A Day (Or Two) Late

Looks like those two slowly developing, Pat Kuleto-owned restaurant sites on the Embarcadero will remain unfinished for a couple more months.

Covers writer and Business Times reporter Ryan Tate broke the news Friday that the two waterfront restaurants will be delayed two months and go $2 million over budget. Ouch. From the Business Times:

The restaurants, which sit side by side on the Embarcadero near Folsom Street, are believed to be the first new-build, standalone restaurants erected in the city in decades. The outer shells are complete, as are many of the interior structures, including walls, kitchens, bars and windows. Still missing are a staircase, tables and booths and interior finishes like flooring.Originally slated for a November opening and construction cost of around $18 million, the restaurants are now expected to open by the end of January at a construction cost somewhere above $20 million, said Pete Sittnick, general manager for both restaurants. Sittnick said the overall complexity of the project had contributed to a wide variety of delays

Looks like those two slowly developing, Pat Kuleto-owned restaurant sites on the Embarcadero will remain unfinished for a couple more months.

Covers writer and Business Times reporter Ryan Tate broke the news Friday that the two waterfront restaurants will be delayed two months and go $2 million over budget. Ouch. From the Business Times:

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A Day (Or Two) Late