Indulge in a veritable international food tour as you traverse San Francisco’s historic Mission District. Voted the hippest neighborhood in America, The Mission is a mecca for eclectic eateries running the gamut from Indian tandoori to Tex-Mex.
What to Expect
Feast upon some of the finest, most flavorful fare imaginable on this gourmet’s dream tour through San Francisco’s historic Mission District.
The Mission District is San Francisco's first neighborhood and remains the heart of this vibrant city. For decades, irresistible, wallet-friendly food had been a hallmark of the vibrant, multiethnic, slightly quirky neighborhood known as the Mission. But over the last few years the proliferation of restaurants has accelerated. Their owners, who are often also the folks at the stove, are drawn to the area’s lower rents and try-anything clientele.
Ramble along the 16th and Valencia Street Corridor and depending on the day, you will sample cuisines as diverse as Japanese, Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Salvadorian, Venezuelan, Colombian, Indian, Pakistani, Spanish, Southern, Fusion, Tex-Mex, Burgers, Vegan, Mediterranean, Burmese, Tapas, Crepes, Yucatecan, New Mexican, and more. The menu is never the same twice, but this neighborhood has it all. Stop by at least five different eateries in the course of this veritable grand tour of international cuisine.
This is also an historic walk through an area that is very popular with hipsters, artists, and young urban professionals and is the hub of San Francisco's Latin American culture. Easily one of San Francisco's most diverse and exciting neighborhoods, the Mission District is colorful and full of life, making for a truly memorable food walk.
- Food tastings at at least 5 different eateries chosen for their excellence
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