They have at least until March 15, unless their lawyers can convince a judge that the government used bad science to decide to close them down.
SodaStream is owned by an Israeli company and works out of a facility in the West Bank...
But city officials are unlikely to grant the ban.
He's worried about fatter, lazier, more aggressive birds, for one.
Also, their federal lease on their coastal waters expires November 30.
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)...
Also, a bunch of people camped out to get their year's supply of free chicken sandwiches, because they don't care about equality.
The company has launched a new crackdown on Craigslist solicitations of Yelp Elite members.
'One part of me says, 'kudos to you.' At least they didn't back down about the fact that they're ignorant... '
Kokkari, apparently, isn't.
It's now set for October 25, protest and all.
Nearby wine stores are freaking out.
Apparently a new lease has been signed.
It will, in all likelihood, remain Tosca, however.
They just purchased a former Carl's Jr., making this their fourth or fifth new Bay Area location. Protest seems inevitable.
The new partners aren't happy about paying rent while the city delays their liquor license.
This will, no doubt, be a crisis of epic proportions for the neighborhood.
LGBT activists successfully lobbied the Board of Supervisors not to approve the liquor license for a group of new (straight) owners.
Mayor Ed Lee tweeted on Thursday: "Closest #ChickFilA to San Francisco is 40 miles away & I strongly recommend that they not try to come any closer."