Mina says he hopes the space at Levi’s Stadium will emulate a tailgate party.
Michael Mina operates 20 restaurants in eight markets around the country, from Miami to Seattle. He first gained acclaim for Aqua, a restaurant he was asked to design in 1991, at the age of 22. Since then he has won countless awards and wide acclaim as a fine dining chef. But like many chefs in that segment, Mina has turned his attention to more casual venues, including a two Japanese izakaya and sushi restaurants, a ramen bar, his seventh steak house, and an event space at the San ...
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