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Are you in the mood for a delicious meal and then maybe some bowling afterwards? If yes, Bowling Club right in the heart of the Mission District is the place for you to try. Six state-of-the-art bowling lanes at reasonable prices are waiting for you to strike. You can even plan private events and parties here. Thanks to the in-house restaurant, the brunch and dinner offerings are quite elaborate. A special treat is the fried chicken by Chef Frank Mitchell, which comes highly recommended. For more information on prices and booking details, check the website.
Art Now SF is an art space and a gallery that showcases some of the finest art works in this massive 9500 square feet (882.57 square meters) gallery. From ground space to a small balcony that faces the ground floor, this space can be used for private events as well. The art gallery is normally used for photo/movie shoots, staging areas, band rehearsals and classes for yoga/dance, etc.) They have a full fledged kitchen, a dining area, conference room, bath with showers, recording studio, private rooms, etc. They also have a basketball hoop, ping pong and table tennis tables.
Founded by Father Junipero Serra in 1779, Mission San Francisco de Asis, also known as Mission Dolores, is the oldest structure in San Francisco. The mission and the city that surrounds it was named after St. Francis of Assisi, the founder of the Franciscan Order. The Mission Dolores has gone through several repairs and renovations since its founding and the mission's original adobe structure still stands on-site, as well as a section of the original cemetery. The mission was the first location to be designated by the City of San Francisco as a protected historical landmark in 1968.
The Swedish American Hall is an entertainment venue used mainly for local concerts and events. The venue's dark wood-paneled walls and period details give it an inviting and cozy Old World feel. The events here are put on by the downstairs Cafe Du Nord - please contact them for more information. In addition, The Swedish American Hall is available for private rental, with several room options including the Freja Hall, which boasts a stage, grand piano and balcony. A kitchen is available for catering.
With a welcoming ambiance, Intersection for the Arts tops the list as being extremely unpretentious. Equipped with a huge space for exhibiting versatile art and crafts and a box theater for showcasing plays and movies, the venue is the pride of the Mission District. Many of the plays that take place here are not commercial but for the good of the community and neighborhood in particular. The artistic types are sure to meet like-minded people and be able to network with a diverse group of creative individuals. A non-profit organization without the glamorous facade—visit it once to believe it!