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Red Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn and Peace Center

  • 1665 Haight St. Map It
  • The Haight
  • Building/Architectural Site

Published 05/24/2016

Fodor's Review

By even the most generous accounts, the Summer of Love quickly crashed and burned, and the Haight veered sharply away from the higher goals that inspired that fabled summer. In 1977 Sami Sunchild acquired the Red Vic, built as a hotel in 1904, with the aim of preserving the best of 1960s ideals. She decorated her rooms with 1960s themes—one chamber is called the Flower Child Room—and opened the Peace Arts Gallery on the ground floor. Here you can buy her paintings, T-shirts, and "meditative art," along with books about the Haight and prayer flags. Simple, cheap vegan and vegetarian fare is available in the Peace Café, and there's also a meditation room. The whole space is shiny after a recent, much needed restoration.

Sight Information

Address:

1665 Haight St., San Francisco, California, 94117, United States

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Phone:

415-864–1978

Website: www.redvic.com

Published 05/24/2016

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