A combination of enterprise zones, high tech, arts groups, retail, and restaurants, Mid-Market is witnessing a boom.

Line Hotel on Market Street

With a combination of high-tech offices, performing arts and music venues, retail, and restaurants,

Mid-Market is a dynamic and active neighborhood. This seven-block section of Market Street, starting at Fifth Street and ending at Van Ness Avenue, includes parallel portions of Mission Street.

How to Explore Mid-Market


Culinary Delights

Start your morning with a great coffee from one of Mid-Market's numerous cafes, such as Alfred Coffee, Chai Bar by David Rio, or La Cuisine Café. Lunch spots like 54 Mint, Montesaco Pinersia, Tu Lan, or Burma Love are great spots to sample diverse cuisine. In the evening, enjoy the sunsets at some of the best rooftops in San Francisco: Charmaine's at the Proper Hotel and Rise Over Run at the brand-new LINE SF Hotel. Both spots offer sweeping city views, craft cocktails, and special events like DJ nights. Who's ready to party?

Creative Inspiration

Explore the neighborhood's dynamic art scene with larger-than-life public art, iconic performance venues, and historic theaters. Experience the Golden Gate Theatre and Orpheum Theatre, which host the latest Broadway shows; The Warfield, which features some of the biggest names in music; and The Strand Theater, which produces bold and inventive new works. Don't miss "Venus," one of the tallest sculptures in SF tucked away inside the Trinty SF buildings. 


Mid-Market has shopping for everyone, from home goods to famous streetwear brands. Visit our IKEA, the first of its kind in the US, focusing on city living. (Don't worry; they also serve the famous Swedish meatballs.) Then freshen up your wardrobe at trendsetter shops like Supreme, Thrasher Magazine's 66 6th St., BAIT, Oxford Street, CREATE, and Shiekh Shoes.

Mr. Roboto, 2024, Museum of Craft and Design. Photo by Henrik Kam.

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