Hopefully this a sign of Birra's imminent opening.
Check out a slideshow of the just-installed new wall decor, in honor of this month's 40th anniversary.
The official opening date is July 27, 2011.
The famously stinky porta-potties at Mission beer garden Zeitgeist have been replaced, ladies and gentlemen, by actual constructed restrooms made of wood, concrete, and corrugated metal. As Uptown Almanac reports, there is now more seating where the porta-potties once stood....
After over a year in business, one of the city's hottest roasters opens a huge temple of coffee in SoMa.
A ceiling involves 25,000 wooden sticks in homage to Japan's Izumo-Taishi shrine.
Bottle Cap, in the former WashBag space, opened over the weekend.
After the restaurant covers its pretty new take-out spot in street art, a street crime goes down.
The new downtown brasserie's got a large outdoor dining terrace.
The Neapolitan pizza place from the Lark Creek folks is now open for lunch only at the Westfield Centre.
The Absinthe offshoot looks very little like it used to, when it was Citizen Cake.
Also, they're going to be very green.
Andrew Meieran is teaching the time-honored landmark how to cook with real food and natural product again.
Adam Newton's cloning his first L.A. restaurant, while keeping his bar out of the public's reach.
Unfortunately, it's sort of close to what Sazon Latin Fusion's logo looks like.
A big improvement over that giant dog that was hanging over the door.
The long under-the-radar cafe feels forved to put up signage of its own. Is this a symbol of changes to come?
See our slideshow of the new Basque restaurant in the former Enrico's in North Beach.
The design of the store finds a city scene on the wall and ice cream served from the shell of a truck.