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Friday, October 24, 2014

San Francisco Clinches Top Spot for Trick-or-Treating for the Fourth Year in a Row

Posted By on Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 2:04 PM

click to enlarge Riding the sugar high. - YANLEV/SHUTTERSTOCK

If you're chaperoning a bunch of trick-or-treaters this year, tell them to grab the extra-large pillowcase — San Francisco is officially the best place to score a sugar high on Halloween.

The annual Zillow list of the best places for children to trick-or-treat has once again crowned San Francisco the City of Sugar based on factors such as walkability, safety, and (of course) amount of candy swag each trick-or-treater has in his or her bag. Not only did Zillow break down which cities are best for trick-or-treating, the site shared which San Francisco neighborhoods kids should visit if they're hoping to score full-sized candy bars; here they are: 

5. Presidio Heights
4. Cow Hollow
3. Sea Cliff
2. Glen Park
1. Noe Valley 

And if you're wondering what cities we beat to claim the top spot for the fourth consecutive year, check out the other U.S. cities that are giving away decent treats:

10. Portland, OR
9. San Diego
8. Seattle
7. Boston
6. Honolulu
5. San Jose
4. Philadelphia
3. Chicago
2. Los Angeles
1. San Francisco 

(We bet dentists in all these cities are getting their filling equipment ready now.)


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