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Union Square

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San FranciscoCalifornia 94108
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Union Square in San Francisco

There is always something to do here, especially in Union Square, which is a short walk from the Hotel NikkoShop the boutiques and major department storesDine out on every food imaginable, from Asian and Mexican to Italian and FrenchCatch a world premiere play or Broadway hit at one of the many theatersExplore the innumerable galleries featuring photography, paintings, and sculptureAnd hop a ride on the Powell Street cable car for unforgettable views of the City by the Bay


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  • Cable Car Bell Ringing Contest
  • Art Shows
  • Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony



  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Galleries
  • Cable Car Rides


There are plenty of parking garages in Union Square, such as the Sutter Stockton Garage at 444 Stockton Street and the Union Square Garage at 333 Post Street. For a list of all the Union Square parking garages, visit http://www.sfpark.org.

Public Transportation

It’s very easy to reach Union Square by public transportation. If you’re in San Francisco, you can get there by streetcar or bus as well as by BART, which is the way to go if you’re in the East Bay. Caltrain is a great option for those living on the Peninsula. Learn more at http://www.visitunionsquaresf.com/getting_around/transportation_and_tours.


  • Where can I eat in Union Square?

    Whatever type of food you enjoy, you’ll enjoy a multitude of restaurants from which to choose. Classic American fare is served at John's Grill, authentic Italian is on the menu at Kuleto’s, fine French meals can be savored at Grand Café Brasserie, and California cuisine with an Asian influence is the domain of Restaurant ANZU at the Hotel Nikko.
  • Where can I shop in Union Square?

    Shopping is synonymous with Union Square. Discover top department stores, such as Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, and Nordstrom, along with a wide range of unique shops like 7 For All Mankind, Agent Provocateur, and Gump’s.

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by Thursday, July 25, 2013
Lots of window shopping for beautiful things. Live music and dancing during the whole day. Beautiful architectures and streets.


by Thursday, July 25, 2013
Union square is an excellent location for shopping and also for just soaking up the San Francisco atmosphere. We shopped all day and then in the evening watched the Chinese New Year Parade pass through so union square was the place to be.
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