Foodie Agenda: Reveille Coffee Opens in Mission Bay + Free Grilled Cheese at the Mill

Foodie Agenda: Reveille Coffee Opens in Mission Bay + Free Grilled Cheese at the Mill


Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit! 

Café Reveille Opens in Mission Bay

Café Reveille (pronounced "reh-vey," which translates to "wake up" in French) opened in Mission Bay on Tuesday. The third location from Reveille Coffee will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with Chef Josh Fine (formerly of Hops & Hominy) at the helm of the kitchen. The menu is extensive and includes a variety of promising dishes such as an egg sandwich and chicken and waffles for breakfast, a burger for lunch, and steak frites for dinner. There is also beer and wine, as well as a mid-sized PROBAT where Reveille will be roasting on site. // Final hours TBD, but open for breakfast at 7:30am until late. 610 Long Bridge St (Mission Bay);

The Mill Turns Three, Offers Free Grilled Cheese + Coffee

The beautiful and oh-so-Instagrammable Mill turns three on Wednesday. To celebrate, they’ll be giving away free drip coffee all day, as well as free soup and grilled cheese between 6 and 9pm. Grilled cheese and soup will be a thing every subsequent Wednesday, so get a free sneak peak and enjoy some beers to go along with it. // Wednesday, February 17th, 736 Divisadero (Alamo Square);

Pink Zebra Wine Dinners at Namu Gaji

Jesse Koide, a Mission Chinese Food alum and creator of the Pink Zebra traveling pop-up, will be launching a short series of wine pairing dinners at Namu Gaji in the Mission District. The series is called "A Taste of Somewhereness," and each dinner in the series will focus on a notable wine region or wine producer. The first of the dinners is on February 22nd and will focus on Corsican wines—feel the sun, smell the maquis, and taste the salty sea— and will pair perfectly with Koide’s take on Corsican cuisine. // $116, 7pm, February 22nd and 29th, 499 Dolores (Mission); Get tickets here

Off The Grid Launches at Stonestown Galleria

Off The Grid is launching their largest weekend market in San Francisco on Saturday, February 27th at the Stonestown Galleria. The rotating lineup of nine food trucks will include Little Green Cyclo, Koja Kitchen, Bacon Bacon, Mozzeria, and more. OTG has curiously partnered with YMCA to provide visitors with fitness workshops, Zumba classes, and family yoga, so you’ll be able to work all the street food off. // 11am-3pm, Saturday, February 27 (and every subsequent Saturday), 3543 Buckingham Way (Lakeside);

Omar Mamoon is the founder of Dough & Co.

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