Named for Mission Dolores founded in 1776, San Francisco’s oldest neighborhood has some of its hottest new restaurants and galleries. Bernal Heights, Potrero Hill These neighborhoods all share a sunny outlook. Boasting some of the best weather in the city, the Mission District, Bernal Heights and Potrero Hill take advantage of an abundance of fog-free days. New restaurants and night spots are a draw while Mission Dolores, 16th and Dolores streets, is the oldest structure in San Francisco. Many of the city’s pioneers are buried in an adjacent cemetery. The largest concentration of murals in the city adorn buildings, fences and walls throughout the district. Potrero Hill’s Dogpatch neighborhood is one of 11 historic districts in the city and home to the second crookedest street (after Lombard) in the city.
New visitor to San Francisco? We’re going to let you on a little secret: when the fog rolls into the Marina, North Beach, and Downtown, chances are the Mission is still beautiful....more
The next time a hankering for Hi Lo’s absolutely insane St. Louis-cut spare ribs strikes at 4:21pm, well, you’re in luck. ...more
Craftsman and Wolves, the design-forward pâtisserie from William Werner, is expanding some elements of their business....more
Attention Pac Heights, Mission and Dogpatch sightseers and shoppers: Florio, Serpentine and Pica Pica have great news...more