Also, they'll need to stay at least 50 feet from brick-and-mortars.
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The bar is considered iconic because it was the first gay establishment in town to have big windows onto the street.
Exclusive: Eagle Tavern May Become Upscale Restaurant and Bar From Foreign Cinema Investor [Updated]
Expect some protest at the Board of Supervisor's meeting next week surrounding the proposed replacement for the beloved SoMa gay bar.
Owner Yaron Milgrom is in the news again.
Not surprisingly, Nevius is no fan of preservation.
Christine Olague proposes a district-wide moratorium on conversions in Union Square.
The Board of Supervisors will mull a revision to the ordinance, in opposition to a new state bill that imposes a three-block buffer statewide.
Just as that McDonald's operator hatched a plan to comply with San Francisco's new Happy Meal toy ordinance while still selling Happy Meals with toys in them (they're just charging an extra ten cents for the toy), Burger King announced...
Local McDonald's will just charge an extra ten cents for the Happy Meal toys, thereby making them not free.
The change in the law means restaurants must now keep $8,500 per full-time employee in reserve at all times.
Mayor Ed Lee has also vowed to veto the legislation, which would force restaurants to use their 'Healthy S.F.' funds for healthcare alone.
The 1980s-era bans on new converting retail spaces to restaurants feels like an anachronism.
Chris Daly takes over Buck Tavern, but won't be remodeling or changing the name just yet.
• The Board of Supervisors yesterday had their Fourth Annual Holiday Treat Throwdown, which included a winning (and Bauer says foul-tasting) pudding-cake concoction by David Chiu symbolizing the "mud wrestling" of the Board, and a yule log made by one...
"And the toys you claim are so tempting? Usually they end up in the recycling bin after sitting in my car for two weeks. Really, they suck."
Bevan Dufty was the swing vote giving the Happy Meal toy ban a veto-proof majority, and on election day he sided with the liberals on the Board of Supervisors who don't want kids getting fat just for a plastic figurine....
As the Snitch reports today, Bevan Dufty will be the deciding eighth vote in tomorrow's Board of Supervisors' meeting to make the Happy Meal toy ban immune from Gavin's veto. Multiple news orgs, food franchise people, and activists have appealed...
Despite a gallant effort to overturn Gavin's veto of the proposed "drunk tax," Supervisor John Avalos failed to come up with the necessary eight votes to do so at yesterday's Board meeting. His earlier threats about getting it on the...
"This was just a way of saying thank you... My problem is that right now, I would have to figure out how not to nominate Alioto's. I might get killed if I don't." Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier, in re: the...
• Fledgling Wine, a wine created by Twitter employees, is now being sold for charity. [NYP] • The Board of Supervisors discusses the Happy Meal toy ban; Gavin says this is a "dangerous path" to go down, legally, and vows...