A guide to local favorites in Hayes Valley
- By Sarah Feldberg
- Photos by Justin Kaneps
Before Hayes Valley was packed with trendy shops and restaurants, it was bisected by a piece of the Central Freeway, which divided the neighborhood into swanky and sketchy. The 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake damaged the road, spelling the end of the overpass and a new era for this central San Francisco neighborhood, where today, a public park, outdoor beer garden and boulevard lined with modern architecture have replaced the old highway.
Meet Sarah Feldberg
Sarah has lived in San Francisco since 2015. She’s a Boston native who crossed the river for college and spent seven years in Las Vegas before finally heading west. She loves the sourdough and misses the bagels.
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