Changes to the menu: Bender’s now home to rotating Sunday pop-ups
June 8, 2016
UPDATE 3:30 P.M. : A reader informs me that Mad’Mzelles Poutine has been a pop-up regular at Bender’s in the past and is “really good” to boot. ORIGINAL POST: Bender’s Bar and Grill, South Van Ness’ go-to source for a boozy meal, is now home to a rotating series of Sunday pop-up restaurants. One of […]
Cultured — and yet not
May 24, 2016
Capp Street Crap correspondent Sarah spotted this apparent case of yogurt vigilantism near 22nd and Guerrero streets. Says Sarah: Not sure exactly what happened here, but I suspect some Guerrero Street Justice was meted out. The mean streets of outer Noe are getting rough people, stay safe, be aware of yogurt vigilantes. Rough indeed.
Ay pupusa! Balompié Cafe shuttering until next year
May 20, 2016
Fans of Balompié Cafe in the Mission will soon have to look elsewhere to get their pupusa fix. The Salvadoran restaurant, at the corner of 18th and Capp Streets, is closing as of May 29 until next year while their building is retrofitted. Manager Evelyn Figueroa said work is being done to their basement and the […]
Vegan bakery now open inside Mission camping store
April 6, 2016
Months after a popular coffee shop there said goodbye, a vegan bakery has opened its café inside the Alite Outpost camping store. One of the first all-vegan bakeries in the city, Wholesome Bakery moved into the camping store space, on 18th near Capp, about a week ago. Previously described by an Alite representative as its […]
Hangover helper: Bender’s boozy brunch debuts Sunday
March 31, 2016
To the disappointment of many, though apparently not the fire department, Bender’s Bar and Grill, at 19th and South Van Ness, recently ended a decade-long run of serving up free burgers on its back patio on Sundays. Weekend patrons won’t go hungry for long, though. This Sunday marks the debut of “Bartender’s Breakfast,” the new […]
Meat on the street
March 21, 2016
Vegetarian option please!
Little Baobab set to reopen
February 29, 2016
Shuttered by a fire, Senegalese restaurant Little Baobab is preparing to open this week, repaired and reinvented. Owner Marco Senghor said barring any hiccups, Little Baobab will reopen for business at 5 p.m. Friday. The restaurant, at 3376 19th St., between Mission and Capp streets, is adopting more of a fast food concept, serving crepes and […]
Now being served at the CAPPeteria …
February 19, 2016
The food offerings in the Mission continue to grow.
January 14, 2016
One potato … Two potato
Corn on the Capp
December 2, 2015
Could you be any more corny?