My company had two birthdays to celebrate one week, so we went to Slow Club near our office. It's a smaller restaurant that appears to be built inside an old garage, with industrial accents and a dark decor. I think because of these reasons (and that it's off the main streets of the Mission), Slow Club is a diamond in the rough. We were able to get reservations on the day of for six people, and the plates were well priced and exquisitely put together. An easy and wonderful dining experience!
Fish Special - Halibut in a fancy tartar sauce. The sauce was so good that all of my coworkers wanted to put it on their steak and pork dishes. Tons of herbs and an awesomely overly creamy base, balancing out the lightness of the fish, peas, baby potatoes and microgreens. They should move this from a special to a staple!
Charcuterie Plate - Hard to go wrong with this appetizer.
Grilled Flatbread - Garlic, cheese, tomatoes, basil and onions. All the best parts of pizza without the sauce.
Blistered Padron Peppers - Our waitress recommended these as an appetizer, but I thought they were an unnecessary addition. Not enough spice or complexity.