This would be very sad.
The burger joint was there for over 20 years.
Opened nearby in 1959, this old-school lounge is closing.
There are now at least five of these Vietnamese-by-way-of-Louisiana places around town.
The 'Top Chef' alum finds a new location for her Indian-inspired eats after a space in the Mission fell through.
They appear to have gone bankrupt in the former Summit space.
But city officials are unlikely to grant the ban.
It was a turnkey space, and a Danville restaurateur snapped it up for a similar, Southern-style concept.
The space has been on the market at least eighteen months.
It lasted nine months.
They've got some permitting issues to sort through, but they're 'cautiously optimistic.'
The name is TBA, and he's aiming for spring.
We've been telling you about the Mission restaurant boom all year, and two weeks ago the Chronicle tallied up all the restaurants on three blocks of Valencia Street in the last two years (that'd be 16th Street to 19th Street)...
The historic Telephone and Telegraph Building, later owned by AT&T, will have both Aziza and Whiteside Company on the ground floor.
Humphry Slocombe is going to expand their brand in other ways instead.
It's a new project from the Max's Cafe guy.
The 'Chron' asks around about the restaurant boom on three blocks of Valencia.
Details are still TBA, but, big news!