For several months now, San Francisco has awaited its very own outpost of nationwide, upscale Mexican restaurant chain Rosa Mexicano. And today is the day, all you tacovores. The company opens its 15th location in San Francisco's One Market building, and they got the memo about restaurants around here: The location sports handmade dinner tables, a live-edge communal and a groovy hyper-local angle.
Militant sustainable-organic types, take note!: "culinary advisor"/Barbuto chef Jonathan Waxman has added a handful of things like cheese fondue with peppers and 4505 Meats chorizo and chicken tortilla pie made with Mary's air-chilled chickens. The menu is not without its shocks, however: there is a rare frozen margarita sighting, and—hold onto your Jenny Craig memberships—"skinny margaritas." As always, anyone who goes into Rosa Mexicano soon should write early reports to this email address or below. The full San Francisco-specific dinner and drinks menus follow.
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