It's a new name and concept.
They need to $100,000 to do the necessary work of bringing the building up to code.
The fundraiser will be in the parking lot across the street, however, and not in the bar.
They're going to get to apply for a new health permit.
The 'Guardian' speaks with the new gay owners.
They do soft-serve only, but it's not for novelty's sake.
They'll take the show on the road to Costa Mesa this winter.
The restaurant reopens tonight with a new bar program and menu.
Last August, a fire broke out in the building housing The People's Cafe (1419 Haight Street) and the True Clothing store, shutting both places down. Upper Casing reports that the café is back open with the same owners and menu,...
The self-proclaimed oldest Italian restaurant in the country may see new life.
The site of a gruesome murder in 1974 is finally getting restored and revived.
Dandelion Chocolate is due in September on Valencia, next to Abbot's Cellar.
Owner Greg Bronstein appears to have done what he had to in order to eek some gay dollars out of one more Pink Saturday.
The former taqueria was known for homey Mexican and Salvadoran food.
The husband and wife behind the shop took some time off to raise their newborn daughter, who is now three.
Alas, Danno's 300 Club will likely never live again...
They say they may be open really soon, at long last.
They did not make it open by Saturday as planned.