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Union Square SF's Newsletter Signup Photos Vidéos Évènements Avis Mentions J’aime Publications Twitter Pinterest Instagram feed Créer une Page Communauté Invitez vos amis à aimer cette Page 71 677 personnes aiment ça 69 597 personnes suivent ce lieu 1 749 237 personnes y sont allées À propos Voir tout 333 Post Street 94108 San Francisco (415) 781-7880 Contact Union Square, San Francisco on Messenger Monument et lieu historique · Quartier commerçant · Parc Heures : Toujours ouvert Heures populaires Personnes 71 677 mentions J’aime 1 749 237 visites D’autres personnes aiment également PIER 39 Monument et lieu historique San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Aéroport Life in San Francisco Arts et divertissement Monuments à San Francisco Pages aimées par cette Page Minako Organic Japanese Cuisine John Allans Sears Fine Food Lieux San Francisco Arts et divertissement Monument et lieu historique Union Square, San Francisco Français (France) · English (US) · Español · Português (Brasil) · Deutsch Confidentialité · Conditions d’utilisation · Publicité · Choisir sa pub · Cookies · Plus Facebook © 2017 Photos Voir xhzobrsc. presidential rolex day date 2 replica tout Vidéos Ding goes the cable car! Come visit us in #UnionSquareSF! Plan your trip here: 1,2 K 119 Ding Ding goes the cable car! Plan your next trip to #UnionSquareSF here: 951 58 Come watch our cable cars get turned around by hand here at the Powell St. Cable Car Turnaround. #UnionSquareSF 513 58 Voir tout Avis 22 057 avis Donnez votre avis Abdel Raouf · 17 avril 2017 La ville est très calme !!! Pas grand chose a faire la nuit. La ville et le quartier est cher pour pas grand chose Hisk Hiam · 16 mai 2017 Jolie style et couleurs de maisons dommage qu'il y a beaucoup d'emboutei llage. Ivor Roberts · 27 mai 2017 Always wanted to go and for most of it not disappoint ed.we got from the airport to Union Square by the Bart train which is easy to use and only $8 single. To ri ... de the cable car up them hill was fantastic the driver and conductor most friendly with a smile on their faces. Went round the city on a hop on & off bus tour which is a great way to see the city in 2 hrs expect to pay around $45/ $50 we went on the whole tour first then went round again and got off where we wanted too. Booked the trip to Alcatraz before we left England which I feel is the best thing to do if only stopping for a few days due to how popular the trip is and the trip was just fantastic. The cell tour is a must and in with the price for me it made you feel part of the place, a great few hours. Went to Golden Gate and walked along the bridge again, great to see up close but take a coat if it looks cloudy as it can be windy. Chinatown was nothing special but lots of places to eat. For me it wouldn't be right not to mention a couple of things, the city is really expensive for both food and drink so take lots of dollars but the biggest issue is the amount of homeless on the streets which could put people off I don't know what the situation is and I'm not judging but something needs to happen Afficher la suite Lidia Santos · 7 mai 2017 I was looking forward to San Francisco and we stayed at the handlery union square hotel. There is people living on the street everywhere . Union square was full ... with homeless people which made me unsafe and scared and sad! We witness a homeless guy smashing a window of a shop and break a computer machine at mac Donald's. I thought it was a place I would go back to but unfortunat ely I would not go back to San Francisco. There is homeless people everywhere all over the streets and no police around. Afficher la suite Randy Thrower · 25 avril 2017 I remember visiting this city off and on when I lived in California but it has really gotten worse. Drugged out tweekers everywhere acting very violent at tim ... es. Unbelievab lly rude trolley operators! !!! Everyone one of these guys were acting like complete assholes to the tourists and locals alike. There are still some friendly pockets in this beautiful city but it's getting hard to find. I was there 3 days and never saw a policeman Afficher la suite Jesse Chuy Rodriguez · 17 avril 2017 First time visiting San Francisco and we had an awesome time. Stayed at Hotel Diva on Geary about two blocks from union square. Location was great, lots of diff ... erent choices for public transporta tion. Bought the Muni 3 day passport and we went all over from Fisherman' s Wharf, Chinatown, Nobb Hill, Castro district, AT&T park and Painted Ladies. Overall a great experience ! Only bad thing was lots of homeless around the area. Afficher la suite Bipin Savant · 6 juin 2017 A great place to hang out with your family and go on a shopping spree with the best of purchase joints in the vicinity and eateries too. A tour of not so distant Chinatown will complete the fun if you manage to save some funds!! Gerald Balbalec · 5 juin 2017 It was a nostalgic trip for myself to walk around Union Square. It brought back so many great memories of my childhood, like hanging out with my dad & little br ... other feeding pigeons & observing people while being taught life lessons I now understand to this day. Half of my heart will always be in San Francisco. Native born San Franciscan currently living in Los Angeles, California . Afficher la suite Tina Siluangkhot · il y a 3 heures First time visiting San Francisco and we had an awesome time. Stayed at Hilton Hotel so nice. Great shopping,f ood and much more...... but a lot of homeless people and crackheads . Went round the city on a hop on & off bus tour which is a great way to see the city in 2 hours Philip Horsted · 15 mai 2017 San Francisco is a very cosmopolit an city and easy going I love the easiness of the place and the wine in Napa and Sonama the cable cars are unique and I hope t ... hey continue the only negatives are the amount of homeless people they do not trouble you but they have a tough life and it should be addressed it has got worse since my last visit but I shall be back Afficher la suite Helen Lee · 5 juin 2017 I have been living abroad for the last 5 years, and I have decided to make a quick stop to downtown SF in between flight connection . Always love SF, and always will. Good to be home. Erlyne Dela Cruz · 28 mai 2017 Everytime we come to San Francisco for a night or two, it's Union Square. We like staying in the hotels there because it's walking distance to alot of SF's loca ... l and tourist spots. Hop on UBER and venture even further. Come for the shopping, site seeing, people watching.. ...whereve r you go, you're sure to learn something new about one of SF's coolest districts. Afficher la suite James Alexander Russell · 21 mai 2017 Shit hole full of bums and crack heads. Nice if you like being asked for money every few feet. I don't understand why any one would like this place. Avoid. Dee Gor · 3 juin 2017 Wonderful atmosphere with outdoor coffee and wine, live bands, art and even happy dogs. Always love coming here. It is best when the sun shines. Peter Alexei Ausing · 27 mai 2017 Lots of hookers after 9PM, many to choose from. Also lots of drunk out of town business men her to support the local economy. I see them night after night at the different ATM machines as they negotiate the rates with the ladies of the night. Evan Momios · 22 mai 2017 Positive but short experience . The room was a little too small for my taste but it was clean and well maintained . This is a small hotel but big on character. Anup Ramuka · 27 avril 2017 This was my first time and really a wonderful place to hang on with friends, shopping , all good restaurant overall a fantastic place. Will definitely visit second time. Pravin Hirani · 25 mai 2017 There is a certain aromatic smell one has to get used to when walking around downtown San Francisco, it's all year round, and fresh especially in the mornings, that's the smell of PISS. Eduardo Cornholio Hiram · 29 mai 2017 Great mall, a little bit hidden but the place is huge and you can find literally everyrhing Harshad Raveshia · 3 juin 2017 Place for the people whom money NO matters!! All famous expensive brands with high price tags... I was lucky enough as due to time crisis we could visit few shops for shopping.. . Enjoyed shopping!! Voir tout Publications Union Square, San Francisco · 2 juin, 13:58 ·

Join us for Lunch on the Lane every Friday from 11am -3 pm on Maiden Lane at the corner of Stockton St. You can't beat rotisserie chicken and potatoes from @countrygrillsf or homemade sausage from Rills Chimney Cake!

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# HappyMonday from your friends in # UnionSquareSF ! Here's what's happening in The Square this week:

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Happy Friday! Why not start your weekend off with a delicious sundae from Lori's Diner!

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Here are some great tips from our friends at Recology! Thank you for keeping our city clean!

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Trinity Place's new courtyard opens today! Stop by and check it out for yourself!

Courtyard at Trinity Place Opening Thursday Afternoon - Trinity SF Piazza Angelo, the brand new courtyard at Trinity Place, is opening Thursday afternoon. Standing at the heart of the courtyard is artist Lawrence Argent’s Venus, a 92-foot stainless steel sculpture. Venus... Union Square, San Francisco · 14 avril · San Francisco, California ·

Joins us for "Lunch on the Lane" every Friday from 11am-3pm on Maiden Lane here in # UnionSquareSF !

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The Hotel Nikko San Francisco, located at 222 Mason St. celebrated its 30th anniversary this week by unveiling their $60 million renovation. The hotel has been closed since Dec. 2016 and during that time, 405 guestrooms have been refreshed with deep-seated sofas, organic light fixtures and marble bathrooms with soaking tubs and separate showers. Their elegant third-floor ballroom is now a work of art and they have a fabulous new indoor pool with a glass atrium and an outdoor terrace. So make your reservations today and be one of the first to stay in the beautifully renovated Hotel Nikko.

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’Macy's s 71st Annual Flower Show is back! From March 24th - April 9th Macy’s in # UnionSquareSF will transform into a floral carnival extravaganza. Feast your eyes on millions of blooms, replica rides, and an amazing carousel enhanced with the season's most fantastic flowers. Take a trip through the Tunnel of Love and be sure to visit their whimsical “photo-op” stops plucked right from the midway. Click here for all the spectacular details, including daily special events. And, don’t forget to stop by their Delancey Street plant sale on April 10th to take a piece of the flower show home with you!

Macy's Flower Show presents: Carnival | Visit Union Square | Hotels,... Come on out to Macy's celebration of the iconic American carnival, reimagined with organic installations and floral arrangements throughout select... Union Square, San Francisco · 25 mars ·

The Starlight Room bar may have the best view in the city, except on Sundays, when the windows are blacked out, the curtains are drawn and feathers, sequins and bouffant hairdos take center stage during their legendary Sunday's A Drag brunch. For over a decade, Sundays A Drag- Starring Donna Sachet, has featured song-and-dance routines by elaborately costumed drag queens and transgender performers during two Sunday shows, one at 11:30am and the other at 2pm. Tickets are $76.82 and all ages are welcome! Details:

Sunday's A Drag | Visit Union Square | Hotels, Shopping, Travel, and Events The Greatest Drag Show in San Francisco! Door Time: 10:30 am Ticket Price: $76.82 Union Square, San Francisco · 24 mars ·

# UnionSquareSF may be home to the City’s largest concentration of luxury, department and boutiques shops, but it is also a vibrant district full of historical landmarks, beautiful architecture, amazing city views and some of the City’s oldest buildings. To get a real feel of the area, here are a few of our favorite tours of The Square.

Best Tours of Union Square, San Francisco | Visit Union Square | Hotels,... Union Square may be home to the City’s largest concentration of luxury, department and boutiques shops, but it is also a vibrant district full of... Union Square, San Francisco · 13 mars ·

# HappyMonday from your friends in # UnionSquareSF ! This week we've got # StPatricksDay Parties & Events in The Square, Lunch on the Lane, Fashion Design Workshops, Swatch® US Official Grand Opening, Olivia Colt at Macy's and More!

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Take care of both yourself and the environment when you eat with the seasons. On March 18th starting at 2pm, Olivia Colt from Salt and Honey Catering will be sharing important tips on how to keep your diet clean and sustainable by loading up on spring produce and local, responsibly raised meat and seafood. Then it's show & taste time when she brings the ingredients together in a mouthwatering dish for all to try. Details:

Cooking Demo With Olivia Colt | Visit Union Square | Hotels, Shopping,... Take care of both yourself and the environment when you eat with the seasons. Olivia Colt shares tips on keeping it all clean and sustainable by... Union Square, San Francisco · 11 mars ·

We are excited to announce that as of March 4th, Swatch® US Official has officially opened their doors at 100 Powell Street here in # UnionSquareSF , which was formerly home to The Body Shop. Swatch, which means Swiss-made watch, is one of the most innovative brands of watches today and offers a wide variety of watches for men, women and children as well as a selection of sunglasses and women’s jewelry. And, be sure to join their Swatch Club to be able to attend exclusive events, meet artists, star athletes and celebrities!

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# UnionSquareSF is home to several authentic Irish pubs and is the place to be this # StPatricksDay . You can count on enjoying pints of well-poured Guinness, tasty traditional dishes like corned beef and cabbage and festive Irish music and dancing right here in The Square. Plus, you won’t want to miss the 166th # SanFrancisco St Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 11th! Here are our picks for celebrating St. Paddy’s Day in #UnionSquareSF!

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Today the Presidio is successfully and jointly managed by the the Presidio Trust, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and the National Park Service. There's certainly a lot to see and do in the modern Presidio — Fort Point, the Palace of Fine Arts, the new Walt Disney Family Museum. This unique urban park should definitely be on your "top places to go in San Francisco" list. 17165 en 0 2 Most Popular SF Bay Cruises 688 true false custom 1010_2540SFOBRUN 1010_2630EXP true

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This former military airstrip is now an urban environmental area, thanks to years of coastal habitat restoration, the removal of hazardous wastes left behind by the military, and a massive dose of San Francisco civic pride.

It's rewarding to see plants and wildlife returning, and even thriving, in this bayside marshland area that was first filled in for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition and then converted to an air field until the military transferred the land to the National Park Service. Now, with all the restoration completed, there's a lot to do at Crissy Field, and we'll tell you all about it.

Discover Crissy Field Today Take an Urban Hike through the Presidio

The best way to experience the Presidio is by walking it. So we recommend you sign up for his urban hike through the historic site — following your guide through groves of pine, cypress and eucalyptus trees. (All this is within the San Francisco city limits!)

You visit the National Cemetery, the final resting place of more than 30,000 Americans including military veterans, and Lover's Lane , one of the oldest foot trails in the Presidio, nicknamed for the site where soldiers visited their sweethearts in the 1860).

Hike the Ecology Trail as you soak in views of Alcatraz and the Palace of Fine Arts. From the Tennessee Hollow Watershed to Inspiration Point you see rare serpentine grasslands and eucalyptus canopies. This hike definitely shows you a different side of San Francisco — the varied forests, green spaces and monuments of the Presidio.

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The Palace of Fine Arts – at the Presidio

At the Presidio's eastern end is one of the San Francisco's most admired buildings, the Palace of Fine Arts. Its domed rotunda, arches and lily pad pond were designed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition and was modeled after a mysterious painting titled The Island of the Dead .

The hands-on science museum, The Exploratorium , was formerly located here, but that has now moved to Pier 15. However, it's still home to the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre .

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Fort Point National Historic Site is a brick guardhouse, built around 1860 and today is run by the National Park Service. The fort was once the base of operations for the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge.

The Golden Gate Promenade — which extends from the bridge past the Palace of Fine Arts and onward through the Marina District to Fisherman's Wharf — is the most scenic way to approach Fort Point at the northern end of the Presidio.

What to do & see at Fort Point Walt Disney Family Museum

New to the Presidio is this attraction that takes you on a journey into the life and legacy of animation legend Walt Disney. Learn the fascinating story of Walt's life told through exhibits narrated in his own voice, 200 video screens, and early drawings, cartoons and films.

Watch classic Disney films playing in the Fantasia -themed theater, see a model replica of the original Disneyland, and catch stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge through the museum's wall of glass.

The collection includes thousands of artifacts including rare clips, scripts, musical scores, original animation cels and cameras used to create the DisneyWorld masters. See family photographs and home movies from Walt Disney's estate. With 40,000 square feet of interactive galleries and exhibits, the museum is a good reason to visit the Presidio. 104 Montgomery Street, The Presidio.

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San Francisco National Cemetery

The resting place of 30,000 Americans — privates, generals, Buffalo soldiers, and spies among them — this peaceful expanse of 29 acres in The Presidio commands a striking view of the bay and the bridge. Take an afternoon and explore the gravestones and think about the lives of those who lie here.

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The Inn at the Presidio is a wonderful place to settle in for your SF vacation. Once an elegant home for officers, called Pershing Hall, the Georgian Revival building has been carefully restored into a modern guest inn with 22 luxury rooms, 17 of which are large suites with their own fireplaces. There's also plenty of space for weddings and other celebrations. It's the perfect place to discover California's most unique national park.

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San Francisco's Chinatown Funeral Band Lost & Found Sound: Processions Are a Tradition in the Community San Francisco's Chinatown Funeral Band Listen Toggle more options Download Embed Embed "> <iframe src="https://www./player/embed/3071078/1454352" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Facebook Twitter Google+ Email October 3, 2005 12:00 AM ET Heard on All Things Considered View Gallery

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Chinatown in San Francisco is a cultural mélange where Eastern and Western traditions often overlap. Few places show the contrasts more than funerals. A typical funeral procession may look like a parade, starting with a full-size marching band playing Christian hymns and banging cymbals followed by participants tossing spirit money and paid mourners wailing.

Lost and Found Sound learned that the musicians hark back to a tradition of military marching bands started in British-controlled 19th century Hong Kong. The spirit money distracts malicious ghosts that might prevent the spirit of the deceased from staying close to the body.

For more than 50 years, the funeral musicians of choice have been the Green Street Mortuary Band. The group descended from a band started in 1911 called the Cathay Boys Band and has had several names. The group was originally composed of Chinatown residents who worked at other jobs during the week. Now many of the original members have moved to the suburbs and the band is a mix of ethnicities. They play hymns, dirges and traditional marches.

Aside from 350 funerals a year, the band has played at nearly every major cultural event in the neighborhood, from the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge in 1935 to every Chinese New Year celebration. When the novelist Amy Tan’s mother died, there was no doubt the band would lead the funeral.

As the funeral procession marches through the neighborhood, it escorts the coffin as well as a large picture of the deceased. People come out to see if it is someone they knew. The parade often stops at places familiar to the dead so that their spirits can make one last visit. Drums and cymbals scare away ghosts. The families of the dead make paper versions of everything the dead might need in the next world — a house, a car, food and even a VCR. When they are burned, tradition says the items cross over into the next world where they can be used.

Clifford Yee, Formerly of the Mortuary

"We were restricted to a 23-square-block area. So what Chinatown did is they made all these different alleyways along the way to expand the area that we have ... There's an old Chinese superstition that if the spirit is chasing us, we run down, make a sharp right or a sharp left, the spirit can't follow us — only goes straight."

Linda Sun Crowder, Anthropologist

"Sometimes they will actually pack real food in the casket and people will put in a mirror to show the way or flashlight. For instance, a blanket ceremony — placing blankets over the corpse as if for a last sleep. Or just personal items, a golf club. I've often seen people place a pre-1964 dime in the mouth to symbolize wealth and to pay their way through the spirit world. The reason they use a 1964 dime or earlier is because it has a higher silver content."

Produced by The Kitchen Sisters (Nikki Silva and Davia Nelson) with Laura Folger. Mixed by Jim McKee. Special Thanks to: Wilson Wong, Raymond O. Lym, William Chan, Weylin Eng, Dr. Helen Eng, Reverend Ben Chin, Johnny Coppola, Lisa Pollard, Willard Spencer and all the members past and present of the Cathay Band and the Green Street Mortuary Band, Bill Steiner, Clifford Yee, Camilia Lau, Pansy Moy, Jeannie Woo and the Chinese Historical Society, Felicia Lowe, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Amy Tan, Ruxandra Guidi, and Lost & Found Sound intern Jonah Platt-Ross.

Web Resources Green Street Marching Band Chinese Historical Society Lawrence Ferlinghetti's Poem, 'The Green Street Mortuary Band' San Francisco's Cathay Band Archival Photos Historic Chinatown Funeral Film Facebook Twitter Google+ Email