Whether you call it The Mission or The Mission District, you’re dealing with one of the most famous neighborhoods in all of San Francisco. Not only is Mission a must-see for any visitor in San Francisco, it’s also a great place to live.
The Mission District is one of the biggest melting pots in one of the most diverse cities in the US. In addition to having some of the classiest restaurants in the entire city, the area also offers lowbrow dive bars. You can also grab a cup of coffee from one of the locally-owned coffee shops and then make your way through the dazzling murals that are found throughout the neighborhood.
The art scene in The Mission is definitely one of the neighborhood’s high points. The Latino art scene, which can be traced back to the social and political turmoil that occurred in these parts of San Francisco during the 1960s and 1970s, is one of the more significant elements to the neighborhood.
If art isn’t your thing, Mission has plenty of other options. It’s a part of San Francisco that’s hopping at all hours of the day.
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