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Myriad Gastro Pub Now Serving Globally Inspired Cuisine in the Mission

This is the first solo project from chef Tricia Tracey.

Myriad Gastro Pub is now open in the Mission, following years of anticipation from chef Tricia Tracey. After stints at San Francisco's ThirstyBear Brewing Company, Momo's and Roti, Tracey has launched her first solo project focusing on snacks, shareable items and larger plates inspired by cuisines from around the globe.

Housed in the former Nombe space, Tracey has designed a daily changing menu that includes small plates like salt cod fritters with lemon aioli and chicken liver mousse with port-wine onions, plus larger plates like Cochinita Pibil, pork stew with sour orange, red onions, jalapeños and green chile corn tortillas. On the beverage side, there'll be craft beers and wines, and since the liquor license only allows for beer and wine, a selection of cocktails concocted from low-alcohol wines and fortified beverages.

The 65-seat space will certainly be recognizable to fans of Nombe, though it has been refreshed with decorative touches like reclaimed wood, hand-painted tiles and new artwork.

Myriad Gastro Pub is open Sunday-Thursday from 5:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m. and Friday-Saturday from 5:00 to 11:00 p.m. Weekend brunch is on the horizon, slated to start in July.

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