New Asian Restaurant Set To Open In Former Old Devil Moon Location
San Francisco locals are set to be pleasantly surprised with the opening of The Rabbit Hole, an exciting new Asian restaurant and bar. Nestled at the intersection of Mission Street and Cortland Avenue, this delightful establishment is set to open its doors by year’s end, taking over the space formerly occupied by the Old Devil Moon. Located at 3472 Mission St., straddling the vibrant neighborhoods of the Mission and Bernal Heights, The Rabbit Hole is poised to offer a refreshing departure from the traditional dim sum that has long defined the city’s Chinese food scene.
The Rabbit Hole’s menu is very original, featuring unique offerings such as youtiao, a delectable long, golden-brown, deep-fried strip of wheat flour dough. Paired with warm soy milk, and complemented by flavorful daikon and ginger and long-bean pickles, the menu invites diners to explore a whimsical and playful array of dishes.
The name of the restaurant is inspired by the enchanting tales of Alice in Wonderland.
But the allure of The Rabbit Hole extends beyond its food. The bar is a destination in itself, boasting an impressive selection of spirits and beverages. Highlights include Kavalan whiskey, Japanese Roku gin, and Haku vodka. The bar also serves a variety of Asian beers and thoughtfully curated non-alcoholic options, ensuring a welcoming experience for all guests.
Undergoing extensive renovations since October, the venue has been transformed into a warm, welcoming space. Its dark-gray color scheme and wooden interiors, accentuated with soft lighting, create an intimate ambiance. This marks a striking contrast to the former mystical-themed Old Devil Moon, which closed its doors on November 20 last year after a successful six-year run.