This just in: Mission Street Food is movin’ on up. As previously reported, they’d decided to take their operation full time, and now they’re doing it. The new restaurant is called Commonwealth and it will open this summer at 2224 Mission Street (pictured).
SAN FRANCISCO, CA : March 23, 2010
JASON FOX AND ANTHONY MYINT ANNOUNCE COMMONWEALTH
Jason Fox (former executive chef of Bar Tartine), Anthony Myint
(Mission Street Food, Mission Burger) and partners are creating an
innovative model of benevolent fine dining in COMMONWEALTH.
Expected to open early this summer, Commonwealth will be a progressive
American restaurant, building on California’s tradition of showcasing
local, seasonal foods while incorporating diverse culinary approaches
from around the world. Additionally, a set portion of proceeds from
Fox’s inventive tasting menus will be donated to local non-profits.
Commonwealth is committed to benefiting our community. The name
Commonwealth derives from the early modern concept of organizing for
the common good of the people. The restaurant Commonwealth takes this
optimistic notion to heart: it will provide sustenance for its
Commonwealth, located at 2224 Mission Street, near 18th Street, will
be open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday. Commonwealth will offer an
affordable a la carte menu with most dishes priced between $6 and $16,
as well as a tasting menu. Construction begins this month.
Follow our progress at http://www.commonwealthsf.com, on Twitter, and on Facebook.