LGBT activists successfully lobbied the Board of Supervisors not to approve the liquor license for a group of new (straight) owners.
The family objected to the name being used because it only reminds people of the 1974 murder that happened there.
The deals run through August 10, when the games end.
Also, he's making conch sliders.
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Expect some protest at the Board of Supervisor's meeting next week surrounding the proposed replacement for the beloved SoMa gay bar.
It's a permanent pop-up from a group of longtime San Franciscan
'Hey Mr. Mixologist. Did you have to go to college for this?'
That's quite a niche!
It looks to be changing its name after all, under the new owners.
This is the sixth venture for the team.
No Alembic? No 500 Club? Bah.
There are some very notable snubs on here.
It's 165 Jefferson near the Rainforest Cafe.
Their last day is July 15.
The site of a gruesome murder in 1974 is finally getting restored and revived.
The space that once housed Cortez will be split into a bar and a new, hotel-serving restaurant called The Green Room.
Also, they've got a tequila-and-bourbon drink that's a tribute to the Mexican border.
Chelsea has a few laughs about this one.