Shop, Dine and Explore the Mission on Muni

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Humming with history and hipness, the Mission (or La Misión) is a distinctly diverse SF neighborhood. One of the oldest neighborhoods in San Francisco, the Mission is still youthfully lively, with an array of shops, eateries, and things to do for locals and visitors. The strong Latino, Hispanic, and Caribbean heritage has been the foundation of the Mission, shining through the street murals, parks, landmarks, and small businesses. A Mission Style burrito in Dolores Park (DP as the locals call it) always calls to us.  

Ride with Ease to the Mission

J Church, 6 Haight/Parnassus, 7 Haight/Noriega, 9 San Bruno/9R San Bruno Rapid, 12 Folsom/Pacific, 14 Mission/14R Mission Rapid, 19 Polk, 22 Fillmore, 27 Bryant, 33 Ashbury/18th Street, 36 Teresita, 37 Corbett  

Shop, Dine, Explore 

  • Shop: There’s no shortage of eclectic small businesses to shop from in the Mission. Stroll down the streets and find something special for yourself or someone else. For a full list of stores click here.  

  • Dine: The culinary scene in the Mission is more than just the incredible burritos - there’s several restaurants and bakeries to choose from, serving dishes from across the world. A happy hour heaven, the Mission is a perfect neighborhood for a bar crawl. Click here for a full list of restaurants and list of cafes.  

  • Explore: With arguably the best weather in SF, the Mission has several spots to explore. Some highlights of the neighborhood include; Mission Dolores (the oldest structure in SF, built in 1776), the incredible murals along the alleyways, and parks to soak up the sun (Dolores Park, Precita Park).  


The Mission continues to celebrate its rich culture with events that locals and visitors will love. Click here for a full list of events in the Mission.  

  • Carnaval is one of the biggest celebrations of the Missions diverse cultures of the Latin American, Carribean and Afro Diaspora roots. The two-day festival and parade takes place in May, transforming the streets of the Mission into a giant block party, giving the community an opportunity to come together and showcase their cultures.  


Learn more at Mission Merchants