This Mission District hot spot is actually two concepts: the Tacolicious side offers a smorgasbord of traditional Mexican food and a retractable roof-enclosed outdoor seating area, while the adjacent Mosto is a cozy tequila bar with seasonally-changing snacks.
A contemporary pâtisserie located in San Francisco’s vibrant Mission District, Craftsman and Wolves offers an ever-changing menu of breakfast pastries, cakes, confections, desserts, and savory fare under the direction of celebrated chef William Werner.
Enjoy a taste of all of Ne Timeas Restaurant Group’s hotspots on the block, Flour + Water, Central Kitchen, and Salumeria in their private space, The Upstairs. Executive chef Thomas McNaughton showcases menus influenced by Italian traditions and Northern Californian inspirations sourcing California’s best ingredients.
St. Vincent Tavern and Wine Merchant is a popular wine-centric restaurant and retailer, where chef Bill Niles crafts a daily-changing Californian menu with influences from all over the world to complement artisanal wines and craft beers curated by owner-sommelier David Lynch, Chef John Thurmond and Nathan Holden.
Four Barrel Coffee
This popular café and roaster sources and brews the best beverages in an honest and ethical manner. Since the original Mission District location opened in 2008, several more outposts have popped up around the Bay Area. Sip your favorite caffeinated drinks and enjoy a selection of artisan bites provided by Tartine Bakery.