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Mission Street Food founders Anthony Myint and Karen Leibowitz, whose new cookbook/memoir about the restaurant just came out this week, talked to the Feast today about their favorite stuff to eat around the Bay, including Vik's Chaat Corner, and Pho...
Amanda Gold calls the conversational writing style 'simultaneously self-deprecating and slightly smug.'
The book will arrive this summer, complete with a comic, and "sly commentary."
David Chang's 'Lucky Peach' quarterly journal will be the imprint's first project.
They've uncovered a 1920s-era mural that they're keeping, and aiming for the first week in August.
Call us defensive, but the fig flap won't die, and S.F. chefs are still making ironic references to it on their menus.
Mission Chinese Food launches on July 5, serving up a new "Americanized" menu out of Lung Shan seven days a week.
The Gitane chef tries stuff out at MSF; Brick Yard Bar and Grill on track for June 5; cops look to make Paragon their new clubhouse...
"If anyone wants to go across the street and bring back an $8 lemonade from Gracias Madre, you can tell your server that I said to waive the corkage. Just kidding." Anthony Myint, via Mission Street Food's menu for...
The longtime Mission staple, known mostly for its cheapness and its parking, makes way for a charitable gringo restaurant.
Among the new takes on classic SF dishes is a possibly fictitious brick-oven roasted "chicken" with a "bread salad."
Former Avenue 9 chef Jeff Rosen guests at Mission Street Food; Mass. mortuary hosts a cooking competition to boost business.
"Instead of crying because the bank won’t give me $2 million to open a restaurant, this is a way I can do it." -- Tommy Halvorson, EAT @ 111 Minna.
The nonstaurant seeks to become a restaurant, and still donate upwards of $40K annually.
The menu, which features things like uni-and-shrimp-stuffed tofu, was "written" by HAL 9000.
New breakfast sandwich is eat-in only because old Hollandaise is gross.
Thomas Martinez's dinner Thursday will support Food Not Bombs.
To help the San Francisco Food Bank, Mission Street Food will cook meals that could be bought by someone on food stamps.
Neighborhood pop-up gets back to its mobile roots with chaat menu.