June 22, 2010

Open: The Little Chihuahua


The Little Chihuahua tweeted the opening of its second location today at 11AM - 4123 24th St at Castro (in the old Bistro 24 and Miss Millie's space). No firm hours appear to be posted yet, though Tablehopper reports hours through this Thursday are 11am-3pm; regular hours of 11am-10pm start Friday. Brunch will (of course) be on the menu soon. Phone: 415-648-4157

9 comments:

Texas2SF said...

Finally!
competition with Casa Mexicana!
I ate at the Little Chihuahua over on Divisidero last week, it's good, a bit upscale!

mulls said...

Nice! Anything to give Casa Muy Blanda a run for it's money is fine by me...

Jeffrey said...

Fabulous! Welcome to the neighborhood, we've needed you for quite some time!

cr said...

Good stuff. Salsas are tasty. The tortillas for the tacos are thick and corny. Beer on tap. I'm a fan.

Anonymous said...

"...n the old Bistro 24 and Miss Millie's space." And before that, it was "The Meat Market Cafe," a coffee joint. And before that it was a genuine meat market. We had a butcher shop right in Noe Valley. That was nice.

Anonymous said...

Drews however, is not in Noe Valley. At least not if you are "in the know" because you've lived here long enough to know that TLC was "The Meat Market Cafe" and can safely say that Church Street past Day is like Daly City or something.

Anonymous said...

The boundaries of Noe Valley are 30th street to 21st and Dolores to Grandview. Drewes is definitely in Noe Valley.

Source, San Francisco's Noe Valley, Bill Yenne, Arcadia Publishing, also Almanac of San Francisco by Gladys Hansen, former City Librarian

Anonymous said...

@10:28, I think 10:18 is being sarcastic at the expense of 9:08's jingoism.

Lisa Paul said...

And back to Little Chihuahua. The food is fresh, fresh, fresh and very tasty. Gotta love the full salsa bar. And the plantain and bean burrito is excellent for vegetarians.