San Francisco Giants and Tishman Speyer to Welcome Quik Dog to Mission Rock

Renowned for Award-Winning Craft Cocktails and Bites, Quik Dog Joins All-Star Roster of Restaurants and Shops Coming to San Francisco’s Newest Waterfront Destination

Mission Rock Partners, a collaboration between the San Francisco Giants, Tishman Speyer and the Port of San Francisco, today announced an agreement with Bon Vivants Hospitality to bring Quik Dog, a fast casual concept offering burgers, hot dogs, salads + fries, a full bar, and sodas for both kids and adults, to Mission Rock.

The first permanent Quik Dog outpost will operate out of a 4,133-square-foot street level space at the base of The Canyon on the corner of Third Street and China Basin Park starting in late 2024.  Founded by San Francisco native Josh Harris, Bon Vivants Hospitality also owns and operates Trick Dog, one of the most acclaimed cocktail bars in the Bay Area and world at-large. Trick Dog is a two-time winner for “World’s Best Cocktail Menu” at the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards and multiple James Beard Foundation Award-nominee for Outstanding Bar Program.

Quik Dog, known for its juicy burgers, classic hot dogs, thrice-cooked fries, and delicious drinks, joins a growing lineup of locally-owned restaurants and shops coming to the new neighborhood as part of Phase One of the 28-acre mixed-use development. Mission Rock Partners previously announced that Arsicault Bakery, Blades Co. Barbershop, Ike’s Love & Sandwiches, LuxFit and Proper Food will open starting early next year. In total, this initial slate of retailers will occupy approximately 16,000 square feet at the base of Mission Rock’s first four buildings.

Josh Harris

“We are thrilled to welcome Josh Harris and his wildly successful food and beverage concept to the Mission Rock family,” said San Francisco Giants Vice President of Real Estate Development Julian Pancoast. “We’re looking forward to Quik Dog instantly becoming a go-to spot for their exceptional offerings that will enhance the variety of retailers that we’ll have in the neighborhood.”

Tishman Speyer Managing Director Maggie Kadin added, “Quik Dog’s commitment further solidifies Mission Rock as a dynamic Bay area destination and a showcase for all the best things San Francisco has to offer.  Quik Dog’s award-winning craft cocktails and menu will serve as an attractive year-round amenity for the neighborhood’s growing population of residents and workers.”

“I could not be more excited for Quik Dog’s first permanent location to be on this corner of Third Street and China Basin Park,” says Harris. “As a lifelong Giants fan, I am eager to integrate Quik Dog into the fabric of what makes going to a baseball game so special. We hope to be a place that is a part of cultivating the young Giants fans of tomorrow and becoming that place that generations of people come to crave.”

Mission Rock represents over 15 years of city planning and community input to transform a surface parking lot across from Oracle Park into an exciting new neighborhood featuring stylish rental homes, inspired parks and open spaces, community-serving retail, innovative workspaces and parking to serve ballpark patrons and the surrounding area. Tishman Speyer, the Giants and the Port of San Francisco are joined in Mission Rock Partners by Mitsui Fudosan America, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Japan’s largest real estate company, Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.

The Canyon, the first building to open at Mission Rock, welcomed its first residents in June. The 23-story tower includes 283 rental apartments, 102 of which are available at below market rates. Building F, a second residential tower that will add 254 apartments to the neighborhood, topped out in June.

In addition to the residential towers, construction has been completed on Mission Rock’s first office building, a 13-story tower that will serve as Visa’s Global and North American headquarters, and work is progressing on a second commercial building designed to accommodate life sciences research and development.

Mission Rock Partners are also constructing the China Basin Park, a five-acre public gathering place highlighted by a Great Lawn and a central plaza framing McCovey Cove, the Bay Bridge and the downtown skyline in single view. The majority of the first phase of Mission Rock’s development is expected to be completed by early 2024.

The retail leasing program continues to be spearheaded by the CBRE team led by Laura Barr, which represented Mission Rock Partners in the agreement. Bon Vivants Hospitality was represented by Alex Sagues of CBRE.

About Tishman Speyer (

Tishman Speyer is a leading owner, developer, operator and investment manager of first-class real estate in 36 key markets across the United States, Europe, Asia and Latin America. Our portfolio spans market rate and affordable residential communities, premier office properties and retail spaces, industrial facilities, and mixed-use campuses. We create state-of-the-art life science centers through our Breakthrough Properties joint venture, and foster innovation through our strategic proptech investments. With global vision, on-the-ground expertise and a personalized approach, we are unparalleled in our ability to foster innovation, quickly adapt to global and local trends and proactively anticipate our customers’ evolving needs.  By focusing on health and wellness, enlightened placemaking and customer-focused initiatives such as our tenant amenities platform, ZO, and our flexible space and co-working brand, Studio, we tend not just to our physical buildings, but to the people who inhabit them on a daily basis. Since our inception in 1978, Tishman Speyer has acquired, developed, and operated 533 properties, totaling 223 million square feet, with a combined value of over $129 billion (U.S.). Our current portfolio includes such iconic assets as Rockefeller Center in New York City, The Springs in Shanghai, TaunusTurm in Frankfurt and the Mission Rock neighborhood currently being realized in San Francisco.

About the San Francisco Giants (

One of the oldest teams in Major League Baseball, the 139-year old franchise moved to San Francisco from New York in 1958. After playing a total of 42 years in Seals Stadium and Candlestick Park, the team moved to the privately constructed, downtown ballpark on the corner of 3rd and King in 2000. The organization is widely recognized for its innovative business practices and baseball excellence having been named in the past decade the Sports Organization of the Year by Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal, Organization of the Year by Baseball America and ESPN’s Sports Humanitarian Team of the Year. Oracle Park is also the only ballpark in the country to have earned Silver, Gold and Platinum LEED certification for an existing building. Since opening its gates, Oracle Park has become internationally-renowned as a premier venue in the world of both sports and entertainment. On the diamond, more than 64 million spectators have witnessed countless magical moments, including three World Series Championships (2010, 2012 & 2014), the raising of four National League Pennants and eight playoff appearances. The ballpark has also hosted some of music’s biggest acts, including Lady Gaga, Beyoncé & Jay Z, Ed Sheeran, the Rolling Stones, the Eagles, Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band, Green Day and Billy Joel.

About the Port of San Francisco

The Port of San Francisco manages 7.5 miles of waterfront as the gateway to San Francisco, and advances environmentally and financially sustainable maritime, recreational, and economic opportunities to serve the City, Bay Area and California.

About Bon Vivants Hospitality (

Encompassing Trick Dog and Quik Dog, Bon Vivants Hospitality (BVH) is dedicated to opening bars and restaurants, defined by thoughtful sophistication and a true sense of authenticity. BVH combines creative cocktail programs, solid operational expertise, and unique food offerings with compelling design and ambiance. In 2021, BVH started the BV Run Club dedicated to physical, mental, and social fitness, building community through twice weekly runs. In 2019, founder Josh Harris started The Bon Vivants Scholarship, within the San Francisco-based nonprofit Scholar Match, founded by acclaimed author Dave Eggers, whose mission is to make college possible for underserved youth, from application all the way to college graduation. With a commitment of $150,000 over five years, The Bon Vivants Scholarship is open to all Scholar Match students who have a parent employed in the hospitality/restaurant profession;  To-date, Bon Vivants Hospitality and The Bon Vivants have raised and donated over $850,000 to organizations that the group believes in, including The Bon Vivants Scholarship and arts and youth development nonprofits in San Francisco and across the country.