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Edible Excursions: Mission 18th Street Tour – San Francisco, CA

The Mission District is bursting with so many global flavors and culinary favorites – as well as a rapidly changing food landscape that even locals can’t keep up with what’s new – that Edible Excursions decided to launch its latest tour along the neighborhood’s Valencia Street corridor, home to some of the busiest and buzziest food ventures in this hipster haven.

Guests have a chance to talk with chefs, store owners, and restaurant employees who share behind-the-scenes stories about their creative, critically-acclaimed, and award-winning fare on a night when this area is especially lively, with the addition of a weekly market featuring local, farm-fresh grub. Bonus: An art docent from Precita Eyes will explain the importance of The Women’s Building mural, in an enclave known for its artistic vibe.  And there’s no waiting in line to try some of this neighborhood’s most coveted bites.

Tastes may include: pizza, seasonal pasta, tacos, seasonal produce, deli specials, pastries, wine, ice cream and more.

Stops may include

18 Reasons
Bi Rite Market
Bi Rite Creamery
Delfina Pizzeria
Mission Community Market
Tartine Bakery
Range Restaurant
Craftsman and Wolves

Time: Thursdays 4:30pm-7:15pm

Price: $75 per person

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One Response to Edible Excursions: Mission 18th Street Tour – San Francisco, CA

  1. Food Tour Finder February 1, 2013 at 1:44 pm #

    This tour hits some of the trendiest spots in the Mission District, San Francisco’s hottest food scene. Edible Excursions always provides huge amounts of great food (do NOT eat before this tour!), and I loved every bite of it. Karen, the guide on my tour, lives in the neighborhood, so knows it – and the stories about it – well. Plan on spending extra time before or after the tour to shop in the Mission’s quirky boutiques, hang out at an indie coffee house or bar hop. Highly recommended!

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