They may end up having their permit revoked completely this time.
Meat prices for the state's consumers could skyrocket by 15% in the months to come.
Oh, and millions of dollars in relocation fees.
The exact location will be announced shortly.
They're hoping for a 'financial angel,' says Chuck Nevius.
Will the classic dive bar's rabid devotees get the last say over City Hall?
The bar empire of Greg Bronstein doesn't look long for this world.
The working title is Lightning.
The owners have a last-ditch hearing with the health department this week.
Huanglongbing was already responsible for a $3.6 billion loss in Florida.
The Berkeley location is safe, as is Gracias Madre.
The building will be demolished if plans are approved by the city.
They're still facing eviction, but the Board of Supervisors has yet to officially step in, which they probably will.
Campbell now owes about $57,000.
Not surprisingly, Nevius is no fan of preservation.
Christine Olague proposes a district-wide moratorium on conversions in Union Square.
The bar had a "no last call" party on Saturday, and so far the owners have not padlocked the place, even though the eviction date has passed.
That only leaves us with Presidio Bowl, and the likely douchier Lucky Strike Lanes, opening this week.
Trigger is suppose to reopen tonight, but Lime may be closed for a while.