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.
Rumors and internet clues suggest the nightlife hotspot is permanently closed.
Details are few, but an opening is expected this fall.
Plus, Fedora has officially called it quits.
Plus Nook Bakery and Coffee Bar opens, and the Barbary begins serving food, all in our roundup of neighborhood news.
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...