Welcome to North Beach Neighbors
View of North Beach, from Telegraph Hill, 1856. Image courtesy of Southern Methodist University, Central University Libraries, DeGolyer Library .
Taken in 2008, present view of North Beach from Coit Tower. Image courtesy of hao$.
An icon of San Francisco and preserving the local charm of North Beach, the Mason Street cable car climbs hills.
The steeples of Saint Francis of Assisi Church on Vallejo Street.
The Painted Ladies of North Beach. Image courtesy of satosphere.
A rustic North Beach Italian deli, preserving the local charm. Image courtesy of Cyril Caton.
View of the Transamerica Pyramid from North Beach in San Francisco, California. Image courtesy of Franco Folini.
Rich in cultural history, famous cafes provide a cultural landmark of the Bohemian era and help preserve the local charm of the neighborhood. Image courtesy of Digital Archaeology.
Red balance--wine glasses, hanging at the bar, waiting for red wine. Image courtesy of Don McCullough.
The steeples of Saints Peter and Paul Church on Filbert Street.
San Francisco harbor, 1850 or 1851, with Alcatraz Island in the background.
North Beach Neighbors is a source of
helping to preserve the community’s local charm.
Its mission is to provide information to the community.
We do not take a position or stand in any issue. Rather, we try to bring people together by informing and providing up-to-date information.
and become a Neighbor today!
North Beach Neighbors, P.O. Box 330115,
San Francisco, CA 94133
Header: View of North Beach from Coit Tower, image courtesy of $hao