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3 Star Starred
Mission District - Sidewalk Tours
between 19th and 20th in front of The Pirate Store 826 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110
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The weather was Sunny but windy. . I wore A jacked and a sweater. .
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Parking might be an issue. We used the parking garage on 22nd street. 20 $ but worth the driving around loking for a spot.
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Reviews & Ratings

Mission District Food Tasting & Cultural Walking Tour
27 ratings
4.8 average rating
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25 events
13 reviews
23 stars
attended Dec 28 2014

We're locals and enjoy these types of tours. This is our second food tour in the Mission but the first time on a tour with this company. It was terrific. I liked it better than the other because, though we went to fewer places, it was better...

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Eleonora Pambrun
12 events
8 reviews
7 stars
attended Feb 22 2015

I did not enjoy this tour as much as I did other food tours we took in the area. I thought the group was too big and the choice of foods was too much bread focused (muffin, followed by sandwich, then tacos, pizza; you get the idea). Not enough...continued

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7 reviews
6 stars
attended Feb 22 2015

Lots of great food. Plus our guide Casey was very knowledgeable. Highly recommended, especially if you get Casey as the guide.

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Flavorful food specialties are served from five of the following locations (subject to change):

  • Taqueria Cancun: Taste their famous tacos (est. 1985)
  • Mission Chinese: Founder Danny Bowien was nominated for a James Beard Rising Chef Award (est. 2010)
  • Delfina Pizza: Delicious Neapolitan inspired, thin crust pizzas (est. 2005)
  • Tartine Bakery: The best French-style bakery in San Francisco. Bypass the lines (est. 2002)
  • Ali Baba’s Cave: The most delicious, moist falafel in SF. Hear about Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, while noshing on deep-fried chickpeas seasoned to perfection. (est. 2003)
  • Craftsman and Wolves: Where the paths of food and design intersect (est. 2010)
  • Venga Empanadas: Made by hand, baked not fried, with plenty of flavors to choose from (est. 2008)
  • Mission Banh Mi/Duc Loi Kitchen: Serving Amanda’s Vietnamese sandwiches, which she learned to make as a girl in Vietnam (est. 2008)

Tour guide gratuity is not included.