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Duboce Park has a nice little newly-renovated, fenced-in playground with rubber floor and a height perfect for toddlers. It is surrounded by gently sloping tiny hills and Victorian houses. People lay out in the sun here, or bring their small dogs for a walk. You can get off the N line here, and then walk up Pierce Street past its pretty Victorian homes to famous Alamo Square and the Painted Ladies. It's a nice stop on your way to Golden Gate Park, the Inner Sunset District, or Ocean Beach.
Dogs run off-leash in this dog-friendly area, on the southeastern end.
If you're hungry, walk from Duboce Park up Pierce Street, and then right on Haight Street. After two blocks, you will find Cafe International, which sells middle-eastern food and great homemade soups. Their sandwiches come on delicious bread from local bakeries. If it's sunny, sit out on the back patio. On Sunday it's particularly nice here from 4-9pm when they have live jazz music. Wifi internet access is available here for $5 a day.
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Duboce Park is at Duboce Avenue and Noe Street. From Powell Station, take the N (Judah) line toward Ocean Beach on the MUNI light rail system. You will see the grassy hills of Duboce Park on your right at some point and you can jump out and then get back on the N line later. Your ticket lasts for two hours or two stops, whichever comes first. Bring six quarters per person to enter the MUNI light rail system.
Cafe International, 508 Haight Street, call (415)552-7390. Open 8am-10pm. Closed on Mondays and Fridays, and closes early at 7pm on Saturdays.
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Overall Visitor Rating:
|yea it was fantastic|
|parking is easy here, people are not snooty, my kids like to hide in the bushes but i dont have to worry about them disappearing bec its fenced in, clean sand box, swings for big and small kids, recommended!|
|it's great to visit your website and look at your beautiful pictures!|
|havin a blast and wicked busy- love this neighborhood|