Mission Loc@l’s latest art review takes you to an unlikely art space – a pie shop!  Contributing writer  Ivan Spane writes “If you enjoy art and pie get thee down to Mission Pie, corner of Mission and 25th street.”

If you want a guide to the best dessert spots in the neighborhood including the new and very popular Anthony’s cookies, check out today’ Chronicle which highlights the Mission District’’s sweetest places.

The increasing number of sweet shops around the neighborhood are instant crowd pleasers but  are not enough to fill up the vacancies on 24th, 16th and 18th Street. Do you want to know the story behind these empty store fronts? So do we! We have already given you a look at the story behind the Valencia vacancies. Help us finish this important investigative project by donating. Click the Spot Us button on the right hand side of  our home page. We already raised 540!

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  1. This post is a joke. Is Mission Local about the experience of all Mission District residents, or just hipsters. If this post was written by a Spanish speaking resident, or a long-time resident about sweets in the Mission, it would be more representative of the Mission.

    Does the student who wrote the post even know anything about the Mission other than what he/she read in a newspaper?

    If you have lived in the neighborhood for a while, you know that the sweetest places are La Mexicana Bakery (across the street from St. Frances), Dominguez Bakery on 24th, the donuts shop with the pink boxes in the window on 24th, and Dianda’s on Mission.

    Mitchell’s is legit though.

    I’m sorry but that guide is not the best guide to sweets in the Mission, it is a guide to trendy places.

    Maybe next time do some reporting or commentary other than posting something from another website.

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