20 Spot Almost Ready to Open in the Mission

20 Spot
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We broke the original news about 20 Spot (3565 20th Street) a little over a year ago, and now the new neighborhood restaurant in the former Force of Habit record shop space is just weeks away from its debut. Tablehopper snapped some photos of the place, which was designed by the same architect who worked on Trick Dog and Presidio Social Club, Wylie Price. It has the feel of a modern living room with vintage furnishings, and there’s a six-seat bar made of Marin eucalyptus. The straightforward café menu comes from chef Anthony Paone, formerly of Sea Salt in Berkeley. It features wine-friendly fare like rabbit paté and cheeses, and the dishes range in price from $5 to $18. (One of the owners, Bodhi Freedom, also owns Bacchus Wine Bar in Russian Hill.) No opening date is set and inspections are still pending, but look for them to open in March, within a couple of weeks. [Tablehopper, Earlier]