Anthony Myint and Danny Bowien of ~MISSION STREET FOOD~ are offering an offal menu this Thursday December 10th. And since they know industry people are usually the biggest fans of the stuff, they will stay open late for an industry happy hour from 11pm—midnight. All I can say is check out dessert at the end.
Here’s the amazing-sounding menu: charcoal grilled tripe: preserved melon, salmon roe, sweet herbs, shallot pickles, bitter greens; crispy sweetbreads: spicy scallop, pear and elderflower soubise, pea leaves, white soy; country-fried chicken livers: cornflakes, brussels sprouts, buttermilk dressing; roasted bone marrow: fresh dill, tomato toast; braised beef tongue: blackened grits, spicy mustard greens, pickled anchovy; trotter flatbread: ham hock rillette, cornichon, sauce gribiche; foie gras sundae: vanilla ice cream, huckleberry compote, shaved foie, corn pops.
Remember that MSF is now accepting reservations (email your name, time and party size any time before 3pm on the day of)! I also hear they are planning on taking ~MISSION BURGER~ to the streets, possibly Saturday evening at the 16th Street BART station from 10pm onward. Maybe. The plan is to serve burgers out of a taco truck, just like back in the beginning. So if you’re gettin’ your party on in the Mission, swing by!
Thursday Dec 10, 2009