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We enjoyed the mission area. We played at the park and walked the area looking at the mural. We stopped at Tartine for a snack where I had a bread pudding that was out of this world. There was a line, but well worth the...More
There are kind of two areas to the Mission District. One is Mission Delores and the park, and the other is the murals. The first couple of times we went we didn't know about the murals and missed them all together. Don't make our mistake....More
For a relaxing stroll to see some of the highlights of the Mission District, start at St Peter's Catholic Church, 1292 Alabama Street. If you arrive in time for the 11:00 AM Mass you'll be greeted by spirited Mariachi music and the Spanish language service....More
I stayed in the mission District it was convenient to Bart , transport , buses , easy to walk down Castro or walk to union square.
The area is very diverse there is a mixture of either trendy shops and you can find great coffee...More
I'm sure there are many places to shop, many restaurants, bars and pubs here, in fact we drove past many, but we didn't feel too safe here. Firstly a friend we were traveling with mentioned that there was an excellent Mexican place we had to...More
Come and explore how San Francisco is changing before your eyes as this former low-income ethnic area has become high income and full of hipsters. Still lots of history here (the Mission) and some excellent restaurants. Valencia Street.
This is an interesting and vibrant neighborhood in San Francisco. It really isn't any more dirty than anywhere else in the city. Really, it's surprising how dirty SF is, but I digress. We had fun looking at the murals and artwork. We were visiting during...More
From burritos to bicyclists, the Mission is the foundation for all things hip in the city. Cultural attractions, an independent arts community, sumptuous street murals and a high density of bars and cafes make this neighborhood a magnet for young people. While terrific inexpensive food is abundant, its top-of-the-line restaurants now compete with the city’s best for fashionable diners. Indulge as the
locals do by heading to Mission Dolores Park, buy some ice cream, and savor one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the country.