Duboce Triangle

Welcome to Duboce Triangle

Centralized San Francisco neighborhood with great walkability
Duboce Triangle is nestled between Buena Vista Park and Corona Heights Park and also contains Duboce Park, making it the perfect neighborhood for exploring by foot. Duboce Triangle homes are primarily single-family and are usually brightly painted Queen Anne or Rosseau Storybook styles. These older homes have been renovated to shine, maintaining character and charm to this small, residential neighborhood. 
Market Street is home to the hotspots of Duboce Triangle. You will find great restaurants serving Italian, Chinese, and Mexican cuisines as well as boutique coffee shops, wine bars, a brewery, and boutique shopping. Because Duboce Triangle is a compact neighborhood, most of these spots are within a five or ten minute walk from your doorstep.

What to Love

  • Restaurants and bars within walking distance
  • Easy access to three city parks

Local Lifestyle

Duboce Triangle is a neighborhood for people appreciating convenience, walkability, and for enjoying all a major city has to offer without being directly “in the thick of it.” Although Duboce Triangle is centrally located, aside from the bustling Market Street, this neighborhood is residential, with three city parks within walking distance, giving it a peaceful feel. In Duboce Triangle, you are never far from the city’s chic restaurants, bars, museums, a ferry ride, or a performance at the Orpheum Theatre.

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Locals enjoy L’Ardoise Bistro, an upscale French eatery, which is known for their remarkable rotating wine menu. Bonita Taqueria y Rotisserie is another fan favorite. They are especially known for their Rotisserie chicken entrees!
Café Reveille is the neighborhood favorite for breakfast options and thoughtfully prepared specialty coffee drinks. Duboce Triangle is also home to Super Duper Burgers, a fast-food restaurant with a slow food model, serving burgers from local, hormone-free, grass-fed beef, and sourcing as many ingredients as possible from local farmers. They offer classic burger joint menu items and shakes with vegetarian and vegan options and a dine-in-only menu of on-tap beer and wine.

Things to Do

San Francisco’s Orpheum Theatre presents Broadway performances and is a 10-minute drive from Duboce Triangle. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is equally close, showcasing art exhibits from local and international artists. The Asian Art Museum, which is also a short drive away, showcases a vast collection of ancient and contemporary Asian art. The Noe Valley Farmers’ Market, is a perfect place to stock up on local, organic produce and cruelty-free raised meats. Harvey Milk Center for the Arts, a recreation center in Duboce Park, hosts regular live performances.
Golden Gate Park, a short drive or bus ride from Duboce Park, covers over 1,000 acres. The park contacts the Conservatory of Flowers, a bicycle race track, soccer fields, a Japanese Tea Garden, Bison Paddock, California Academy of Sciences, de Young Museum, Music Concourse, San Francisco Botanical Garden, and monuments honoring San Francisco’s history. Lastly, Duboce Park’s annual Dog Fest, is a fundraiser put on by McKinley Elementary School, and invites the whole neighborhood to bring their hounds and celebrate the cuteness of their furry friends.


Duboce Triangle serves San Francisco Unified School District.
  • Sanchez Elementary School
  • McKinley Elementary School
  • San Francisco Friends School
  • Mission Dolores Academy
  • Rocky Mountain Partition School
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