Steve Dolinsky notes premature closings.
Bernal Heights: A restaurant was robbed on the 3200 block of Mission last night (was it Blue Plate? Mi Lindo Peru? No one will tell us.), and the armed suspect left a couple of employees tied up in a walk-in...
The sushi spot ath once housed Genji closed, and the onetime Boston offshoot at the Pier at Caesars closed too.
Plus the Pour House closes, and the Barbary launches Taco Tuesdays, all in our roundup of neighborhood news.
Su Casa is gone, but the old Uncle Ming's space will find new life.
Mission: Steve Jobs has been all over the Mission lately, made to wait like the rest of us outside Flour + Water, and then spotted outside St. Francis Fountain over the weekend. [Uptown Almanac] Also, Hapa SF has set a...
The nightclub's owners claim that gentrification, and not the July murder on their premises, is to blame for their eviction.
Mission: Catering to the inner child in every hipster, the new Crepe House (1132 Valencia) in the Mission is now laying out color-your-own animal placemats, crayons, and mad libs. [Uptown Almanac] Polk Gulch: SNOB Wine Bar (1327 Polk, and the...
• Even Steve Jobs cannot get enough of Flour + Water's pizza, and he had to wait for a table like everyone else. [Tablehopper, SFoodie] • Reminder: Taste of the Nation Napa Valley happens tomorrow, and we still haven't given...
Also, Brothers Seafood Restaurant is now open in the Sunset.
Giuliano’s owner cites the restaurant-killing trifecta of “cold winter, hot summer, bad economy.”
The business was owned by the son of a Borat actor.
The legendary soul food spot closed less than two months after Edna Stewart died.
Maze is officially done after less than a year and a half open, while The Playboy publisher enjoys fresh produce.
The no-frills French bistro succumbs to slow times.
The Fishtown greasy spoon that's home to the city's cheapest breakfast and oldest rock critics is reportedly closing.
Also, Pal's Takeaway starts Saturday service and Viva Goa opens in the Marina.