Back in October, we reported that some ABC license activity pointed to a new project from Stones Throw’s Ryan Cole and Jason Kirmse (also of Fat Angel) going into the Great Hunan space in Jackson Square.
The team has now released some information about their forthcoming project, TRESTLE. The Hi Neighbor group, the newly established San Francisco-based restaurant group behind Fat Angel and Stones Throw, is behind the project, which includes the aforementioned Ryan Cole and Jason Kirmse, plus Cyrick Hia, Tai Ricci, and executive chef Jason Halverson.
The daily-changing menu will focus on elevated interpretations of comfort cuisine, and the format will be a three-course prix-fixe for $35, with an option to add additional courses for $10 each. As for the name, the press release explains that a trestle is “defined as one of the earliest interpretations of a dining room table.” Dinner will be served nightly. We’ll have more details to share on the 49-seat space in the coming weeks. The targeted opening is late March 2015. 531 Jackson St. at Columbus.
The exterior of Great Hunan (located in a 1911 building) that is the future home of Trestle. Image via Google.