What you'll do
We will walk around the Mission neighborhood to see the local-made murals, enjoy the great weather of the area and then we will sit down and enjoy some samples of the great and authentic Mexican or Latino food. You will have a chance to see local shopping bargains, from produce and products of Latin America to art craft, to books and clothing. If you are a local you will have a chance to get suggestions about a few future best places to choose from for brunch, lunch or dinner or just have a quick 'burrito' or 'pupusa', both examples of the excellent local Latino cuisinel
Hello I am Francisco, originally from Mexico and SF resident since 2006. I have walked the Latino areas of the city so many times, I decided I should share them with all travelers or newcomers. As a Latino myself I can share the art, murals, craft, food, fun of the American and as a language trainer and translator I am in contact with all these topics.
A meal size portion of Latino dish per person, to share if you like, at least one eatery
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Where you'll be
We will be on Calle24 (24th St) which has been designated as the new Cultural Latino District of S.F., and right from the beginning, we will see art, the largest variety of products and services for and by the Latinos of the area. We will stroll around the neighborhood to see Mission alleys with tons of Murals or street art. Along the way, we will check an eatery for food sampling.
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Thu, Oct 24 From 11:00 to 13:30.
€56 per person
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 8 guests ages 9 and up can attend.
This experience includes alcohol. Only guests who meet the legal drinking age will be served alcoholic beverages.
Please bring sunblock, your camera, and maybe a light jacket. And a lion's hunger. If you are in a foodie mood, and would like some additional bites, remember that most food places accept credit cards but a few only take cash.
Mission Murals and Latino Food