Katie Kwan and Valerie Luu of Rice Paper Scissors, a Vietnamese pop-up that recently opened at Brick and Mortar (on Mission and Duboce), share the best thing they ever ate in the Mission and reminisce about the past.
Lourdes Lozano, co-owner of L’s Caffe, takes us to Chili Cha Cha at 3166 24th Street. Let us know about your favorite place.
Dylan Denicke, co-owner of Beast and the Hare on 22nd and Guerrero, recommends his favorite place to eat in the Mission.
Tyler MacNiven, one of the owners of West of Pecos, takes us to his favorite restaurant in the Mission, Ken Ken Ramen.
Foreign Cinema chef Gayle Pirie shares her two favorite spots in the neighborhood.
Mr. Pollo chefs Manny Torres Gimenez and Shawn Kaputi eat their favorite food in the Mission District during their siesta. Mr. Pollo is at 2823 Mission Street, between 24th and 25th streets. Rincon Peruano is at 3364 26th Street.
Gabriela Salas, the owner and chef of Charanga, takes us to her favorite place.
The fish reminds Mari Takahashi, Nombe's chef and owner, of Japan.
Elisabeth Prueitt and Chad Robertson, the husband-wife team who are chefs and co-owners of Tartine Bakery and Bar Tartine, talk about their favorite thing to eat in the Mission. What’s your favorite?
Gino Assaf, chef and owner of Specchio restaurant on Mission and 19th, talks about his favorite thing, an experimental little spot on 22nd Street between Valencia and Mission. What’s your favorite thing in the Mission?
Jorge Mancera, from Esperpento, talks about his Mission favorite. Tell us yours.
Marta Sánchez, from Casa Sánchez, talks about her favorite thing to eat in the Mission.
Richie Nakano from Hapa Ramen SF talks to Mission Loc@l. Let us know your best.