Off The Menu: Mason Pacific Returns to it’s Nob Hill Location with a Sparkling New Menu

Mason Pacific has created an entirely new menu that is both craveable and close to the Nob Hill heart. Chef Max Mackinnon has flipped the table on this specialized menu.

Creating “a neighborhood restaurant that’s worth traveling for”, chef Max Mackinnon has a lot to live up to. Returning from a kitchen fire that put Mason Pacific on hold for the last 4 months, a new dining experience is what he aims to bring as Mason Pacific’s new reopening chef. His experience spans half a decade of elevating hometown glory kitchens to their highest potentials and only at the ripe age of 30. Move over Gordan Ramsay.

His new menu will feature dishes like Santa Barbara Sea Urchin with Potato, Garlic and Seaweed; Braised Lamb with Flowering Broccoli and Citrus Broth; Liberty Farms Duck with Eggplant, Mushroom and Turnips; and a Dry Aged Ribeye for Two. All bites delicious and satiating.

Situated along the cable car line on the borders of Nob Hill, Russian Hill and Chinatown, Mason Pacific opened in 2013. The chic restaurant features modern, seasonal bistro classics, with flavors inspired by San Francisco’s cultural heritage. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

image
image
image
image
image

// You need to make your way to Mason Pacific (1358 Mason St, San Francisco) and meet the man himself as he prepares you a gorgeous dinner.


Written by Anthony Rogers, photographs by Luke Beard — Still hungry? Get a taste of our Bay Bites Guide 2016. It’s downright delicious.

Style’d SF: Home On The Range

4 DIY Adventures to Pursue in San Francisco

0