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late Jan weather/ Mission dining options

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late Jan weather/ Mission dining options

I will be coming in from Reno, so I'll be bundled up. I was wondering how cold does it get late Jan/early Feb?

I will attend Sat vigil mass at Mission Dolores, what are my dining options after mass. Prefer a nice mexican restaurant.

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1. Re: late Jan weather/ Mission dining options

Usually you can expect mid-40s to 50s, sometimes rainy. Dine About Town will be going on so check back in December for it: onlyinsanfrancisco.com/taste/dineabouttown/

check out the site for Regalito: http://www.regalitosf.com

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2. Re: late Jan weather/ Mission dining options

The streets closest to Dolores Park have pretty much everything BUT Mexican- and some really good choices too. Delfina and Delfina Pizza, Mission Beach Cafe, Tartine Bakery, Little Star Pizza, Bi-Rite Ice Creamery, etc.

For sit-down Mexican, my absolute favorite is Poc Chuc. http://www.pocchuc.com

www.yelp.com/biz/poc-chuc-san-francisco

A bit closer is Balompie Cafe. Not Mexican, but Salvadorean.

www.yelp.com/biz/balompie-cafe-san-francisco

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3. Re: late Jan weather/ Mission dining options

Limon has Peruvian cuisine just two blocks over from Dolores, but it is a loud venue: see yesterday's Chronicle review/article: www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi…

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4. Re: late Jan weather/ Mission dining options

gin - There are a number of restaurants of all types on Valencia Street between 16th and 17th. For a sit down Mexican place, try Puerto Alegre

www.yelp.com/biz/puerto-alegre-san-francisco

Also, La Cumbre taqueria in the same block across the street is an old favorite, especially for the carne asada. But also the Vietnamese place on the corner of Valencia and 16th, as well as Ti Cous on 16th (crepes) are also great, and Deja Vu on 16th and Guerrero makes really great pizza and pasta dishes (very casual).

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