Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Holy Moly

No, The Vestry isn't just open on Sunday afternoons

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Bless us, Father, for we have sinned.

We have been having a lot of unholy fun at The Chapel in the Mission. And now that The Vestry restaurant has opened on the premises, 
we can satisfy our late-night munchies (till 1a) to sustain all that holy rolling on the dance floor until the wee hours.

Take a seat on the outdoor patio with heat lamps (almost as much of a crowd pleaser as the band playing The Chapel) to fuel up on flatbreads and cheese plates, the addictive grilled Toulouse sausage or the can't-miss Chapel Burger with fries.

Thanks to Darren Crawford (Bourbon & Branch), you'll sip with no small irony on a Nail in the Coffin (bourbon, Cynar, orange, chocolate bitters) or the Altar Ego (rye, Amaro Nonino, lemon, cinnamon, brown sugar, peach bitters, egg white).

Need a different type of nightcap? Try the reinvention of a San Francisco treat, It IS It, a vanilla ice cream sandwich glazed in chocolate.

The holy trinity.

The Vestry thechapelsf.com
777 Valencia (btw. 18th and 19th), Mission
(415) 551-7306
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Price: 2 (out of 4)
Noise: 2 (out of 4)
Parking: Metered street
Scene: Hipster chic hepcats and late night owls
Best bets: Chapel burger; Grilled toulouse sausage; seared scallops; and any cocktail
Nearby: Elbo Room; Elixir; Makeout Room

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