Tag Archives: The Mission

Tartine Bakery

Tartine Bakery is one of those places that has been so talked about over the years of my coming  to San Francisco that I always thought there was never much point in going unless I wanted to wait in line … Continue reading

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Adobe Bookstore in SF Closing….

Adobe Books one of my favorite bookstores in San Francisco is closing.  Located in the Mission it is one of those old-fashioned used book stores that used to be everywhere in New York that thanks to Amazon et al have … Continue reading

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Delfina Pizzeria

Quite by accident yesterday I stumbled upon Delfina Pizzeria, which is next store to Delfina restaurant.  They both looked handsome and happening so when I had finished drinking with a bunch of wild Australians up the street I knew where … Continue reading

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The Murals of the Mission

I mentioned in an earlier post that the Mission district is know for it’s murals.  Here are a few of my favorites.

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Ritual Coffee, Boogaloos, Lolos, Lucca and more Mission SF Wanderings.

The Pork maybe lucky… the pigs sure ain’t! This guy sold fruit out of the back of his very groovily painted truck; he was chopping up watermelon and putting it in plastic bags and selling it to passers by. I … Continue reading

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El Metate for Lunch and Mission Mini’s for Dessert

On day 2 of my cheap eats tour of San Francisco I returned to the Mission where I walked far off the beaten path (or at least it seems like it to me) to find El MetateMexican Restaurant, a sprawling … Continue reading

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YAMO

The first day I got to San Francisco I wandered around Russian Hill where I am staying.  For those fans of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City books this is the neighborhood of the mythical 28 Barbary Lane.  When I … Continue reading

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