EXPLORE SAN FRANCISCO: MISSION DISTRICT FOOD TOURS

MISSION DISTRICT FOOD TOURS

San Francisco’s first neighborhood, The Mission District is still the heart
and soul of vibrant San Francisco. This culinary journey is so wonderfully
vast that we have split the Mission District into two tours:

English: Mission San Francisco de Asis (Missio...

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San Francisco’s first neighborhood, The Mission District is still the heart
and soul of vibrant San Francisco. You’ve shopped at Union Square. You’ve eaten crab Louis on Fisherman’s Wharf and had pot stickers in Chinatown. You’ve strolled through North Beach and ridden halfway to the stars on a little cable car. These are all perfectly pleasant ways to spend time in San Francisco, but they’re not the end of the story. They’re not even the beginning. San Francisco’s very first neighborhood—the sprawling, gritty, and sunny Mission District—is all but unknown to visitors. It was here, in 1776, that Spanish padres founded a mission, and it is here, today, that you will find the city’s most exciting and surprising cultural mix.

The Mission has always been relatively affordable, and it’s become a magnet for young people, actors, painters, dancers, and restaurateurs. They’ve brought with them great food and chic bistros. They’ve opened tiny, gorgeous boutiques, quirky political bookstores,and sizzling nightspots. They’ve founded cutting-edge theaters.  Although not as famous as their Telegraph Hill relatives, The Mission District is also home to one of San Francisco’s famed wild Parrot flocks. The Mission boasts many design firms, organic co-ops, women’s co-ops, beautiful churches, a pirate radio station or two, artist co-ops, galleries, independent booksellers, many independent manufacturers including  a couple bicycle factories, a motorcycle manufacturer, a backpack company, a brewery and a huge internet porn studio for http://www. kink.com which is housed in the Armory, 200,000 square foot former military complex that looks like a Moorish castle. But most San Franciscans especially love this neighborhood for the weather, Dolores Park and the food.

It’s time to give the Mission a try…

 

This culinary journey is so wonderfully vast that we have split
The Mission District into two tours:

 

The Mission North Tour
The Inner Mission neighborhood of Mission Dolores has a thriving core
centered at 16th and Valencia and that is where this tour is begins. This
tour’s last stop is The Mision San Francisco de Asis. (1776)

The Mission South Tour is a buffet of a street known as 24th Street,
the heart of the Mission. This tour will ends at the Precita Arts Murals Ctr.
Both tours are equally deliious and enjoyable. Bart stations are located in
both neighborhoods. If it’s too hard to choose, we recommend
doing both tours!

 

Mission Food Tours

 

Tickets:$69
Reservations Line: 800.595.4849 (24hrs)
Reservations Online: http://exploresanfrancisco.tix.com
More Information: 415.793.1104
E-mail: info@ExploreSanFrancisco.biz

The Mission North Tour The Mission South Tour

MISSION DISTRICT MURAL
MISSION DISTRICT MURAL

 

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Dolores Park

 

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San Francisco Women's Building, 3543 18th Stre...

San Francisco Women's Building, 3543 18th Street, Mission District, San Francisco. 1979 opened women's cultural center. Famous mural. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Mission District, San Francisco, USA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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