Talk:Russian Hill, San Francisco

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Where's North Beach?[edit]

Someone just changed the article to say:

Down the turns of Lombard Street and along Columbus Avenue to the east is the neighborhood of North Beach.

It used to say:

...and across Columbus...

I dunno, but I'd have to say the vast majority of North Beach is on the Northeast side of Columbus (that is, across Columbus from Russian Hill), and not "along" Columbus. But I'm willing to listen to opposing points of view before I revert it. :-)

Atlant 16:06, 28 Mar 2005 (UTC)


I live on Russian Hill and disagree with the written borders. I believe they are Pacifica (two up hill slops on opposite sides) powell street, bay street, Columbus Ave. and Vaness Ave.

Pepsi Commercial?[edit]

Wasn't this street used in a Pepsi commercial? I specifically remember a man attached to the logo in ball form and rolled all over town like a pinball. I also remember a very zig-zagging street being shown and it looks awfully similar to Russian Hill.