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Another restaurant and bar has its sights set on the Mission. Honey Cove, a family-friendly bar and restaurant, will open soon at 2575 Mission Street, the former home of dive bar Doc’s Clock.
The 2,800-square-foot restaurant will have a full bar and serve light plates, says owner Leticia Luna, who has been in the San Francisco nightlife and restaurant scene for over 40 years, and has owned a number of restaurants and bars around the city, including the now-closed nightclub Calle 11.
“I wanted to create a place that was more family friendly,” says Luna. “But still a good spot for weekend brunch or parties.”
And Honey Cove’s layout should certainly accommodate a party scene. According to Luna, the restaurant and bar will be organized into small sections, where groups can eat, drink, and celebrate semi-privately. The space will also boast a balcony that Luna plans to reserve for private events.
No word yet on when Honey Cove will open. Right now, Luna is waiting for the city to approve permits, which she says could take up to three months.
“Hopefully we’ll be able to open sooner than that,” Luna says. Hopefully, indeed. We’re ready to get the Honey Cove party started.