Hashbury is a district of San Fierro, San Andreas that is dominated by a counter-culture vibe, boasting such retailers as the Hippy Shopper and Bing's Bongs, and basks in the general euphoria and laid-back sentiment that pervades the neighborhood. Zero's RC Shop is just to the east of Hashbury, in Garcia. West of the district is Ocean Flats, while to the north is Queens and City Hall. To the south of the district is the Avispa Country Club, and to the east is Garcia.
The name Hashbury is a play on the name of this district's real-life counterpart, the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco (colloquially known to locals as "the Haight"). Like the Haight, Hashbury's streets provide countless opportunities to spot hippies and other members of the social fringe. Hashbury also supports a "joint" festival with neighboring Garcia, a double entendre referring to both the cooperative nature of the festival and its theme (marijuana). "Hash" is a slang term for resin collected from marijuana plants, which is obviously a reference to the district's hippie culture.
- Carl Johnson (if bought the Hashbury Safehouse)
- Bing's Bongs
- Dom's Rubber Shop
- Everything Must Go!
- Hemlock Tattoo
- Hippy Shopper
- Piece of Peace
- STW Books
- The Bearded Claw
- The Brown Embassy
- The Daily Globes
- A May 1967 article in the New York Times written by Hunter S. Thompson wrote about the activities in Haight-Ashbury. Thompson called the area "Hashbury". This may or may not be a coincidence. http://byliner.com/hunter-s-thompson/stories/the-hashbury-is-the-capital-of-the-hippies
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