5 New Restaurants + Bars To Try in the Bay Area


These new restos and bars are giving the Bay Area food scene a run for it’s money. Will they live up to the hype though?

matters into their own hands and created what could possibly be a showstopper of a Japanese restaurant. Taking over the former Herbivore space on Valencia st, Motze joins the impressive line up of food, shopping, and sites to be had on Valencia. Mixing their culinary skill from Japan and California, their fare is on the up and up of must try before you die. // 983 Valencia St, Mission, motze.xyz


Horsie’s Saloon

As recently reported by us, Horsie’s Saloon came out of nowhere and instantly won the hearts and taste buds of the Mission. Owner Paul Miller quickly applied for his liquor license and opened the bar inside the Royal Cuckoo. So what’s the drink to try? “Horsies Mary,” a bloody Mary that includes two shots of the digestif
Underburg. Oh my god. // 3202 Mission St, Mission, royalcuckoo.com

The Bird
has crafted this mouthwatering chicken sandwich with gluten-free,
berbere-spiced batter. The lines of people waiting “patiently” prove it.
And the sandwich is $8, and comes in regular or spicy — easy peasy. Hoping
to sell at least 200 sandwiches at launch, these hungry techies won’t
soon go hungry. They’re planning only to stay open for as long as it
takes. // 115 New Montgomery Street, SoMa, thebirdsf.com


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5 New Restaurants + Bars To Try in the Bay Area

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