Japanese Tea Garden is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

1. Japanese Tea Garden

75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr (btwn John F Kennedy Dr & Martin Luther King Jr Dr), San Francisco, CA
Garden · Golden Gate Park · 170 tips and reviews

Sarene L.Sarene Leeds Petrovitch: Hidden gem in Golden Gate Park. Don't miss it. Peaceful and beautiful.

Edward H.Edward Homick: Go when it's free (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 AM till 10 AM) because even though this place is very beautiful and peaceful, it's not worth paying for when you can go for free 3 days a week

S_J L.S_J L: Wow! Flawless garden!! Very peaceful place. (They close early during winter season.)

Haus Coffee is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

2. Haus Coffee

3086 24th St (at Folsom St), San Francisco, CA
Coffee Shop · Mission District · 118 tips and reviews

Paris B.Paris Buttfield-Addison: One of the best places to get some work done in San Francisco. Fast Internet + Good coffee + peaceful.

Marie C. B.Marie C. Beuth: This is introvert heaven: a great quiet place to escape, work, read, draw, think while enjoying a carefully brewed espresso drink. Minimalist deco and minimalist noise - awesome to recharge.

Nora T.Nora Tarano: Nice and quiet space to do work and enjoy delicious coffee.

China Beach is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

3. China Beach

Sea Cliff Ave (at El Camino Del Mar), San Francisco, CA
Beach · 25 tips and reviews

Michelle D.Michelle D.: Adjacent to Baker Beach, but more privacy and quieter.

Ryan Scott T.Ryan Scott Tandy: Locals hideaway beach, perfect for some peace and quiet.

IzabellaIzabella: Beautiful view of Golden Gate Bridge, close to Baker Beach but more private, perfect and quiet place, enjoy your day!

Yerba Buena Gardens is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

4. Yerba Buena Gardens

745 Mission St (btwn 3rd & 4th St), San Francisco, CA
Park · SoMa · 137 tips and reviews

Ben L.Ben Leong: Peaceful and nice checkout the butterflies

sablersabler: A small, but really nice and quiet slice of green.

Patricia I.Patricia Ianhez: My favorite place in SF for relaxing after a long day. It gives me peace of mind

yakiniQ Cafe is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

5. yakiniQ Cafe

1642 Post St (btwn Laguna & Buchanan), San Francisco, CA
Café · Japantown · 77 tips and reviews

Arthur C.Arthur Chang: Just discovered this place last week. Quiet little cafe with amazing teas and super friendly service. WiFi, outlets, and board games. Very nicely decorated interior.

HalleHalle: Cozy, quiet, great treats

Ayush K.Ayush Khanna: Quiet, comfy, good coffee and an impressive collection of sweet delicacies: there's a lot to like about this place. Cute barista too!

fifty/fifty is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

6. fifty/fifty

3157 Geary Blvd (Spruce St.), San Francisco, CA
Coffee Shop · Lone Mountain · 65 tips and reviews

Jessica H.Jessica Holcomb: Great couple that runs the shop! Everything is nice and so quiet! Not pretentious/)

Jon H.Jon Hall: Quality Ritual coffee and quiet tables. My fave local spot. Bonus: They also sell Dynamo Donuts.

VictorVictor: As quiet as a place can be when it faces Geary

Alamo Square is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

7. Alamo Square

Steiner St (btwn Fulton & Hayes St), San Francisco, CA
Park · Alamo Square · 161 tips and reviews

Jamie Q.Jamie Quiocho: For a little more quiet check out areas that don't face the Painted Ladies. Not the same view but the same serenity.

Antonio U.Antonio Uribe: Ideal para traer a tu perro o venir a leer, muy tranquilo lugar.

Jesús G.Jesús Gallent i Pérez: Un lugar ideal para pasear tranquilamente y leer.

Japantown Peace Plaza is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

8. Japantown Peace Plaza

Post St (btwn Webster & Laguna St), San Francisco, CA
Plaza · Japantown · 10 tips and reviews

Jason K.Jason Konen: Nice, relaxing area to contemplate peace.

Ashley M.Ashley Mowrey: Go to Nijiya, get the amazingly cheap and best grocery store bought sushi you can buy, sit in the peace plaza, people watch, and sunbathe.

Sean M.Sean Miller: So many good Japanese restaurants and shops here. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.

St. Clare Coffee At SPUR is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

9. St. Clare Coffee At SPUR

654 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
Coffee Shop · SoMa · 10 tips and reviews

Pam ☕️ O.Pam ☕️ O: Quiet space to sit down for an afternoon espresso. The baristas are very friendly and knowledgable. Great cause behind the pop-up!

Alex P.Alex Priest: Super cute, quiet, convenient space. Nicest people ever.

Aubrie J.Aubrie Johnson: Unique espresso flavors and a productive atmosphere

Ocean Beach is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

10. Ocean Beach

Point Lobos Ave (at Great Hwy), San Francisco, CA
Beach · Outer Sunset · 250 tips and reviews

Angus B.Angus B: Great beach that is quiet and close to public transportation

Erwin L.Erwin Lemi: awesome place. peaceful and very zen.

Tony L.Tony Landers: Tourists and hipsters flood the beaches at Lincoln near the last N Judah stop and by the SF Zoo. If you have a car, travel anywhere past these spots for peace and quiet.

Flywheel Coffee is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

11. Flywheel Coffee

672 Stanyan St (btwn Haight St & Page St), San Francisco, CA
Coffee Shop · Haight Ashbury · 114 tips and reviews

Ryan D.Ryan Dorshorst: Quiet. Power outlets. Wifi. Grab a cuppa and get some work done.

Anthony M.Anthony Maggio: Good spot for working or studying. Calm and relaxing with nice park views

LorenLoren: Cute, quiet, tasty. Laptop zombie filled. Wifi wasn't working when I visited.

Kabuki Springs & Spa is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

12. Kabuki Springs & Spa

1750 Geary Blvd (at Fillmore St), San Francisco, CA
Spa · Japantown · 33 tips and reviews

Diana T.Diana T.: Go for peaceful solo experience, weekdays or weekend mornings or evenings. Weekend afternoons can be a killer wait. I recommend following with sushi at Isobune. Read more.

Yuan W.Yuan Wang: Great place to treat yourself well and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.. Recommend the foot treatment and Javanese Lulur body treatment

natassianatassia: Salt scrub in the steam room. Leaves u with baby soft skin :)

Grace Cathedral is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

13. Grace Cathedral

1100 California St (at Taylor St.), San Francisco, CA
Church · Nob Hill · 71 tips and reviews

Jonathan R.Jonathan Ragan-Kelley: A gorgeous (and peaceful) stop atop Nob Hill, across from the lovely little Huntington Park. Be sure to admire the Ghiberti Doors.

Stephanus K.Stephanus Koeswandi: peaceful place, spent a moment to pray

PureWowPureWow: This is one of the most beautiful, tranquil and welcoming places in town. Walk the labyrinth anytime you need to quietly reflect or simply escape the frenzied pace of life. Read more.

Burke Williams Day Spa is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

14. Burke Williams Day Spa

845 Market St (at 4th St), San Francisco, CA
Spa · SoMa · 29 tips and reviews

Jessica C.Jessica Chan: go at least one hour early so you can use the amenities: pool, sauna, steam room. then eat an apple and wait in the quiet room for your service!

Heather F.Heather Flett: Stunning array of spa pools and quiet rooms... Cold, steamy, you name it! Allow an hour before services to take advantage.

Sarah H.Sarah Hamilton: Come early to your appointment! That way you can enjoy the spa facility before your treatment!

Samovar Tea Lounge is one of The 15 Best Quiet Places in San Francisco.

15. Samovar Tea Lounge

730 Howard St (btwn 3rd & 4th St), San Francisco, CA
Tea Room · SoMa · 286 tips and reviews

Ash S.Ash S: Order the Salmon Maki and get some Scarlett tea. Delicious. This place reeks of peacefulness and tranquility. Be careful though...teas and salads add up quickly here.

Holger L.Holger Luedorf: Great tea selection. Quiet spot in the middle of the city, nice views. Yummy small dishes. My favorite: Russian tea set (smoky, sweet) = all-you-can-drink.

Sarah J.Sarah Judd Welch: Come here to escape from the hustle of the city. Set back from the street w/i a plaza, the glass walls look up at the city buildings. Perfect place to have a quiet meeting or to reflect.