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          Cole Valley : San Francisco Neighborhoods

          Cole Valley/Cole Street

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          Now: Close enough to feel the turbulence from Haight Street lap at its doorstep, but far enough away to close the shutters and retreat into Victorian charm.

          Then: The Sunset Tunnel, used by the N-Judah Muni Line, was opened in 1928. Cole Valley began to grow around the train stop at the intersection of Carl and Cole.

          How To Get There: The Muni N-Judah line stops in Cole Valley (at Cole and Carl Street). You can also walk three blocks up Cole Street from Haight Street.


          • Cole Street, looking south

          • Cole Valley Cafe

          • Zazie on Cole Street, popular for brunch

          • Crepes on Cole

          • Reverie Cafe and Bar, featuring a back patio

          • Richard Gamble Memorial Park, aka the park at the Cole Street Muni stop

          • Muni trains coming into Cole Valley next to Richard Gamble Memorial Park

          • Burger Meister, at the edge of the Cole Valley Muni stop

          • Val de Cole Wines and Spirits

          • Cole Hardware

          • Grandeho's Kamekyo

          • Muni N-Judah train passing through Cole Valley at Carl

          • Cole Street, south toward Sutro Tower

          • La Boulange de Cole, cafe and bakery

          • Cole Garage

          • Houses in Cole Valley



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