Photo: David Marks

Photo: David Marks

Wes Burger ’N’ More just got some more more. The not-quite-nine-month-old burger joint on Mission Street near Commonwealth and Mission Chinese Food had a quirky space in the front corner that resisted true incorporation in the restaurant proper, but proprietor Wes Rowe and designer David Marks eventually figured it out.

With a standing-room-only capacity of 15 people, it’s now become The Den, a punch room decorated with faux-jungle schlock like an owl and a parrot bedecked with Mardi Gras beads, plus Texas totems like a mirror in the shape of the Lone Star State. Open Friday and Saturday nights from 6 p.m. to midnight, it fronts directly onto Mission and serves a rotating selection of low-ABV drinks, beginning with two from Claire Sprouse of Tin Roof Drink Community, The Bywater, and Tosca. There’s Bad Apple (Lo-Fi dry vermouth, apple cider, and Topo Chico sparkling water) and Ginger Spice (Lo-Fi gentian amaro, pineapple, ginger beer, and allspice, but no Geri Halliwell). Want canned beer and sake? You got it.

Read all about it at the SF Weekly...