New Mission Options for Brunch and Sandwiches; Mission Community Market Reopens


Mission Bowling Club exterior. Photo: ©

Beginning this weekend, ~MISSION BOWLING CLUB~ is starting brunch service Sat-Sun 11am-3pm. You can check out the menu here, which includes loco moco ($12), which is basically a rendition of the Mission Burger for breakfast, fried chicken and waffles ($11), and more. Whether you bowl or not is beside the point—feel free to just come by for an eye-opener from the full bar and chilaquiles.

Sandwich lovers will want to swing by ~HEIRLOOM CAFÉ~ on Wednesday evenings, when they are offering a new sandwich menu in addition to a few choices off the à la carte menu. Some choices (which will rotate weekly) include a Comté tuna melt, pulled pork with fennel slaw and salsa verde, a corned beef Reuben, open-faced asparagus and burrata, a couple grilled cheese sandwiches, and, of course, the Époisses burger. And some killer wine pairings, natch.

On Thursday April 12th, the ~MISSION COMMUNITY MARKET~ is back in action for its third year, with some new vendors in their lineup, including 4505 Meats and their high quality, pastured meats, Spring Hill Cheese, Little City Gardens (the first contemporary commercial farm in San Francisco to sell in San Francisco), as well as new vendors from La Cocina and new craft designers from the Mission. Every Thursday from 4pm-8pm at Bartlett and 22nd St.