Local Mission Market

Mission Accomplished

It’s a Market. And a True Date Clincher.

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It’s happening. Date night at your place. You’re making a cassoulet with duck confit and lamb ragout. One problem: you have no idea how to do that. Enter Local Mission Market—it’s now open, it’ll make your life better, and there are four things you need to know.

Everything comes from within 90 miles. Everything.
It’s sort of like a normal market, full of meat, cheese, produce, pasta, fish and bread. But there are no aisles, and everything is sourced from the area. (Okay, except the coffee. But that’s roasted here. Close enough.)

It’s like a restaurant without the restaurant.
The owners are behind Local’s Corner and Local Mission Eatery, and everything here is the same stuff used at those places. And yes, they’ve got fully prepared take-’em-and-heat-’em meals like lasagna or that cassoulet.

You’ll be in and out in no time.
When the lines get more than three deep, a fleet of employees will hit the floor with handheld scanners to check you out where you stand.

They like the Internet.
In a few weeks, you’ll be able to order everything online, pick it up at the drive-through window and be on your way.

So you can hurry home to not prepare your dinner.


Local Mission Market
2670 Harrison St
(at 23rd)
San Francisco, CA, 94110


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