Depending on where you are in the neighborhood, the shopping isn't a quick walk. I've written often about the fact that neighborhoods like Miraloma are designed for cars. You need to have lots of time to walk or you will need a car to run errands. The problems are arising in the escalation of destination parking costs. Meters and tickets keep going up in the City's efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions.
The local MUNI service is terrible, the 36 runs every thirty minutes - if all the busses and drivers are working that day. SFMTA won't increase the runs because the ridership isn't there and the ridership isn't there because it isn't a dependable or efficient means of transport.
You can go to Canyon Market in Glen Park, just on down the hill from you and on Saturday's you can buy FRESH vegetables and produce at the Alemany Farmer's Market.
Alemany Farmer's Market - The original San Francisco Farmer's Market! Check it out!
You're close to the Glen Park BART Station, Interstate 101 and 280
What's there not to like???
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