfast options are extremely satisfying. The staff here loves making you happy, and welcomes special requests based on your specific tastes.

Noe Farmer's Market

Awesome place to pick up your veggies and get your local fix. Vendors offer a large selection of fresh produce and homemade products. It is also a great place to mix in with the community on the weekend. There are always fresh meats available, which is a nice option.

Flowers of the Valley Florist

Much more than a regular local florist, Flowers of the Valley can accommodate special requests with just a few hours in advance. I have gone in here for a special arrangement same day, and they have helped me with a smile. A great place to go for special occasion flower orders!

Chloe's Cafe

Scrumptious spot for brunch on the weekend! A great neighborhood cafe, with many different breakfast and lunch options. The banana pancakes are a popular breakfast items, though their lunch soups and sandwiches are also to die for!

Mairin Haley

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Top 10 Neighborhood Amenities in Noe Valley; San Francisco, California