We are blessed with much bounty here in the Dominion of Bernalwood, including two terrific commercial districts; each of which now plays host to its own holiday celebration.
Last week was the 2015 Cortland Holiday Stroll, and tomorrow, Thursday, December 17, the fabulous merchants, chefs, and barkeeps along the La Lengua stretch of Mission Street will hold the inaugural Mission-Bernal Holiday Walk:
Please join the Mission-Bernal Merchants Association for our first ever Mission Bernal Holiday Walk on Thursday, December 17, 5-8pm.
40+ businesses between Cesar Chavez and Randall Streets will honor you with holiday cheer. Follow our festive balloons and custom wreaths (made by Cole Hardware) to experience all that our neighborhood has to offer.
We have a great list of participating businesses for #MBMAWinterWalk2015. Hit up the craft fairs and do some holiday shopping at Secession Art and Design, Avenue and Cafe St. Jorge. Then wander down the street for some food and drinks. The following restaurants and bars are offering specials. Participating businesses will have a wreath on the door!
Blue Plate SF: Drink specials
Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack: wine tasting on the patio
Cafe Seventy8: $2 peppermint mochas and free holiday cookies
Cole Hardware: Glass of wine
The Front Porch: Children’s Activities and Mulled Wine
Iron & Gold: Drink specials
Old Bus Tavern: Drink specials and brewery tour
Secession Art & Design: 20% off Art!
The Royal Cuckoo Organ Lounge: Drink specials
Virgil’s Sea Room: Drink specials
BEL: Drink specials and free fries with purchase
Moxie Yoga: Check out our new location at 3232 Mission Street
Ichi Sushi: Food and drink happy hour specials
Cafe St. Jorge: Art + Craft Fair featuring local artists selling their wares
One thought on “Thursday: Eat, Drink, and Shop Merry During the First-Ever Holiday Walk on Mission Street”
This is really good news. I’ve wondered for years why there didn’t seem to be any positive Mission St. business association activity on this section of Mission St. There is a lot of negative stuff to overcome, for example, it seems to be the chewing gum on the sidewalk capitol of the entire city. WHY? I certainly welcome the participants, and hope to stroll along and enjoy it. This is just as important to west Bernal residents as Cortland is to those who live on the south side of the hill.
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