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Linea Caffe Coming to the Former Mission Burger Space at Duc Loi
It’s going to host two new pop-up ventures from Anthony Myint, GreenSalads and Lt. Waffle.
The Other Critics
Hirsch Calls the Food at Mission Bowling Club ‘Damn Fine’
What to Eat
What to Eat at Mission Bowling Club, Opening Monday
Check out the menu from Mission Street Food’s Anthony Myint.
Mission Bowling Club Will Open Soon, Won’t Be Open After Midnight
Looks like they will make their scheduled spring opening.
How to Make Anthony Myint’s Twice-Fried Popeye’s Chicken; Cracker
Cracker Barrel Founder Dies at 76; Seniors Cited as Big Binge Drinkers
Dan W. Evins started the restaurant chain in his parents’ gas station.
Mission Bowling Club, With Mission Street Food-Style Menu, On Deck for Spring
Also, they’ve just launched a crowd-funding campaign for landscaping.
Mission Street Food Does Thanksgiving; Ruth Bourdain to Dole Out Thanksgiving
Look for MSF’s “Insanely-Involved-But-Totally-Worth-It” gravy recipe.
Mission Street Food Kids List Their Favorite Foods
Mission Street Food Book Reviewed a Month Early
Amanda Gold calls the conversational writing style ‘simultaneously self-deprecating and slightly smug.’
Mission Bowling Club to Feature the Famed Mission Burger and a Menu by Anthony
The new bowling alley will open next year in an old warehouse on 17th.
Mission Street Food Cookbook Goes Up for Pre-Sale
The book will arrive this summer, complete with a comic, and “sly commentary.”
Mission Chinese Food Guys Can’t Resist the 99-Cent Two-Piece at
Danny Bowein and Anthony Myint say Popeye’s is the best thing they ever ate in the Mission.
Fernald, Myint, Other Bay Area Kids Make ‘Big Food Thinkers’ List
Another listicle from the November issue of Food & Wine.
How to Pronounce ‘Syhabout’ and Various Local Chefs’ Names
A new audio pronunciation guide from the Weekly.
Commonwealth Just Might Open Next Month
They’ve uncovered a 1920s-era mural that they’re keeping, and aiming for the first week in August.
Mission Street Food Not Totally Abandoning Lung Shan After All
Mission Chinese Food launches on July 5, serving up a new “Americanized” menu out of Lung Shan seven days a week.
El Herradero Shutters to Make Way for Commonwealth
The longtime Mission staple, known mostly for its cheapness and its parking, makes way for a charitable gringo restaurant.
Back of the House
Is Local Talent Really the Future of Local Dining?
A local blogger calls out some great up-and-coming chefs in the city, but what about our wave of immigrants?
Karen Leibowitz Leaving Mission Street Food
SF Chefs.Food.Wine Ticket Winner Shares His Rising Star Picks
Getting the Jump on the
, we’re crowd-sourcing rising star chefs.