About this listing
The room has a full size bed, small dresser, wifi, an adjacent patio, access to washer and dryer. Comfortable, and private, shares bathroom and kitchen with other guests.
This room has two entrances and an adjacent patio and overlooks a private balcony - which is can be used by all guests.
Guests have access to an adjacent patio, a lovely balcony, a full kitchen and share a bathroom with other AirBnb tenants. Inside parking can be provided if arranged for in advance.
Interaction with guests
We are available 24/7 to assist our guests and ensure they are enjoying their stay!
Other things to note
Interesting Destination Points along 24th St.
Along Hampshire Street one and a half block is the 24th Street Corridor, or as the locals call it the Latino Cultural District Corridor, runs between Hampshire to Dolores Street, ending at Dolores Park. Here is a list of interesting places to shop, eat or enjoy as you walk down this amazing corridor.
At the intersection of 24th and Hampshire you will find TONY’S Deli/Sandwiches and Liquor Shop. I recommend the sandwiches as they are made on the spot!
The BRAVA Theatre in mid-block. Owned ‘For Women in the Arts’, this theatre is housed in a historic Mission District building, and outfitted with state of the art lighting and sound systems. Brava Theatre Center has become synonymous with thought provoking shows that spotlight artists from around the Bay Area and beyond.
Suggested Restaurants and happening places include:
Dynamo’s Coffee and Donuts
Roosevelt Tamale Palor
Kazan (a zagat rated Japanese restaurant – where you can get a fancy Jalapeno Humachi or a simple Okonomiyaki)
Saint Francis Ice Cream Fountain Palor – takes you back in time!
Pangab – Chinese – American Restaurant
La Mexicana Bakery
Sugar Lump Coffee House – they have wifi
Studio de La Raza Art Gallery
La Palma Mexican-tessen
LA VICTORIA Bakery (try the Depth Charge coffee or the Maradona with Chimicurri empanada. This bakey has been serving te community for 75 years!
Check out the MURALS on the St. Peter’s Rectory and Church
You might find some interesting reading at the MODERN TIMES BOOK STORE
La Parilla Grill does amazing chicken
Famously known for brewing one cup at a time you will enjoy the hipster coffee house of Phill’s on Folsom and 24th.
I was very entertained at a store called the Explorist.
Probably one of the best deli in town is WISE SONS on Folsom and 24th, best pastrami in my opinion.
As you get closer to Harrison you will see more amazing MURALS.
Mexico city style tacos can be had at TACO VALLARTA, my favorite on 24th.
MISSION SKATEBOARDS is pretty happening and very friendly.
Just before you get to Lucky Street, you will notice a very unique Cuban and Puerto Rican restaurant. Try it!
Along the South Van Ness intersection you can enjoy a true Irish Sports Bar the Napper Tandy (which keeps a four star rating on Yelp), or
Get your Nacho Libre personality on by purchasing your own Luchador mask at MIXCOATLA.
One you get to Mission intersection you can hop on a BART to anywhere in the Bay Area, or keep
Walking to Valencia Street – where in you will find many more small local shops, and even 4 star Michellan restaurants.
I consider each guest a personal friend whom I have invited into my home. I expect polite and courteous behavior at all times.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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