Founded in 1887, the church solidly anchors the corner of South Van Ness Avenue. When the pink light of late afternoon shines on the facade bathing it in a warm Mexican glow, and a line of locals patiently wait at the Whiz Burger window, an archetypal Californian moment is distilled into an amber memory; a keepsake radiating golden light and wispy smoke from the grill. Madre Maria! Have a Coke & a smile.
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