“The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco”
That's true. Russ uncovered the truth about the number of hot days in San Francisco. Can you guess how many days in San Francisco that would reach above 75 degrees? 30 days out of 365 days
There are hundreds of neighborhoods in San Francisco but a certain few neighborhoods are more likely to be blessed with warmer climate especially in the summer time. This includes Mission Dolores, which is one of my favorite neighborhoods. Mission Dolores has been changed into this vibrant, ever-changing community in the last few decades. You would expect to meet San Franciscans from all walks of life in beautiful Dolores Park on weekends with frequent sunny days luring picnicking families, sunbathers, athletes, dog lovers, and hipsters recovering from the night before. This tight-knit neighborhood is a favorite for shoppers, foodies and night owls.
Serious Foodies can be found eating at many well-known eating places in Mission Dolores. Pizzeria Delfina was the first of its kind to invade San Francisco with its famous pizzas. If you have a weakness for pastries, you have to get your morning bun and breading pudding with seasonal fruits at Tartine Bakery. My favorite ice-cream, Salted Caramel is located at Bi-Rite Creamery. Many bars are very close to each other, and it is perfect for bar-hopping. In earlier times, Mission Dolores wasn't a popular dining destination but up-and-coming chefs, who couldn't afford the rent in Downtown or Cow Hollow/Marina, were attracted to cheaper rent in Mission Dolores. These chefs were instrumental in helping to turn Mission Dolores into a popular neighborhood.
At first my vision for Mozzeria was to find a space in Mission Dolores. Finding vacant space within Mission Dolores, however, is sometime impossible as it is most sought after among chefs and restaurateurs. The walk score for Mission Dolores is 100 percent. Locals in their 20’s and 30’s usually don't own cars, but like to spend time on foot around in Mission Dolores.
We have been eyeing Mission Dolores and on the lookout for, and hoping to grab, vacant space that may pop up in near future.