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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Traci Des Jardins' Ballpark Eateries Public House and Mijita in Stealth-Open Mode

Posted By on Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 1:34 PM

click to enlarge Mijita started serving food this morning. Public House launches its kitchen at 4. - J. BIRDSALL
  • J. Birdsall
  • Mijita started serving food this morning. Public House launches its kitchen at 4.
Well, well, well. Just hours after last night's launch party for media and industry wrapped, the dual Traci Des Jardins ballpark eateries Public House and Mijita are officially in soft-open mode ― like, as of right now (well, Mijita opened this morning; Public House opens at 4 p.m.). Last night, proprietor Traci Des Jardins was seen futzing around Mijita's tequila bar. Those who showed for the party included Elizabeth Falkner, Brock Keeling of SFist, food blogger Amy Sherman, SFAppeal's Eve Batey, and Anthony Lucas of Anthony's Cookies. After the jump: party pics by Mary Ladd, who contributed to this report.

Now open:

Mijita and the bar at Public House, 24 Willie Mays Plaza at AT&T Park (at King and Fourth St.)

The kitchen at Public House opens at 4 p.m. today.

click to enlarge At last night's launch party, a frowning Des Jardins (right) at Mijita's bar. - M. LADD
  • M. Ladd
  • At last night's launch party, a frowning Des Jardins (right) at Mijita's bar.

click to enlarge Last night's noshes included sliders from Public House. - M. LADD
  • M. Ladd
  • Last night's noshes included sliders from Public House.

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