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Not recommended at all. Mission Dolores Park is the only nice thing I can say about this district. But if you go through Mission St. Or Valencia St. you see the ugly other side of society. Drug addicts and homeless people all over the place....More
So I have been coming here from Los Angeles for the last 40 years and I have to tell you I am absolutely appalled by what has happened to the city. DO NOT wear open toed shoes or flip flops as you walk the streets,...More
An interesting hipster neighborhood that is fun to walk around. It is full of graffiti and street art, interesting people, shops, cafes, restaurants, and boutiques.
The area is also full of homeless people, but I felt no risk.
It's best to take a few hours...More
Home to Mission Delores, the oldest building in the city. Inhabited originally by the Irish but then taken over by Latinos and Mexicans.Old-school taquerias and eclectic live-music clubs mix with chef-driven eateries and craft cocktail lounges.
Also home to hot restaurants.
But awesome food (gotta try a Mission Burrito), pastries and cakes at Diandas. check out the community thrift shop! Lots of cool stores and find the alleys with murals, awesome! but watch your belongings, crazy people there.
I love to find street art in the cities I visit. Sometimes it's really hard to find it, but not here. I don't know which official alley we were in, but it was Lilac, right off of Mission Street near 24th.
Delightful alley with lots...More
Fun area to walk around this gentrifying neighborhood. Some areas are gritty while other areas are more upscale. Lots of restaurants. Mission street seemed grittier while Valencia was a bit nicer. Mission Delores Park is beautiful to walk around. The murals on Sycamore street were...More
Great place to walk around and admire the beautiful murals! There are surprises around every corner. There are also many cafés and restaurants specialising in Spanish cuisine. The area is populated by some very interesting characters ranging from urban hipsters to the traditional older Hispanic...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 neighbourhood 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 neighbourhoods in the country.