Mission Street Food is happy to announce that Tia Harrison—of Sociale and Avedano's--will be our guest chef on Thursday, December 4th. We'll be collaborating on a southern-style menu inspired by butter, hip-hop, and gentrification: "The Dirty South Cleans Up Pretty Good."
Smoked Duck Beignets with sheep's milk cheese (quadrato perfette) cherry shallot compote. $10
Gulf prawns with anson mills grits, kumquats, blood orange, bacon, scallions. $11
BBQ Lamb Shank with vermouth braised cabbage, sweet potato gratin. $14
Creole Catfish Stew with local radish, watercress, spicy roasted tomato broth, ozette potato, sesame seed. $12
PBQ - Kurobuta Berkshire Pork Belly with Quince-onion sauce, potato salad and slaw on fresh homemade flatbread. $6.50
Dirty Rice with rare grass fed beef, mint, sweet onion, chiles. $5.50
Mustard Greens with garlic and chili flake. $4.50
Dessert - Butter fried cornbread with buttermilk panacotta, honey and candied sage. $5
Tia is the chef of Sociale, an Italian restaurant in Pacific Heights, which has been described by the Chronicle as "epicurean pay-dirt." She is also co-owner of a charming butcher-shop in Bernal Heights called Avedano's Holly Park Market, where she offers first-rate meats and teaches classes on breaking down whole pigs. We're honored to have Tia as a guest chef and amazed that she has the time.
Rad! Do we find y'all at Lung Shan or somewhere new?
Yes--at Lung Shan (2234 Mission Street between 18th and 19th). We'll be operating out of that space for the foreseeable future.
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Welcome back! Looking forward to your Dirty South menu!
I wrote a preview of it again for the SF Weekly food blog:
What time do the doors open tonight?
We open at six. The address and hours are at the top of this blog, under the title.
Everything was delicious! My favorites were the PBQ, Shrimp, and the dessert.
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