F Street Car Line
will bring you there.
Picture yourself standing at the Chevron station and looking across 17TH Street at the Twin Peaks Bar and then beyond to the entrance to the retail wonderland of The Castro neighborhood.
There is the Twin Peaks Bar on your right and with Orphan Andy's Restaurant next door down the street. In the center you see the trolley cars of yesteryear.
In honor of the beloved first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California; cruelly assassinated by a fellow Supervisor and posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
The elegantly restored queen of the Castro with its Spanish Colonial Baroque design has thrilled both gay and straight audiences for over 90 years. Inside there is a wonderful Wurlitzer organ.
Here's an aerial view of this important corner of The Castro scene showing the wonderful array of small shops that make up the friendly, personal, tasteful, commercial Castro neighborhood.
Blue sky aerial view of this important corner of the Castro scene showing the wonderful array of small shops that make up the friendly, personal, tasteful, commercial Castro neighborhood. Features Harvey's Bar & Restaurant named after the first openly gay supervisor.
An iconic establishment with the endearing name located at the corner of 18th & Hartford Streets; not quite yet a half a century old and energetically infusing the neighborhood spirit noon to 2:00 A.M.everyday.
Walking up 18th Street toward Castro Street you come upon this scene at the corner of Hartford & 18th Streets. Directly back cross the street is Moby Dick Bar (featured in the previous scene). As you continue strolling on you will see the changes in The Castro: the new facade of the famous Mid Night Sun Bar, one of the popular night spots in The Castro and the addition of new restaurants and book stores.
A bar built for sound-the Karaoke kind. Every Thursday, the City's top-rated DJ gets behind his sophisticated systems, mixes each mic, and makes sure every singer sounds like a rock star. Formerly called the Pendulum in its heyday, one of the most inter-racially mixed bars in the Castro.