Mission Street Food Cookbook Coming Soon from McSweeney’s

From Publisher’s Weekly:

Another book on the imprint’s inaugural list is Mission Street Food: Recipes and Ideas from an Improbable Restaurant by Anthony Myint and Karen Leibowitz, who founded Mission Street Food, a pop-up restaurant in San Francisco. Myint now runs Mission Chinese Food, which, though not quite at Momofuku’s level, has achieved a sort of cult following among San Francisco foodies. Juliet Litman, publicity director for McSweeney’s, said the $30 hardcover, which pubs in late June and does not have a tech component, “will be a totally new take on the food book style, including recipes, instructions on how to run a profitable and charitable restaurant, and much more.”

Can’t wait! Read on for more on the new McSweeney’s cookbook imprint.

[via Mission Local] [Photo by Michelle L]

2 Responses to “Mission Street Food Cookbook Coming Soon from McSweeney’s”

  1. YMFY says:

    I’m pretty sure Danny Bowien runs MCF, Anthony Myint runs Commonwealth.

  2. YMFY says:

    Err, I guess they’re also business partners. Splitting hairs with myself.