Another Richmond dim sum place has bitten the dust, and this time it's 20-year-old Mayflower Seafood (6255 Geary at 27th). As Richmond Blog reports, the restaurant closed this week and another appears to be on its way to the space....
It was kind of abrupt.
Also, Wayfare Tavern is looking for a new chef de cuisine.
'Maybe there will be some sadness as we get closer, but really I'm not that much of an emotional guy. If there's a dog involved, or sick puppies, I might get a little emotional, but with this, you know, it's like a small thing. You move on.'
They reopened just as mysteriously as they closed.
They couldn't handle the volume, on top of three kids...
That means that the Shattuck Down Low is closing.
Also, Cafe for All Seasons is getting evicted.
Also, Chevy's closes at Stonestown.
And there's no news on where chef Jonathan Merritt is headed next.
That leaves only the Pac Heights branch on Fillmore.
The tiny sushi spot has long been a neighborhood favorite.
A year after scaling back hours drastically, the owners still say they spread themselves too thin.
Wolfgang Puck will open two new restaurants in place of Mina's SaltWater and Bourbon Steak at the MGM Grand Detroit.
The Fisherman's Wharf institution bows out.
The chef of three years at Mustards is leaving, and being replaced by Michael Foster.
It's made it 60 years, but that's all she wrote.
Rumors are swirling that the long dead space might finally have a tenant, but the lease isn't signed.
Also, Yummy Yummy just opened in the Richmond.