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Inside The Commisary, Traci Des Jardins' SF Restaurant

Photo: Patricia Chang / Eater SF
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California chef Traci Des Jardins (Jardinière) is about ready to throw open the doors to her latest restaurant project, The Commissary, located in San Francisco's Presidio. Eater SF takes a look inside the restaurant and finds a 112 seat restaurant set in a repurposed military barracks. The menu is "California cuisine with a Spanish influence" with a wine list of "classic Spanish wines and Spanish varietals grown in California" plus cocktails. The space is also home to a market, which will offer "offer bottles of wine to go, as well as housemade jam, bread, local cheeses, and other picnic components." The Commissary will open to the public for dinner on May 24 and will expand to its regular hours (which includes breakfast and lunch too) on June 2.

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The Commissary

101 Montgomery Street, Presidio of San Francisco, CA