49 San Francisco Bars and Restaurants Around During the Summer of Love that You Can Still Eat At Today

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Tacos in San Francisco
Today, not only can you experience it on the corners of Haight and Ashbury, but in many of the restaurants that still remain operating San Francisco today. Who knows, you could be dining today where like the likes of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix or the Grateful Dead once ate.
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10 San Francisco Hotels to Park Your Luggage While You're Out Having an Adventure

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From gay bed & breakfasts that launched in the ’60s Castro to the groundbreaking Phoenix Hotel in the Tenderloin, home to rock stars and celebrities, to hundreds of hosts at Airbnb, San Francisco has created unique hospitality for the millions of visitors who pour into the city every year, many who arrive for Pride, Folsom Street Fair or dozens of other only-in-San Francisco affairs. When the city calls to you for a visit — and it will call, often — here are some of the best places to park your luggage while you’re out having an adventure and, ideally situated for a good night's sleep when you return from your exploring.
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How the Summer of Love Created the San Francisco Sounds

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Perhaps no art form more exemplifies San Francisco's Summer of Love than the music of the era. It led an explosion of culture and expression in the balmy summer months of 1967, and a counterculture revolution swept through the city by the bay. Tens of thousands of young folks swarmed to the Haight-Ashbury and Golden Gate Park, and they brought with them the sounds of change.

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