Two local favorites go down for the count.
The restaurant served its last meals yesterday.
Perhaps Perrier will follow former neighbor Susanna Foo and open a farmers market stand.
Also, a takeover robbery in Oakland...
Jelly's, the Latin dance cafe, is closing following a shooting.
Sandy Stillman confirms Relish has closed via a lengthy good-bye letter.
After three decades, a Village institution is in danger.
The actress is rumored to be paying for "special food," while Councilman Jose Huizar addresses the city's economic disparities.
Bob's Broiler diner (not to be confused with Bob's Donuts) closed a few weeks back at 1601 Polk, and SFoodie just snapped a pic of it papered over. Eater previously reported that the third location of Toast would be arriving...
The chef promises to reopen it at another location. Meanwhile, what's up with its current space?
As noted earlier, 81-year-old Neldam's Danish Bakery in Oakland fell on hard times and was facing eviction. In the absence of any Merritt-Bakery-sized help from the city, they finally closed their doors on Saturday, as the Scoop reports. They may...
Agyness Deyn is mourning the loss of her favorite diner.
With the chef gone, HeadHouse's owner decided to close up shop for the rest of summer.
After management changes the restaurant changed its focus to a more club-like vibe.
Legendary Richard Burton favorite Ye Coach and Horses is closing due to a rent increase.
Original Joe's is eyeing the Joe & Eddie's space, Noe Valley gets some Blue Bottle, and a New Orleans jazz venue may expand to the Mission.