MISSION STREET ART & FOOD TOUR
MISSION DISTRICT SAN FRANCISCO
THE BEST FOOD TOUR IN SAN FRANCISO’S MISSON DISTRICT
Taste a Mission-style super taco
See the oldest buildings in San Francisco
Learn how chocolate is made
See the magical Murals of the neighborhood
Visit an off the beaten path pupuseria
Hear haunted stories of the Mission
11:30 am Saturdays & 4 PM Wednesdays (Summer’s Only)
Private and Custom events are available
WHAT TO EXPECT ON THIS MISSION FOOD TOUR
- Max Capacity: 10 people (contact us for bigger)
- Start & End Location: This tour ends about 1 block from the meeting location.
- Vegetarian & Gluten-Free: We can accommodate vegetarians and gluten-free participants. Let us know when you book. This tour is not recommended for Vegans or Dairy Free participants.
- Parking: There is metered street parking on Valencia, please allow extra time on weekends.
- Sustainable travel: We support sustainable travel! Please bring your own water bottles to reduce plastic waste
- Includes: Full dim sum meal, bubble tea, dessert, and Tea Tasting
STREET ART! GHOSTS! LATIN FOOD! AND MORE!
Street Art? Latin food? Hipster? Ghost stories? What more can you ask for! Well, we have all that and more on our Mission street food tour.
- Taste a taco from the best taqueria in town!
- See the oldest buildings in San Francisco
- Learn how chocolate is made while tasting it
- See the magical Murals of the neighborhood
- Visit an off the beaten path pupuseria
- Hear haunted stories of the Mission
- Taste local Detroit style pizza
We start our mission food tour journey in the heart of the mission at a famed taqueria with a ‘super’ taco. Here we give you an overview of the history of San Francisco and the truth about California’s burritos.
After, we head to the more hipster part of town for a cup of liquid gold, aka fancy hot chocolate. As we sip, we learn how bean-to-bar chocolate is made and the importance of chocolate in San Francisco.
Next on this Mission food tour, we head to the women’s building to see the most magnificent mural in the Mission District. As you stare in awe, we will tell you about the powerful women who run the nonprofit that maintains all the murals in the mission.
As we continue strolling the neighborhood on the mission food tour, looking at Bi-Rite and Dolores Park, we make our way to Misión San Francisco de Asís. Here we see the mission Dolores church and basilica, some of the oldest buildings in San Francisco, dating back to 1776!
Hungry again, we head to a local spot for a cheesy slice. As you snack, you will hear how this delicious delicacy came to be. We head to a pupuseria for a Salvadorian staple topped with spicy cabbage for our final stop on this Mission food tour.
As we wrap up, we head down Valencia to one of the MOST haunted places in San Francisco for an optional BYOB cocktail.