The question does remain, however, whether a neighborhood can be as utterly transformed as this part of the Mission has been and still remain a neighborhood. One sunny bit of proof that the answer might be yes is the recent opening of Radish, one of those small, slightly-off-the-beaten path, homemade-with-style places that have long made this city such an appealing place to eat.
Quite simply, the restaurant aims to be an any-time-of-day sort of place. There are breakfast items: everything from an egg sandwich to migas, croques and benedicts. Lunch means sandwiches and soups. And then at night-time it switches into a bit more of a bar atmosphere with smaller street-food style bites, local beers on tap and soju cocktails.
You’ve got different spots for different times of day. Your morning coffee shop. Your happy hour watering hole. An arsenal of restaurants for your three squares. Today we’d like to turn your attention to a place that’s more like the Swiss Army knife ... Welcome Radish a new café/eatery/bar bringing a little bit of Southern flair to the Mission.