Mission Dolores

The Mission Dolores is centered on its namesake park. Dolores Park is some of the best people-watching territory in the city; sunbathers, dog walkers, picnickers, musicians, hula hoopers, and hobbyists of every denomination flock to the park’s sun-soaked hillsides. Parkside cafes, ice cream parlors, restaurants and brew houses pick up where picnics leave off.

Surrounded by rolling hills, this sheltered area is sunnier than many other areas. This relative warmth brings beer-cooler toting crews, tennis players, and dog-walkers to Dolores Park year-round.

Shaded by palm trees and lined with grand old Victorians, Dolores Street is as picturesque as the Mission’s sun-lit avenues come. The Mission Dolores is almost exclusively residential, but is flanked by retail-happy Castro, Valencia and Market – so supplies are always within reach.

The park-centered Mission Dolores micro-hood reflects the remarkable diversity and vibrancy of modern San Francisco. It is also home to the city’s oldest building, its namesake Spanish mission. Set on the crossroads of the Castro, and Upper Market, among other areas, this neighborhood has staying power.




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