New commercial tenant V-Sixteen serves Japanese cuisine
V-Sixteen — the latest, newest restaurant to open in a Mission Housing commercial space — plants a Japanese flair at 16th Street and Valencia
The V-Sixteen grand opening celebration has kicked off! Dinner and happy hour is being served up seven days a week. The establishment offers Japanese sushi and other seafood fare, as well as beer and wine — and of course, sake!
“We are very proud such a quality establishment has chosen a Mission Housing space,” said Julie Sontag, Asset Manager for Mission Housing. “And, since 100% of our commercial rents help support the resident and community services each building provides, we are excited to have V-Sixteen set-up shop on the ground floor of Maria Alicia Apartments.”
Owner Eric Deng has put many elaborate finishing touches on the space. Highlighting the sleek, minimal décor are two elaborate, hand-painted murals that command attention from the moment you step into the dining room. The highly detailed wood furnishings and subdued lighting bring a coziness that mutes the wide-open views of hustling, bustling 16th and Valencia traffic. The unique sushi counter arrangement gives full views of the chef, and will impress sushi connoisseurs and fanatics.
Deng also owns Kama Sushi restaurants (with two locations, one in SoMa and one in Noe Valley) and DASH Japanese Tapas & Sushi in San Mateo. He hopes the personal touch he has put into V-Sixteen will lead to a brisk dinner and eventually lunch business.
Check out the slide show, and get a preview of your visit to V-Sixteen.