The Duboce Triangle is a neighborhood of San Francisco, California, located below Buena Vista Park and between the neighborhoods of the Castro/Eureka Valley, the Mission District, and the Lower Haight.
The Deboce Triangle has an apartment building at 400 Duboce which has 90 units and at one time was the largest wooden structure west of the Mississippi and it survived the 1906 earthquake.
Deboce Park is located at the corner of Deboce and Scott Street. It is a popular meeting place for families and also has a dog park.
The Harvey Milk Photography Center is a part of the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department. Since 1954, the Center has resided at 50 Scott Street, in the lower level of the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts building at Duboce Park. There you will find year-round exhibits of historical photography from around California, San Francisco, and more. They also offer classes and a darkroom.
The Wiggle is a windy bike route that begins at Market & Duboce, continues through Lower Haight to the Panhandle, and ends in Golden Gate Park. There is minimal car traffic and the route is well marked and relatively flat. It is desirable for bicyclists and pedestrians alike and cuts through Duboce Park, making it a great place to access the city.
The Duboce Park Cafe is a great place to check out in the Duboce Triangle if you are looking for a coffee or a light lunch. There may be a long line there but it does move quickly. The tables outside make it a great place to sit and enjoy the city vibes then cross the street to the dog park. They are well known for their lunch specials, house-made soups, and hand-tossed pizzas.
L'Ardoise Bistro is a French-inspired bistro offering traditional and authentic French cuisine with a cozy vibe. "Ardoise" in French refers to words on a chalkboard, which is how the menu is written. Established in 2008, L'Ardoise has become a local favorite receiving wonderful reviews from diners and professional food critics alike.
The Churchill is a 40's themed bar known for its hand-crafted cocktails and whisky collection. It also is a great place to view artifacts from the WWII era such as the American Flag with 48 stars. Its comfortable lounge area is sure to appease the pickiest bar Patreon.