Came here to enjoy a walk through the Mission and have a nice brunch with my wife. The building is fantastic. You literally walk into a rundown, old movie theater which opens up into a bright concrete-esque seating area with trendy looking people all over the place.
The food is fantastic, with all sorts of little flavors exploding everywhere. Very well done, although a little bit expensive. I had the chef's recommendation for the drink, which was called (I think) a "Love in the Afternoon." Different, but not that exciting. Originally I was hoping to get a Boont's Amber Ale, which was listed on the menu but it apparently was out of stock.
Overall though, great atmosphere and great food. Go and have a memorable (albeit pricey) meal and take a walk around the neighborhood while you're at it too, to get the full Mission experience.