Inner Mission

//Inner Mission

Inner Mission

DETAILS

Wedged between Mission Dolores and Potrero Hill, this sunny mixed residential and commercial neighborhood is where tech companies, artists, hipsters, and immigrants all peacefully coexist.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

With its rich cultural background, amazing array of restaurants and bars, and arty vibe, it’s no wonder San Francisco’s Mission District landed a No. 2 ranking on Forbes magazine’s America’s Best Hipster Neighborhoods list. The city’s oldest neighborhood boasts hundreds of mom-and-pop eateries, thrift shops and galleries. Due to its Latino heritage, it also has the highest concentration of street murals in the city.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Access to public transportation is plentiful. Downtown workers can commute via multiple bus lines, and for those heading to the East and South Bays, there are 2 BART stations at 16th Street and Mission Street and 24th Street and Mission Street. Bicycling is a popular way to get around the neighborhood.

LYFESTYLE

Perhaps the Inner Mission’s biggest draw is its robust nightlife and dining scene. The Inner Mission has some of the sunniest weather in San Francisco, and on weekends, crowds flock to Dolores Park for the views, picnicking in the grass, the playground, and tennis. For those seeking exercise, the Mission Recreation Center offers basketball, volleyball and indoor soccer.

THE MARKET

Homes in the Inner Mission include: century-old Victorian houses and cottages, newer condominiums, and trendy live/work lofts.

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FINANCIAL DISTRICT22 MIN
SOUTH OF SAN FRANCISCO17 MIN
SILICON VALLEY79 MIN
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ART & CULTURE

This historic Latino neighborhood is known for its vibrant art scene. Residents can explore the Mission’s many murals, take a multicultural dance class, or listen to local bands of all genres, any night of the week.

EXPERIENCE

FOOD & NIGHTLIFE

The area is an interesting mix of old and new, with upscale cafes serving up single-origin espresso situated right next door to decades-old taquerias. Some local favorites include La Taqueria, a neighborhood staple since 1973, Flour + Water, featuring seasonal Italian, and, Universal Café, with its organic fare.

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