This is a very nice pedestrian street with cafes and high end boutiques. Great place for a stroll and window shopping.
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Maiden Lane is a pedestrian mall located in San Francisco. It used to be part of the city's red light district. The pedestrian mall stretches two blocks, between Kearny and Stockton Streets. The street is blocked from traffic from 11 am to 5 pm by...More
A pedestrian street just off Union Square with some shopping, food and drinks. Being away from traffic is a pleasure.
We visited this spot as part of a Hitchcock tour (yes, this area was filmed in one of his movies. It was also known as the "red light district" many years ago with more than 1200 prostitutes walking this tiny area. The only building Frank...More
This short street runs for two blocks from Stockton at Union Square to Grant and from Grant to Kearny. It features cafes and upscale shops, such as Chanel, Hermes and Prada. Maiden Lane closes to vehicular traffic between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and I...More
Although Maiden Lane has a relatively interesting history (being the red light district once upon time) today this small pedestrian lane is rather dull. Yes there are some designers stores, Marni and Channel etc, but there aren't that many and the street itself is pretty...More
Very pricey bit of SF, can be snobby, can be welcoming. Shops here are tres tres and not for everyone. On a nice day, a stroll along, poking in where you choose, maybe a bite or something... Enjoy!
Maiden Lane is one of the oldest streets in San Francisco and originally it used to lead to the original port in San Francisco where the dock workers and prostitutes used to ply their trades! It is only a small street with some interesting shops...More