San Francisco's the Missing Link Announces They Have Added a Catering Service
San Francisco, CA (RestaurantNews.com) On Jan. 20, San Francisco’s The Missing Link officially launched its new catering service, with partner Zero Catering performing this additional aspect of the company. The Missing Link added this service to better serve the needs of its clientele by making its delicious and unique menu available to anyone, anytime and anywhere. Customers of The Missing Link will now have the luxury of having meals delivered to the office or an event.
The Missing Link’s unique food offerings elevate the meaning of organic to a whole new level. By specializing in wild game gourmet meats, The Missing Link ensures that its products are hormone free, completely organic and healthier for its customers. In addition to the already extensive list of elk, bison, antelope and other meats available for catering, The Missing Link has added a new item – Buffalo chili beans.
After originating in Texas, this new San Francisco restaurant gives locals and visitors the opportunity to try something they may never have had the chance to! The Missing Link provides all the enjoyment of big-game food to the urban San Francisco area.
Roseanna M. of Oakland said: “These sausages are inventive and different and yummy. And huge. Certainly worth the $8 or $9 you pay for the dog, cool chips and a drink. Added bonus? The guys are super nice and, well, quite handsome. I intend to return to try all the different meats they have! Thanks for bringing something different to our little Jackson Square area.”
For more information about the new catering service or any of The Missing Link’s products, call 415-994-9585, view it on the web at http://www.missinglinksf.com or visit 768 Sansome St.
About The Missing Link
The Missing Link is a wild game gourmet sausage stand that serves organic and hormone-free meat. The company originated in Texas before bringing its unusual fare to the San Francisco Bay Area.