Chef and owner Tricia Tracey of Momo’s and Thirsty Bear Brewery, among other restaurants in her 25 year career, comes back to San Francisco from New Jersey to open her very own space: Myriad Gastro Pub. Just in time for the blowing up craft beer scene in and around San Francisco Bay Area, Tracey will feature globally inspired menu with seasonal, local ingredients. The gastropub will have snacks, small plates, and larger portions to pair with the various craft beers she will have on tap. Smaller plates for all palates ranging in price from $6-15 will include intriguing items like bone marrow with sherry demi glaze, tarragon-horseradish gremolata and crostini. YUM!! They’ll serve larger portions ranging from $14-28 each and will include dishes like roasted Halibut, Lamb, and even a Mayan pork stew. The menu will rotate based on what is available.
Myriad will have over 40 different wines available and creative house cocktails, but I am most excited to see what the beer selection is like.The Mission district is an ever growing area in San Francisco, home to hipsters and craft beer drinkers alike. Located in the old Nombe space, it’s also not far from my beloved AT&T Park and Cellarmaker Brewery. The concept seems hip and cool without the snobbery that some tapas places can have. I am excited to visit when they open in mid June. Stay tuned for a restaurant review of the food, service, and craft beer list!
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I look forward to meeting you and trying your food! Cheers!
Thank you for the lovely post Jess, I really appreciate it.
See you at Myriad!