The Mission District
In the central valley of San Francisco there lies a land where there are no hills. It has a deep history of immigrants staking claim in the area since it was settled by Spanish explorers and its latest arrival are hipsters and strollers in a speedy fashion. The area of “The Mission” is full of superb eateries and a plethora of coffee shops and boutiques.
Not immune to San Francisco’s obvious and palpable housing crisis, the area also brings with it grit and visible homelessness, but in this rising neighborhood the enterprises on 18th Street, Folsom Street, and Valencia Street invite you into delightful spaces, impeccably designed and full of San Francisco’s youngest intelligentsia.
Where to Get Coffee
Stable Café, 2128 Folsom Street. Sit inside or upstairs, or in the delightful brick patio adorned with succulents and a string lights in this old carriage house turned coffeeshop and delicious brunch spot.
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