The Sunset is a lively place. There are many places you can go to have a good time. If you’re looking for a nice view of the Sunset District, then you can go to Turtle Hill. There are a lot of steps that you have to climb, but in the end it’s all worth it because of the beautiful view.
Some of the busiest streets are Irving, Noriega, and Taraval. They have many diverse
restaurants, and are great for people of all ages. They also have dentists, realtors, optometrists, and etc.
Whatever you’re looking for, we’ve got it!
Before all the houses and businesses were built, Sunset was all sand dunes. Once a lot of people started coming, businesses opened up. One establishment was the Little Shamrock that opened in 1894 to cater to the crowds, and is still serving drinks to this day on 9th and Irving.
Some people made homes out of abandoned street and cablecars at the beach, which can still be seen if you come take a look. They look like normal houses, but the first floor is actually a cablecar. The last of the sand lots were finally filled in with houses after World War II, when the lending policies became easier, which let
constructors get the money they needed to build houses.