94107 San Francisco,
Located east of Potrero Hill, Dogpatch is a unique neighborhood filled with some of the oldest houses in San Francisco. It was one of the few neighborhoods to survive the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and contains many architecturally significant cottages, warehouses, and factories. For many years, the working-class neighborhood was blighted as factories closed and workers moved away; but in the 1990's, an urban renaissance began to take place as artists moved in and a new rail line was built. You won't find any tourists here, none. So jump on the T line and get off around 20th St. You'll find an eclectic mix of wine bars, restaurants, and galleries.