San Francisco, CA 94110
SF Weekly's Description
This tiny, brick-colored bistro may be known for Baltimore crab fluff and fried chicken -- both worth the hype, incidentally -- but its new chef de cuisine, Matt Brimer, is looking at Americana anew. He serves brussels sprouts with ham-hock foam and a slow egg, and drizzles an oxtail vinaigrette over flat-iron steak at this Mission District restaurant. Brunch at Maverick is a relaxed, adult affair, with unusual takes on the standards and cinnamon sugar doughnuts, fried to order.
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