Big news coming out of the LES, where San Francisco's Mission Chinese is opening up an outpost next Tuesday, according to the New York Times. The West Coast original made waves with its take on Sichuan cuisine, which is popular with the hipster set in SF. The "mission" in the eatery's moniker doesn't just refer to the neighborhood in which the eatery is located, it references the spot's charitable nature. Like it's West Coast counterpart, the Big Apple locale will raise money for charities - with $.75 from each entree and cocktail going to organizations like the Food Bank for New York City. Fair warning - the joint won't take reservations, so prepare to wait. And if the recent opening of fellow West Coast transplant Pok Pok is any indication, prepare to wait a while.