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LunchWire: 25 Lusk, Mozzeria, Michael Mina, M.Y. China

25 Lusk.
25 Lusk.
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SOMA—Today's EaterWire is dedicated to a sometimes neglected quantity: lunch. First up: 25 Lusk, which has just begun offering mid-day dishes like tri-tip steak frites and chicken-fried quail sandwiches, plus special-occasion "power lunch" options like double-cut ribeye and roasted whole arctic char. It runs 11:30 am-2 pm on weekdays. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION—Also now serving lunch/brunch for the first time: Mozzeria, the Mission pizza spot, which is offering "express lunch" options for in-house dining or to go. Pizzas, salads, burrata, and the Mozzeria Bar are all available. Hours are Wednesday-Friday, 12-3 pm, and Saturday-Sunday, 12-5 pm. [EaterWire]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT—Power-lunching is a well-established tradition at Michael Mina, but even those without an expense account can now afford an occasional splurge via their three-course prix fixe menu for $35. It's available weekdays from 11:30 am-2 pm. [EaterWire]

SOMA—Finally, M.Y. China has introduced a host of set menus, including a duo at lunch: three courses for $20, or four for $25 (which comes with a bunch of dim sum). At dinner, there's a Peking duck ($68) or live crab ($88) dinner for two, with five courses. [EaterWire]

Twenty Five Lusk

25 Lusk St, San Francisco, CA 94107 415-495-5875 Visit Website

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