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Monday, February 1, 2010

Mission Street Food Seeking to Launch Full-Time Restaurant

Posted By on Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 10:30 AM

Mission Street Food proprietor Anthony Myint - JESSE FRIEDMAN/BEER & NOSH
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  • Mission Street Food proprietor Anthony Myint
Though it only operated two nights a week (and sometimes not even that), Mission Street Food donated over $22,000 to charities that feed the hungry in 2009. This year, MSF founder Anthony Myint hopes to secure a full-time restaurant space, where he projects he can raise $40,000-$90,000 for charity annually. He's currently seeking investors who want to offer as little as $500 towards a fundraising goal of $50,000.

The Quotidian's compelling short documentary on MSF provides a great intro to Myint and his cause for the uninitiated. More details on the business proposal and call for investors are on the MSF blog.

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