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