Potrero del Sol/La Raza Skatepark
Galería de la Raza
Art never forgets its roots at this nonprofit that has showcased Latino art since 1970. Recent standouts include Victor De La Rosa's...
Eleanor Harwood Gallery
On a sleepy Mission street, this eye-opening gallery showcases Bay Area talents, including Francesca Pastine, who creates haunting...
Precita Eyes Mission Mural Tours
Muralists lead two-hour tours on foot or bike covering 60 to 70 murals in a six- to 10-block radius of mural-bedecked Balmy Alley;...
Brava's been producing women-run theater for more than 20 years, hosting acts from comedian Sandra Bernhardt to V-day monologist Eve...
La Palma Mexicatessen
Follow the hand-slapping sound of organic tortilla-making in progress to La Palma and hit the take-out counter for handmade tamales,...
Potrero del Sol/La Raza Skatepark information
Grab air with newbies and pros blasting ollies off SF's best concrete bowls. Downsides: the bathroom is sketchy and graffiti on the concrete can make for a slippery ride. Wait for a clean area of the bowl to bust big moves and leave room for little skaters. For gear, hit up nearby Mission Skateboards .