Or should I say holy pig? Today at Clare’s Deli!
You could stay in the Mission:
Or you could venture up to the Lower Haight:
Been waiting a long time for The Perennial! Here’s the blurb:
Developed by husband-and-wife restaurateurs Anthony Myint and Karen Leibowitz (Mission Street Food, Mission Chinese Food, Commonwealth, etc), The Perennial was designed to lead the restaurant industry toward greater sustainability and deeper engagement with the most pressing issue of our time: climate change. We wanted to build a restaurant that prioritized the environment without sacrificing our culinary values–and then we went ahead and added a sustainable bar!
And check out about the bar:
Bar Director Jennifer Colliau (Small Hand Foods, founder; The Interval) will be using the cocktail program as a way to showcase environmental innovations including rethinking ice use to conserve water and energy. Jennifer will also turn to careful sourcing and in-house production to minimize the bar’s carbon footprint and food waste. For example, she is using a water still to create hydrosols and essential oils from citrus peels, and finding innovative bar-related uses for kitchen scraps.
Sample menus and reservations on the website!
Because, you know, at this theater you get a table with your seat and you can order food and drink before the movie and throughout it! Here are a couple key snippets:
(But let’s not forget the mimosas. They make the best mimosas in the Mission.)
Now please enjoy our excellent post about the eternal debate Boogaloo’s vs. St. Francis Fountain
Wes spilled the beans (lol there’s no beans) to Omar at 7×7, checkitout:
You already know Wes Rowe of Wesburger makes one of the best burgers in San Francisco. Rowe, who hails from Austin, has been doing a weekly pop-up at Mojo for the last two years, and is known for topping his burgers and tots with signature Tex-Mex queso dip. Now you can make your own dip at home (just add chips!)
Wes’s Tex-Mex Queso Dip
1lb white American cheese (You must source this from the deli counter, not the cheese aisle! Have them cut you a 1lb block and shred it at home.)
4 oz. asadero cheese shredded
1 jalapeno chopped
1 large ripe tomato
1/4 white onion chopped
1 small bunch cilantro roughly chopped
1 tsp cumin (toast cumin seeds and blend in a spice grinder for a fresher taste)
1/4 cup whole milk
Mmmmm! Read on for the rest of the recipe!
No matter how bad your year was, the RPS New Year’s Day brunch will make you feel like the new one is gonna be the best ever. Ooh and they’ve got a new venue this year:
One of our favorite traditions is serving brunch on New Year’s Day – something we’ve done ever since we started!
This year we’re doing it at The PizzaHacker, our homie Jeff’s pizza shop in Bernal/Outer Mission. He’ll be slinging mimosas and beer, we got you on the food and Vietnamese coffee front.
See you there!
New Year’s Day Brunch @ The PizzaHacker
January 1, 2016
3299 Mission Street at 29th
Alriiiight. RSVP and invite your homies!
Full menu after the jump:
This first one involves Frosted Flakes and green tea:
If you’re not following MCF on Instagram, you should be; it’s where they tend to announce trippy stuff like this these days.
Here’s Mini Wheats with cashew butter and roasted persimmon jam:
And finally, good ol’ Kellogg’s Corn Flakes with something called “sweet and salty corn powder” plus yogurt and berries:
NYC only though, this weekend only, I think. Sorry, Cali chumps.
Now please enjoy this modern classic post about the last trippy thing MCF did here in SF…
Not sure if it’s exactly the same this time or not, but this was the menu last weekend:
These next few days are your absolute LAST CHANCE to dine inside the old Slow Club before it’s taken over and destroyed forever. Here’s Pink Zebra explaining the details:
Come hang out with us! Have some sick cocktails at the bar, Danny Louie (former Chino, Alembic) will be mixing drinks off of our selected list, wine by Trumpet Wine, and Sutton Cellars, maybe some beer, and daily n/a offerings.
Menu will be a la carte. Maybe you wanna sit at the Chef’s Counter? No reservations, first come first served, just fun, great food and drinks to take the edge off the holidays!!
Every thing on the bev and dinner menu will cost $10, and is CASH ONLY. I repeat CASH ONLY, come prepared, so you don’t have to walk up to the gas station:)
And here’s the drink menu: