The Divisadero area only has one major sight, but many wonderful restaurants and bars.  You won't find many tourists on the "Divis".  It's mainly a local hangout.  The only interesting sight is Alamo Square with it's distinctive view of downtown and the Painted Ladies (an iconic row of SF victorians).  After your park visit, head down Hayes street towards Divisadero.  Our favorite restaurants are: NOPA (SF's hot spot), Little Chihuahua (fresh Mexican with friendly service) Nopalito (great carnitas), Little Star Pizza (the best deep dish pizza in town, Ziryab (superior Middle Eastern cuisine, newly expanded bar area) Alamo Square Grill (on Filmore, incredibly fresh and tastey seafood with very low prices), Bar Crudo (contemporary seafoood spot with the best seafood chowder ever!) and Bistro Central Parc (a few blocks north of Divis, a neighborhood French Bistro).   Our favorite bars are: The Page (lively crowd) Bean Bag (local hangout with inexpensive drinks and outdoor seating) Club Waziema (Ethiopian dive bar) and Fly (hipster scene).