I see that the North Beach has fallen, so we don't have much hope. But one of our city trips was on the North Beach. I was really surprised. When I looked at it, I really hated Beitan and had no hope because people said it wasn't worth coming here. Don't waste time. Later, I heard that we can't miss it here. This time, fortunately, it is wrong. The North Beach is really beautiful, and its charm still exists.
Beitan is not a beach, but a must-go place for San Francisco. It is called Little Italy. It always feels that Beitan is San Francisco's most charming, most profound and grounded place. You can walk all the way from Beitan to Fisherman's Wharf, and you can never tire of shopping.
The houses are very smart and, more importantly, bartender is a very handsome Italian Woahiahia.
People like to sit at an open-air table, bask in the sun and drink espresso, which is very pleasant. In addition to restaurants, this is also one of the birthplaces of American rebellion "the Beat Generation". To understand the decadent culture at that time, you can go to the small bookstore in Beitan to find traces.
After visiting the Midway Island carrier, we walked westward along the edge of the city hall and turned to the inner street to find food. From a distance, we saw the small Italian flag, mostly pizza and pasta. Finally, we chose a restaurant that sold steak and seafood concurrently. Three people ordered New York steak 5 minutes cooked, Garmos cake dessert, fresh shrimp and shells pasta, lobster and oyster pasta, all delicious.