It opened in 1949 on Nevin Avenue in Richmond.
Kyo-Ya was considered the city's top sushi spot in the '90s.
This means the restaurant likely won't reopen.
Also, LihoLiho Yacht Club returns this month at State Bird Provisions.
They won't yet announce their new address.
The old-school Italian restaurant opened in 1956.
The clubby Mission restaurant already has generated some interest from new takers.
The new restaurant does not yet have a name or opening date.
They may end up having their permit revoked completely this time.
The Girl and the Fig's Sondra Bernstein and John Toulze announced they'll be closing sister restaurant, Estate, this fall.
Well loved Noe Valley diner and breakfast spot Joe's 24th Street Café (3853 24th Street) is going the way of all things pretty soon. We note today that a new venture called Crafthouse, from owner John Dampeer will takes its...
Also, a chef shuffle and regime change at Palio d'Asti.
The exact closing date hasn't yet been announced.
The Vacaville Farm can't keep going at this rate, financially.
Another dim sum place has bit the dust, and that's Old Shanghai (5145 Geary Boulevard). It was the kind of place where no one spoke any English but they made a mean xiao long bao. Tablehopper brings the news of...
The 60-year-old owner was convicted of tax fraud earlier this year.
Their last day will be October 31.