Mission District Travel Guide
Hotels in Mission District
Set in an 1872 mansion, the 21-room property brims with authentic Victorian details—ornate woodwork; marble fireplaces; featherbeds—minus the chintz (not a weathered doily in sight). Don’t miss the rooftop deck with 360-degree views of the city.
Restaurants in Mission District
It’s not the blink-or-you’ll-miss storefront with flimsy plastic tables and chairs that impress at this Mission District take-out joint, It’s the food. Classic Mediterranean favorites such as falafel and hummus are interpreted here with tangy flavors and fresh ingredients.
Things to do in Mission District
This showcase for local, cutting-edge artists relocated in fall 2009 to a soaring 4,000-square-foot gallery.