SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — World-renowned chef Michael Mina has teamed with the NFL and NFL Foundation to create “On The Fifty – A Charitable Dining Experience” at his celebrated spot RN74. Fans can have a taste of Super Bowl hospitality and participate in an interactive charitable dining experience benefitting the NFL Foundation in the days leading up to The Big Game.

On The Fifty is located 301 Mission Street a short distance from Super Bowl City and will be open Monday, February 1 through Sunday, February 7 for lunch and dinner service.

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Inspired by the Rocky Mountains and the Denver Broncos, Mina has put Bison Tartare toast on his special Super Bowl week menu.

“Getting to be part of this is really special,” said Mina. “I mean, it’s something that I think you know. The fact that it’s Super Bowl 50 and it’s here in the Bay Area, that to me is just so magical and it fits so well.”

It’s culinary opponent?

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“We’ve used the whole theme of Carolina barbecue sauce, which is the mustard, vinegar, little bit of brown sugar,” said Mina

He also is creating Carolina-smoked bone marrow.

The restaurant features Super Bowl-themed décor as well as autographed memorabilia available for purchase onsite, current and former NFL player appearances and more.

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“I think it’s important that people understand that yes, it is a charitable dining experience and it’s great to partner with the NFL on this, because I think the NFL has given back a lot in San Francisco,” said Mina.