Alright Mission Dwellers. This month is dedicated to you spunky guys and gals. Whether or not you rock tight jeans, a messenger bag, or flannel (before it got mainstream, of course), we’ve got the ultimate hook up for you.

Check out Uber! When you’re cruising to the co-op to get your groceries or leaving the club…kick the bouncer in the balls and ditch the stoggy corporate fatcats…we’d like to present…the future.

—> Hit one button on your iPhone (or any mobile phone) and you’ll get a slick private driver in about 5 minutes! With you all in mind, we’d like to announce…

< Hipster Thursdays! $5 Off. >

What: $5 off any ride that ends in the Mission.

When: Thursdays from 6pm – 10pm until the end of February.

Why: We <3 the Mission & want to pay for your PBR.

Where: In the Mission, boundaries below:

Give your fixie a little breather and ride home in a comfy town car! Oh, the irony we know you’ll appreciate. And, for the non-Missionites, this darling district is worth getting to know. Below we’ve put a little guide to some of the Mission’s best establishments. We’d love for you to add your favorite venues in the comments.

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Here are some of the best eats, dives and sites of the rockin Mission District to explore:

Pancho Villa: Quality Mexican food on the cheap, with a seriously impressive salsa bar! Who doesn’t love a little late night burrito with a car waiting outside? This combo is not only a Mission classic, but an SF classic! Be careful of hot sauce that will destroy you!

3071 16th St.

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Zeitgeist: It’s probably SF’s favorite dive bar, with a GIANT outdoor patio, diverse beer selection and the infamous Tamale Lady! Zeitgeist hosts a pretty solid live music setup from time to time as well.

199 Valencia St.

image: Dries Buytaert

Dolores Park: The perfect place to lie on the grass with a date & sip on some wine. “Alternatively,” heads up for the guy selling marijuana truffles. The view from the top at Church & 20th is amazing (definitely one of the best in the city).

image: Julianne Reed

Elbo Room: Amazing music venue and great meetup spot for drinks. “San Francisco’s longest happy hour” from 5pm-9pm everyday. Drink up! $2 draft pints and $1 off all other drinks. Put your $5 off toward that madness!
647 Valencia St.

Bi-Rite Creamery: Organic, locally made, DELISH ice-cream. When the cravings hit, Uber will be there fast, and BiRite will be there with the craving quencher!
3692 18th St.

image: George Arriola

The Roxie Theatre: The oldest movie theatre in San Francisco (over 100 yrs old!), this is a great place to catch an independent or underground flick. Coming soon: TWO, by Albert Brooks & Monica Johnson

3117 16th St.

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What awesome Mission locale did we forget???