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Inside Foxsister, 24th Street’s New Spot for ‘Rambunctious’ Korean

Expect DJs, frozen cocktails and mountains of Korean Fried Chicken

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Starting tonight, Foxsister — one of Eater’s most anticipated Fall openings — is officially open for business on 24th Street in the Mission. The project from chef/owner Brandon Kirksey (Slanted Door, Jardiniere) and partner Kristina Farino aims to be the neighborhood’s place for Korean Anju drinking snacks as well as larger, shareable fare like Korean fried chicken, Dungeness crab noodles and beef brisket bulgogi.

For Foxsister, Kirksey consulted with Flour + Water partner David Steele. This summer, as the project was in the planning stages, Kirksey told Eater, “I really want Foxsister to be a rambunctious neighborhood bar and restaurant offering great food, drinks and music.”

To set that mood, interiors boast a neon-lit, night market atmosphere with frozen drinks, string lights and a centerpiece wheatpaste by Seattle artist Cheyenne Randall. Diners can expect a rotating lineup of DJs to help keep the spirits up throughout the night.

Foxsister (3161 24th Street) is now open Sunday through Wednesday from 6 to 10 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday 6 to 11 p.m.; Reservations are available through Reserve, and walk-ins are always welcome. The opening menu is embedded below.


3161 24th Street, , CA 94110 (415) 829-7814 Visit Website
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