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Street Walker: Where To Eat, Shop, And Play On 22nd Street!

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    [Update: This story was originally published on September 30, 2011.]

    With awe-inspiring temperatures sweeping San Francisco, there’s no better way to see the city than setting out on an epic stroll. One action-packed strip you must hit? None other than 22nd Street, which is filled with a bevy of cool, new shops (Press: Works On Paper, Mira Mira, Pot + Pantry), salons (Pretty Pretty Collective), places to dine (Beast and the Hare, Loló), drink (Latin Social Club), dance (Make-Out Room), and much more! Plus, if you’ve got a car handy, you can continue your single-street exploration over in the Dogpatch, where the micro-hood’s own 22nd Street strip is getting cooler by the day. Put on your walking shoes (we’ve got some great flats options here!), we’ll see you on the drag.


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