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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.
"Beware of AMAZING VIEW and "festival like" atmosphere on weekends"
reviewed 3 days ago by boomcaruso
This is a MUST SEE park in SF. Head to the tippy top for best views and circle around to take in all of San Franciscos diverse people. If youre lucky someone will offer you food, beer, pizza, or artisanal gluten free, vegan pot edible:) An array of people hula hooping, practicing flow arts, picnicing, laughing and taking in the...
Lovely old church (I believe it's the oldest existing building in the City) with beautiful artwork and friendly docents. The graveyard adjacent is the resting place of a veritable who's who of early SF historical luminaries (and simple immigrants too)...Following your visit you can lunch at one of the many Mission District's Mexican and/or hipster eateries. Btw, avoid the 16th...
This is a wonderful little alley filled with color and life. It’s not very close to other tourist attractions in San Francisco, but with the great bus connections this city has, its is quite easy to get there. It’s located in the Latin neighborhood and it’s close to lots of little Mexican/Latin restaurants that looked very good (so it could...
Dandelion small batch chocolate is a MUST for appreciating the complexity of chocolatiers. Get a free sampling of chocolates, that, like wine, reveal many different flavors on the tongue such as fruity, nutty, raspberry, cherry, vanilla, when the ONLY ingredients in the chocolate are cocoa bean and sugar! The flavors come from the soil and region of the bean! educational...
"Old world pastries and craft brought back to life"
reviewed 2 days ago by Arne M
Tartine is fantastic. There isn't much that I can offer that other reviewers have not previously commented on - I would encourage those visiting to explore the Tartine Manufactory, which is only a couple of blocks away and often let's you avoid (partially) the long line that forms at Tartine.
Busy but great atmosphere. Good Margaritas, great food! Had our entire dinner at the bar, which was very Nice and cosy. Would very much recommend the papas bravas, beef tacos and chicken gorditas. And the guacamole!
The staff here are extremely rude, bathrooms dirty. We waited outside for over 20 minutes in the cold because the receptionist couldn't open the door. Refused to let us leave our bags even for a few hours. 100 dollars is way too much for this kind of hotel and customer service.
One bit of advise, stay far away!!
Firstly, there was no elevator so we had to drag up 3 pieces of luggage each up 3 flights of stairs.
If you like the constant smell of curry its the place for you, otherwise avoid. The owner has a kitchen behind recpetion so the smell lingers throughout the hotel.
Lastly and most...