Under a new owner, named John (not Jon), the truck's rolling again in the East Bay.
The mid-century drive-thru gets new life, and a slightly revamped menu. But they're still doing burgers, fries, and milkshakes.
The historic, rediscovered Mission Dolores Mural, painted in 1790 and covered over for 200 years, is being recreated on a wall at the Market.
The restaurant remains open throughout the renovation, which will include a new cocktail lounge.
They started filming a pilot for a Discovery Channel series this morning, and an irate neighbor already stormed in to blame Ike for the car blocking her driveway.
Ike's is making the move to 3489 16th Street as of tomorrow or Sunday.
Rendezvous will have a food menu from Terzo chef Philip Busacco.
As was rumored, the historic Tenderloin restaurant will relocate to North Beach.
The former "Rosarita crack den" at 20th and Valencia may live again.
Chef-Owner Mourad Lahlou inked a deal to take the 500 Jackson space.
Tres has a larger bar, and an even larger tequila "book" than before.
Also, Rose Pistola has reopened.
The renovations mostly had to do with making a window behind the bar so bartenders could serve people directly outdoors.
The new owners hope to complete renovations by the time the bar turns 40, in May.
The TenderNob bar/lounge/restaurant is officially opening, for real, Feb. 11.
It turns out, he only took the lease on the sandwich shop, and named it The Sentinel, so he could keep on eye on the historic bar whose lease was running out.
It may reopen somewhere other than in the historic theater space.
Fleur de Lys at Mandalay Bay closed in September, and now it's reborn as (you guessed it!) something cheaper and less formal.