From Our Editors
Although one might infer from the name Slow Club that here is a chef dedicated to the slow food movement, it’s actually the kind of place to get a burger that wears its sustainable origins on its sleeve. Thoughtfully designed with a minimalist, loft-like interior and a retro bent, this Mission brunch, lunch and dinner establishment sits in a quiet precinct away from much foot traffic or bustle. Having been around for years, Slow Club can feel slightly ordinary only because of the hordes of likeminded imitators that have replicated its model of partnering with local ranches and farms to make everyday dishes fresher and more ecologically sound. But it’s as ever a hip, if slightly under-the-radar, place to dine. One glance at the cocktail list will dispel any doubt.