Good-bye, Swedish meatballs.
The new Chinese restaurant replaces Asia @ Cafe.
The Upper East Side steak-frites joint closes after nearly 50 years of operation.
The new coffee shop at 26th and Pine Sts. will start serving food next week.
One chain Italian restaurant replaces another throughout the state.
Brooks of Sheffield shutters his chronicle of a changing New York.
After the vehicle stopped working, so did Chris Rattican's desire to drive his barbecue around L.A.
Will a stationery store have better luck on Smith and Pacific Streets?
The dual concept was confusing to many, and now Eater brings word that Art/s Tapas + Sushi Lounge (2353 Lombard Street) closed yesterday. The main investor reportedly pulled the plug on the seven-month-old restaurant, which makes this the fastest open-and-shut...
At least we still have Jimmy's Corner. For now.
The latest doings on the East Village nightlife circuit.
After four years, one of the city's best outdoor venues is gone.
Bittersweet: The Chocolate Café, where many a Pac Heights denizen has enjoyed a hot chocolate during the bitter winter months, is no more. The landlords are allegedly to blame, but an employee at Bittersweet's Rockridge location tells SFist that they're...
Both lasted longer than some of their departed neighbors, but are gone nonetheless.
Handmade tortillas and fresh meats will likely improve the address.