The deli and prepared foods shop recently underwent changes, and more are in the works.
The whole Sushi Groove enterprise appears to be changing hands.
A peculiar twist of New York irony.
The patio has been taunting patrons at the Lower Haight Katz Bagels for years.
It's unclear if it will be closing at all.
The space that once housed Cortez will be split into a bar and a new, hotel-serving restaurant called The Green Room.
It'll have a full food menu of rustic, organic fare, and a patio.
27-year-old Devin Gonzalez has taken the helm, and they're now doing Sunday brunch.
This is happening about a year after longtime owner Henry Africa passed away.
Also, there's some activity at the Soup Freaks space.
In one recent incident, 100 patrons spilled out of the club during a fight.
'It's the restaurant I've always wanted to have,' says chef Christopher Kostow.
The former 441 Club, briefly Mr. Lew's Win-Win Club, will be getting a new name and new look from the Bourbon & Branch team.
It may or may not get a new name in the near future.
Chef Ryan Shelton just moved there from Baume in Palo Alto.
The place opens at 68 West Portal Avenue next week, with another location to follow in the Potrero.
The menu will get a little more upscale, and the relaunch happens in April.
Regular dining room reservations, on weekends, are now $511 including beverages, tax, and tip.