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This was an excellent spot for my friends and I to grab a drink and some food. There were 5 of us and we didn’t have to wait long for dinner even on a busy Friday night. I like that there are two lines to...More
Don't go for the food or drinks (guac was edible, but not even as good as a packet from the grocery store; drinks were watered down).
BUT, do go for some AMAZING city views. Go before 4 pm, else it's way too crowded and you...More
Nice brunch spot to go to with friends. A little over-priced, but hey that's brunch in SF. The view is fantastic and I recommend this spot just because having brunch on a roof top in SF with a great view is a a unique experience....More
Come for the view, stay for the food and good drinks. Really liked this place, AND, they were only serving brunch, which is not my favorite. We got there early enough to not wait much for a table, but it is probably worth waiting anyway....More
Beautiful view on Mission with limited seating, and a limited menu. For the prices of the dishes, I would have expected a higher quality of service. We were never given utensils, napkins, or water. I had to take the napkins and forks from a nearby...More
After walking for miles and getting lost in the Mission District, I googled best rooftop bars and we were happy to come across El Techo. We enjoyed margaritas, guacamole with chips, fried chicken and empanadas. A really nice place to refuel over happy hour drinks...More
Recommended when we were on a cruise in Europe, this is truly a hidden gem! After taking an elevator to the roof (techo is roof in Spanish), we found a restaurant with heaters and wind protection. We ordered chicharrones by the pound. Half a pound...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.