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Below is a brief list of a few of the more notable restaurant closures in San Francisco and the Bay Area in 2016. Similar to our Dec. 22 post detailing the year's notable openings , this list is in no way comprehensive. Comment?
In the five and half years since Nick Balla took over the chef role at Bar Tartine , he and current co-chef Cortney Burns have transformed the Valencia Street restaurant into one of the most unique restaurants in San Francisco, if not the country. The current run will end on New Year's Eve , as Balla and Burns will leave Bar Tartine. Comment?
Owner Umberto Gibin serves plates to diners for lunch at Volta in San Francisco, Calif., on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016. Owner Umberto Gibin serves plates to diners for lunch at Volta in San Francisco, Calif., on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016. Comment?
Almanac Beer Co. co-founders Jesse Friedman, left, and Damian Fagan are opening their first taproom in the Mission. Comment?
Over the past seven years, the San Francisco Street Food Festival , which was launched in 2009 by non-profit food business incubator, La Cocina , has become one of the Bay Area's most highly anticipated food festivals, attracting tens of thousands of attendees each year. While the annual free festival has proved incredibly popular - so much so that last summer, to deal with ever-increasing crowds, the festival moved from its home in the Mission to Pier 70 in the Dogpatch neighborhood - according to La Cocina Executive Director Caleb Zigas , it's been increasingly challenging for the festival to stick to its original focus - serving as a showcase for the non-profit's burgeoning small businesses. Comment?
Wildhawk is located at the corner of Lexington and 19th streets in the Mission, the former home of lesbian bar, the Lexington Club. Wildhawk is located at the corner of Lexington and 19th streets in the Mission, the former home of lesbian bar, the Lexington Club. Comment?
While January and February were a whirlwind of new restaurant openings, this past month seemed to ease up a bit. March marked the Bay Area homecoming of high profile celebrity chef Jonathan Waxman, along with the opening of a second San Francisco outpost of fully-automated restaurant of the future, Eatsa, and the reopening of beloved Berkeley classic Nabalom Bakery. Comment?
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