Little Chihuahua - Page 2

No quiero Taco Bell! This Divisadero hot spot offers a breezy vibe with truly tasty takes on Mexican staples

Fish and carne asada tacos

The one element of Mexican authenticity the Little Chihuahua seems to lack is the presence of actual Mexicans. The crowd is heavily Anglo, and somewhere in this detail is a story about a hipster neighborhood that simultaneously resembles and differs from the city's great hipster neighborhood — the hipster superpower — the Mission. It might also help explain why the Little Chihuahua will soon be expanding, not to 22nd and South Van Ness streets but to 24th and Castro streets — the heart of Noe Valley. That's as dog-friendly a neighborhood as there is in this town. *


Continuous service: Mon.–Wed., 11 a.m.–10 p.m.; Thurs.–Fri., 11 a.m.–11 p.m.;

Sat., 10 a.m.–11 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.–11 p.m.

292 Divisadero, SF

(415) 255-8225

Beer and wine



Wheelchair accessible



Hipsters, please follow Little Chihuahua's lead, and get the F out of my once hipster free hood.

Posted by Guest on May. 11, 2010 @ 6:19 pm

I wholeheartedly concur with Guest's gentle demand. I grew up in this hood and am beyond sick of the faux nonconformists on their fixed gears who think they're so hip eating at this and ike's holes.

Posted by Matt on Sep. 02, 2010 @ 1:09 pm

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