Mission District
Also known as Mission Dolores, this edgy hood is known for its ample street art, independent shops, and authentic Mexican food and culture.
About Mission District
54,653
People live in Mission District
$150,203
Avg. Household Income
40
Avg. Age
The Mission is young and rebellious with colorful Latino roots, and bustling foot traffic—especially on the weekends. When it’s sunny, San Franciscans flock to Dolores Park, the unofficial “party park” to picnic, socialize, and take in the city views. From there, the place to explore is Valencia Street for crafty boutiques, dive bars, upscale coffee shops, book stores, and the most delicious Mexican food around (as well as plenty of other eats). In recent years, this diverse, magical district has lost many beloved establishments to gentrification, but it’s still a favorite for newbies and natives alike.
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