It's a three-engine fire, we hear.
The restaurant closes to restructure its menu and concept.
The restaurant will reopen next month, possibly with a new, "well-known" partner.
This is the second time the restaurant has cited flooding as the reason it's closed.
Mark Iacano says he's headed to Florida to get some sun — and to see about the pizza shop he plans to open in Miami.
The Pasadena restaurant plans a going-away party this Saturday with touring musician Ben Mauro.
This latest interruption in service is the third time in a year the restaurant's gone dark.
It's been open for six months in a temporary, kiosk setting, but it will finally be a complete coffee shop by next month.
Also, Solbar's Asian menu gets a mini-review.
The bar and restaurant will start rolling out the barrels again on Thursday.
The restaurant will reopen on January 10.
They'll reopen Wednesday, January 9.
The donuts shops fryer jockeys have been left in the dark.
The fondue and half-price wine are gone, but not for good.
The bakery's customers are devoted, and mad.
The three-year-old restaurant is expanding its kitchen and reversing some of its wear-and-tear.
They'll reopen December 27, after some light repainting and such.
The flood also hit Saison on their very last day in the rear space, as they were in the process of moving to SoMa.