I was in the area to visit my brand new niece and her mother so I stopped into the Mission Bar and Grille. First of all, it was dark in there. I don’t mean warm and cozy or romantically dim. I mean dark. When I walked in there was no one greeting people at the door, or really any employees in sight. So I just took a seat at the bar. It was the Saturday of the 4th of July weekend. They had a limited menu that day because I think they originally had not planned to be open. I ended up getting the fish and chips. They had run out of coleslaw. I assume it was because it was the holiday weekend and they had not expected to be open. At least I hope that was why. I was asked if I would like a side salad instead. Which was fine. Coleslaw is not why I get fish and chips. The batter on the fish was light and nice and crispy. The fish was nice and flaky and delicious. The fries were good too, except, as with most fish and chips some were soggy because they had been sitting under the fish. They have a good selection of beers. I didn’t try the cocktails but some of the ones on the menu looked good. I wouldn’t say the service was bad. I would say it was relaxed. The bartender was polite enough, but I waited a while for my food, and all of the staff seemed a bit distracted by the soccer game. They all must be big fans so you might want to go when there are no games on. The food was good and there was nothing that went so wrong that I would write off the place completely. I think I might have picked the wrong day to see the place at its best. I’m not sure I would ever make the trip just to go to the Mission but if I’m in the area I would give it another try.