Bull’s Eye

Steaks and Cocktails in the Mission

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Argentines know a thing or two about the good life.

They tango all night. Consume malbec by the barrel. Eat steak like it’s some kind of edible, delicious water.

Yeah, you should probably get in on that.

Behold: Lolinda, a two-level shrine of steak, wine and cocktails from the Beretta/Starbelly crew, opening next week on Mission Street.

What you have here is nothing less than a house of worship for all things Argentine. We’re talking tufted-leather booths. Not one, but two cocktail bars. And a huge mural of bulls on the wall. You know, in case you don’t know what to order.

We see you coming here in a date-type situation. Say, on a date. If it’s low-key, head upstairs to the mezzanine bar, where a vet from NYC’s esteemed Death + Company will be making Manhattans. (If you brought multiple dates, head to the godfather booth and order family-style.)

But for a more formal occasion, stick to downstairs, grab one of those huge booths and let the enormous steaks come to you.

Oh, and we should mention that this is the old Medjool space. Which means that in a few months, Lolinda will be opening up that roof deck.

Which reminds us of an old saying about good things and waiting...


2518 Mission St
(at 21st St)
San Francisco, CA, 94110


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