Shop, Dine and Explore the Fillmore on Muni
Dubbed “The Harlem of the West”, the Fillmore is a hub for history, music, and culture. The neighborhood has hosted music’s multi-genre GOATs like Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown and the debut of the Grateful Dead. As you walk down the tree-lined blocks, you’re surrounded by endless options to shop, dine and drink - have dinner at a Michelin star restaurant, see your favorite band perform live and enjoy a night-cap, all in one place. You definitely feel more in the Fillmore.
22 Fillmore, 38/38R Geary, 21 Hayes, 31 Balboa, 43, 49.
Shop, Dine, Explore
Shop: Stylish boutiques line the Fillmore streets where locals and visitors can find a rare antique, piece of art, outfit for a night out or new read. Click here for a full list of shops in the Fillmore.
Dine: Get ready to tantalize your tastebuds with the flavors of the Fillmore! The neighborhood has a wide array of eateries to choose from. Celebrate a special occasion at an upscale spot, snag a croissant at a bakery or order a drink while you watch some live Jazz, all in the Fillmore! Click here for a full list of eateries in the Fillmore.
Explore: Fillmore street is a great way to take-in the neighborhoods charm and get some goodies from local merchants. You can also catch a live show at the historic Fillmore Auditorium or snag local produce on Saturdays at the Fillmore Center Plaza. Click here for a full list of entertainment options in the Fillmore.
Jazz and blues aficionados will love the annual Fillmore Jazz Festival, taking over the streets each July. Blending the art and soul of the neighborhood, the festival is the largest Jazz Festival on the West Coast drawing over 100,000 visitors.
Learn more at Fillmore Streets