Off The Menu: Bar Agricole & Trou Normand Collaborate On 'Obispo'

Off The Menu: Bar Agricole & Trou Normand Collaborate On 'Obispo'

Photo courtesy of Trou Normand

Photo courtesy of Trou Normand

Who doesn't like rum? Well the teams over at Bar Agricole and Trou Normand have raised the question multiple times — owner of both, Thad Vogler, a spirits devotee and a curator at his Bar Agricole and Trou Normand, is preparing a new home to rum on 24th Street. There, a bar is the works to be called Obispo (or bishop,) as Eater learned by getting a peek at the liquor license application.

If you have no clue who either of these places are, we've got a word to sum them both up. Chic. Trou Normand focuses on whole-animal butchery and house-made charcuterie using pork from Riverdog Farm and dried meats made from rare Mangalitsa pigs bred exclusively by Csarda Haz Farm and Dinner Bell Farm. While Bar Agricole is a contemporary tavern in San Francisco’s SOMA district featuring traditional cocktails from spirits that celebrate the rich tradition of farmhouse distilling, natural wines, and Northern California.

Now, with another spot on 24th Street — according to Eater it's due sometime next spring — he'll have another to serve. Meanwhile, brunch at Bar Agricole has started back up and lines have indeed formed.

// Obispo, 3266 24th St, Mission

Photo courtesy of Agricole

Photo courtesy of Agricole

 
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