Adam Mesnick opened The Board on Feb. 1, a spinoff of his Deli Board sandwich joint. (Photo/file)
Adam Mesnick opened The Board on Feb. 1, a spinoff of his Deli Board sandwich joint. (Photo/file)

Deli Board spinoff features eclectic sandwiches; Hagafen takes home Chron wine awards

Mazel tov to local winemaker Ernie Weir, whose Hagafen Cellars took three medals in the recent San Francisco Chronicle wine competition. Its 2017 sauvignon blanc and 2017 Wieruszowski Vineyard white riesling both took double gold medals, and its 2014 cabernet franc took a gold.


Adam Mesnick opened The Board on Feb. 1, a spinoff of his popular Deli Board. Mesnick, who hails from Cleveland, has become known for his massive sandwiches with influences from everywhere. The Board will feature such items as a falafel with hummus, muenster cheese, pico de gallo, sprouts, red and green peppers, and house-made sauce on a Frena pita, a Philly cheesesteak and other meaty, cheesy creations. He’ll also be importing bagels from New York — big news in these parts — but when pressed for details, he wouldn’t divulge specifically from where, only saying the deal he struck with the supplier requires confidentiality. The Board is at 1077 Mission St. in San Francisco, has seating and is open weekdays for breakfast and lunch.

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Alix Wall

Alix Wall is a contributing editor to J. She is also the founder of the Illuminoshi: The Not-So-Secret Society of Bay Area Jewish Food Professionals and is writer/producer of a documentary-in-progress called "The Lonely Child."