The Mission District of San Francisco is one of the coolest spots in California, its laid-back vibe, artistic community and avant-garde dining scene attracting talent from across the country. From specialty ice cream stores to pizza parlors and fine dining, we round up the 10 best restaurants in the neighborhood.
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Craftsman and Wolves is known for the long lines that stretch of out its doors on Valencia Street as customers eagerly wait for pastries, cakes, and savory treats. All the breakfasts here feel like a special treat hiding in the most important meal of the day. For lunch, dine alongside a cup of afternoon tea, which is brewed with British tradition in mind.
Craftsman and Wolves, 746 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415-913-7713
Flour + Water opened its doors to the Mission to showcase a menu inspired by regional traditions throughout Italy with a twist of California infused within. Flour + Water serves a daily changing menu of pastas made in house that show off the authentic process of Italian cooking. From Neapolitan pizzas to pastas created with seasonal ingredients, Flour + Water is a fine dining experience inside a kitschy interior seating area.
Flour + Water, 2401 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415-826-7000