Mission Loc@l's lunch from Mission Burger

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Starting Saturday, Mission Burger is staying up late. The fellows behind the burger joint inside Duc Loi grocery store are taking their venture outside.

“We want to have it for people who are going out for a drink,” says Danny Bowien, a Mission Burger maker.

Since the grocery store closes at 9 p.m. everyday, Anthony Myint and Bowien will serve up burgers and “possibly fries,” either outside the store or down street in front of Lung Shan.

The latter, at 2234 Mission St., is where Myint’s other food project, Mission Street Food, goes live every Thursday and Saturday.

There won’t be any of that tasty mint lemonade, though.

“It’s too cold for that.”

Asked if there was anything that needed to be added, Bowien replied, “It’s going to be awesome.”

There you have it.

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Brooke Minters was born and raised in Los Angeles, where she developed a taste for culture and cuisine at an early age. A taquería connoisseur and documentary maker, she's eaten her way through most of L.A., Granada, Havana, and New York. It's only fitting that she finds herself on the food beat in the Mission.

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  1. $12 for a burger and fries! which you can eat sitting down on the sidewalk at 18th and Mish! in the pigeon crap! but where can I park my fixie? yay!

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