Throughout the Mission are a number of shops and eateries that embrace Hispanic culture. A couple of well known eateries are La Palma and El Farolito - both known for their authentic takes on Hispanic dishes like tamales and tacos. The Mission is must-see place for their wondering art work as well. With alleys full of murals, one is able to see the Hispanic history and art work they have produced over the years.
In addition to harvesting and embracing Hispanic culture, the Mission is also home to a number of "hipsters" a term that originated from Brooklyn, New York. According to Business Insider publication writer, Melia Robinson, the Mission has surpassed Brooklyn in more ways than one. Today streets are lined with modern and chic rustic cafes, florists, clubs, restaurants and even thrift stores - the criteria for attracting these hipsters. Though the Mission has had some changes over the years, it continues house the Hispanic culture that attracts both locals and tourists.