Precita Eyes Muralists
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The Mission is known for its murals and Precita Eyes conduct tours adding another dimension to the history and content of the murals. City Guides also gives tours and these are free.
The Mission is full of beautiful murals representing Latin culture. Definitely a must see if you want to enjoy the true San Francisco
Besides having some great arts and crafts on sale, they also run mural tours through the neighborhood.
Local Non-profit - engaging young people and supporting the vibrant Mission mural scene! A must stop for everyone interested in checking out the culturally diverse murals which grace the streets and alleys of the Mission District.
Tours of the Mission’s famous murals and street art. Try the Women’s Building at 18th and Dolores, and Balmy Alley off of 24th St, for a few treasures.
“The Galería is a non-profit community-based arts organization whose mission is to foster public awareness and appreciation of Chicano/Latino art and serve as a laboratory where artists can both explore contemporary issues in art, culture and civic society, and advance intercultural dialogue”
“family run cafe, in the mission since the 1970's. favorite place for poets and dreamers...”
“Cuban / Puerto Rican food in a casual setting. Only a block away - I love this place!”
“It’s a small, curated store with a good selection of ‘70s freakout psych stuff and foreign records. You can go through the whole place in an hour, but the selection’s well-picked and somewhat unique—it's not every typical record that you've ever heard before, so that's cool. I like to get a burrito then hang out there for an hour or two. There’s a small but good selection of soundtracks. You can get some good, weird Morricone or something like that here if you’re interested in stuff that’s off the beaten path in that way.”