For years, we’ve been wondering when you might be able to get a decent pierogi in the Mission. (Old World does a good job, but they’re a truck/pop-up, so you can’t always get it when you want it. They have a couple of Hanukkah dinners coming up btw.)
A new pierogi restaurant called Stuffed is making its way to the small shop space that currently houses Mission Sub (2788 Mission between 23rd and 24th). Grub Street catches the news this a.m. and some further digging reveals that owners Dana Sacco and Andy Schoengrund have been developing their pierogi bar concept for a number of months now. We’ve reached out for some further details and an opening timeframe (it will obviously be 2013) and will let you know as soon as we know more.
And today they published a first look at the menu:
Potato, farmer’s cheese, cheddar cheese. Served with onions and sour cream. Bacon-wrapped option.
Potato, portabella mushroom, spinach, goat cheese. Served with parmesan cheese sauce or pesto sauce.
Pulled Pork Pierogi
Seasoned slow cooked pork with walnut butter sauce and fontina cheese.
Potato with cream cheese, smoked salmon. Served with butter and lemon juice sauce and dill.
Ground lamb with Mediterranean spices with a goat cheese center. Spinach dough, and served with hummus sauce.
Spicy Buffalo Pierogi
Potato with blue cheese, pan-fried in spicy Buffalo wing sauce.
Pierogi topped with eggs Benedict with plain potato or chorizo potato fillings.
[Image via Eater SF]