• The Planning Commission voted unanimously to allow an unlimited number of restaurants in the Noe Valley business district pending case-by-case conditional use permits. [Noe Valley SF] • The Times visits Oakland's massive, $22 million Lake Chalet and gives it...
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Who doesn't like to get down from 4 to 6 p.m.?
Small Butcher shop reports a 20-percent drop in business since Whole Foods opened.
After he had two restaurants open and close in the same location in less than a year, Stefano Coppola appears to be getting rid of 4123 24th St.
• Great American Music Hall defeats the California Alcoholic Beverage Control challenge to their liquor license. [SF Examiner] • Noe Valley Supe Bevan Dufty scolds Whole Foods CEO John Mackey in an open letter. [Bottom Line/SF Gate] • Doughnuts and...
Whole Foods opens today, to health care activists' chagrin.
No sappy signage here; Mi Lindo is going down with a stiff upper lip.
Restaurant due to open this week gets its liquor license held by a last-minute NIMBY complaint.
Last permitting obstacle finally removed in drawn-out opening process.
Noe Valley's pending projects are nearing completion.
Senior shuttle gets end date, which will likely correspond to store opening date.
Russian Hill: That whole life-sized Candyland stunt went down yesterday. Not much news but tons of good photos went up on the web. [SFist, ABC] Mission All drinks are free at Four Barrel for it's anniversary celebration. There's also cake....
Cow Hollow: The pizzeria replacement for Curbside Too is due to open tonight at 2769 Lombard St. According to the Tablehopper, the pizzaiolo has some 20 years of experience, so it may just be good. [Eater, Tablehopper] Embarcadero: Il Cane...
The worst part is that it's not even citrus season: A Noe Valley resident reported that her potted lemon trees had been stolen from outside her house on August 14. Noe Valley Blog suggested it may be an attempt to...
Frozen yogurt shop had longest "soft opening" in history.
An empty sushi restaurant will likely house a new Japanese food venture in the neighborhood