In a corner of the mission You could argue that parklets are this san francisco generation's greatest invention.They are usually near some neighborhood coffee or lunch place and are open to anyone-A man feeding bits of his sandwich to his dog, a mother with a tiny kid in a stroller, older kids with their thumbs flying, texting away, old men soaking up the sun. This particular parklet is at 29th and tiffany avenue, a block off mission street, deals on tiffany charms a sidewalk oasis in a neighborhood that is san francisco in miniature. Everything is within a block or two:A big supermarket, a hardware emporium, half a dozen restaurants, a branch post office, a ups store, four or five bars, a marijuana dispensary, an osteopath's office, a bike repair place, and the cafe seventy8, where serious-Looking people sit with laptops working on the great american novel or the. Variety of eats, drinksyou can have hash for breakfast(At al's good food), falafel for lunch(At good frickin chicken), Dungeness crab and grits for dinner(At the front porch).You can have a sloe gin sour($9 at the Rock Bar)Or a sailor jerry rum and coke($6 at the 3300 Club).For dessert, an ice cream at This little neighborhood, tucked between the mission and bernal heights, has no name.There was an attempt a couple of years ago to call the neighborhood socha-For south of cesar chavez street-Or la lingua, spanish for"The tongue,"But neither caught on. "Sometimes we call the neighborhood safeway flats, after the supermarket and its big parking lot,"Said rory, the bartender at the rock bar.The rock, which features a selection of eight specialty cocktails, has been open for only a year, and is an example of the demographic shift in the area.It used to be a nicaraguan place;Across the street was another joint with a rough reputation, but that morphed into the front porch, which offers fried chicken and what they call"Southern mission hospitality. "It's not on everybody's radar, but it is very big on yelp. So is emmy's spaghetti shack, just off mission street, which has a considerable Buy Tiffany local reputation.A few blocks in the other direction at 29th and dolores is the dolores corner, a neighborhood favorite. The area around 29th and mission is an old part of the city, with some buildings dating to the 1870s.It used to have a big bowling alley, a streetcar barn, and even a big old-Time movie palace.It was old san francisco:Teamsters, dock workers, ditch diggers. 'Real Damon Runyon stuff'It was a tough part of town in the 1970s. "Blue collar,"Said, who used Tiffany Rings UK Sale to own cavanaugh's, a 29th and mission landmark bar. "We had a customer named ice pick larry who had a big scar on his face,"He recalled. "We had gorilla doug, who would come in and say, 'i can lick anybody in the house.' And he could, too.We had lyle the swamper, who would clean up the joint after hours in exchange for drinks.Real damon runyon stuff. " How long ago was that? "We had a grand opening and served 86 proof whiskey, 35 cents a shot, three drinks for a dollar,"Perri said. "Long time ago. " But cavanaugh's wasn't tough all the time. "We had poetry readings once in a while,"He said. San francisco in a single corner-Poetry in a dive bar, up the street from a marijuana dispensary, down the block from a honduran/salvadoran/mexican restaurant, and steps from a parklet.