Food trucks and fine dining in an oft overlooked area of SF
Location: CA-San Francisco
Story Date: 8/8/2018
Publisher: SF Weekly
Author: Peter Lawrence Kane
For almost the first century of its existence, Mission Bay was the type of neighborhood where people ate their lunches out of pails. Today, it exists mostly to serve the needs of medical and biotech workers, with a couple Starbucks and poke places that could be found in any blue-state suburb. But beneath the reputation for edge-city sterility and a feeling of missed opportunity — this formerly industrial neighborhood between SoMa and Dogpatch couldn’t manage even one full-scale craft brewery? — there are worthwhile places for meeting a friend and a few that are genuine destinations in their own right.
Place Category: Food & Drink
Story Category: Top/Best/Coolest Lists