And there will likely be tacos.
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Opening date is still TBA.
It's going to be called Morado Collective.
The concept and timing are still a bit up in the air.
Will the folks at Beretta be taking over the Medjool spot?
The downstairs restaurant will be closed indefinitely for "renovations."
The rooftop bar has been operating illegally since 2005.
Gus Murad still owns the New Mission Theater next door, but Medjool is up for grabs for $7.25 million.
The New Mission Theater remains in play, perhaps by Murad himself.
Responding to reports yesterday that he was planning to sell both Medjool and the building that houses it, owner Gus Murad backtracks a bit today and a spokesman tells the Chron there's no "immediate plan" to sell the restaurant itself,...
Murad is out, but Brooklyn Bowl may be in, soon, at the historic theater next door.
The aforementioned plan by the LGBT Center at Octavia and Market to possibly put a new Medjool (or similar) on its fourth floor won approval from the Planning Commission yesterday. The Center hopes revenue from a restaurant can offset some...
The Center goes before Planning next week to request the rezoning required to have a restaurant or other use on their top floor.
Houston's gets rebranded; the Comstock Saloon still over a month off; Anthony's Cookies reopens; and more.
• 7x7 refers to Medjool as a "d-bag playrgound." Uptown Almanac laughs, says, "that's rich." [7x7, Uptown Almanac] • Statistics show that the 2009 vintage was bumper crop for wine grapes, or was it? [The Cellarist] • Ten chocolate bars...
Medjool owner Gus Murad has been given until February to get his rooftop deck sanctioned by the city.
Some of our favorite heated patios, for when the temperature drops.
Gus Murad resigns from the Small Business Commission as his restaurant continues to get heat from the city over an illegal roof deck.
• Medjool and Zazie supported City Attorney Dennis Herrera in filing a brief with the United States Supreme Court arguing that it shouldn't hear the Golden Gate Restaurant Association's challenge to San Francisco's health care initiative. [SF Chronicle] • Campbell's...