Coming shortly to 24th and Treat is a new wine bar called La Movida in the former El Delfin space. As discussed earlier, the project is a partnership between Michael Meadows and Pal's Takeaway sandwichman Jeff Mason, who's been looking for a spot to move his operation since the Health Department told them they couldn't keep serving out of Tony's Market down the street.
Ms. Tablehopper has some new details about the project, including the fact that all beers and wines on the list except one are from California (and that's from Owen Roe, who sources grapes from Washington and Oregon).
The list includes small and local producers like Broc Cellars, Dashe Cellars, and on the beer front, Cervezeria de MateVeza.
Food in the evenings will be from a small plates menu including flatbreads, sliders, and the standard cheese and charcuterie plates. There will also be a Tuesday night pop-up rotation, TBA.
As for Pal's, they'll operate every weekday in the space from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and you can see the expanded new menu here. Hours for La Movida will be 4:30 p.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday to Thursday, and until midnight Friday and Saturday.
· La Movida Opening Next Week in the Mission [Tablehopper]
· Pal's Takeaway Turns Four, Full Space Still Planned [~ESF~]