85-year-old Mission District Dive Pop’s Bar is San Francisco’s newest old fashioned business

As of last month, there is a new Legacy Business in San Francisco. This time, it’s Pop’s Bar, the Mission District dives into the corner of 24th Street and York Street. According to BrokeAssStuart, owners Spike Krouse and Tom Tierney have the mindset that they’re just long watering hole stewards, and this special designation from the city will help them do just that. In order to qualify for Legacy Business status, a San Francisco business must have been open for at least 10 years; The designation allows the city to offset any potential rent hikes that could force long-established businesses to close.

In a date published in 2017, BrokeAssStuart reported that the pub’s roots stretch back to Prohibition when the brand name Carl Joseph Saxsenmeie, or “Pops,” introduced the liquor to the venue, which was then operating under the Clubhouse name. It has since changed hands an impressive number of times, but has always remained a classic neighborhood watering hole, beloved for its welcoming atmosphere, colorful crew of regulars, and bustling ballroom. A handful of other local businesses also took home the Legacy Business title last month, including Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals & Tours, Café La Bohème, Club Deluxe, Hotel Bohème, Larkins Brothers Tire Company and Mariposa Hunters Point Yacht Club. , Outpost Studios, Piedmont Boutique, PO Plus, and St. John Coltrane’s Church.

Why are some people calling for a boycott of this Korean bakery

Some Twitter users are asking for a file boycott In Paris Baguette, a bakery in Korea with multiple locations in the Bay Area after a factory worker in Korea was killed while on the job. According to a report from SFGATE, the worker was crushed “when her upper body was caught in a sauce machine.” But after her body was discovered by other employees, they were asked to resume work as usual, which led to outrage in both the United States and Korea.

Pour one for the Old Devil Moon

The Old Devil Moon, a bar and restaurant located at 3472 Mission Street in Bernal Heights, will close on November 19 after six years in business, SFGATE reports. One of the partners behind the bar told the outlet that there were several reasons for the shutdown, including the fact that the city had been slow to recover from the pandemic. However, they own the building and are now looking for new tenants to take over the space.

Santa Clara will have a Shawarmaji

Auckland’s popular Shawarmaji restaurant is expanding with a second location at 2281 Alameda in Santa Clara, in San Francisco Chronicle. The restaurant serves up some of the best Middle Eastern food in the Bay Area, according to a newspaper critic, including chicken shawarma cooked on a vertical spit.

Introducing the new Italian venue in Nob Hill, Cissino

Tablehopper has the scoop at a new Italian restaurant now open on Nob Hill called Ciccino. He’s the executive chef of the local small chain Italian Handmade but offers a more upscale menu including dishes like halibut carpaccio and pasta with caviar.

noon baya

And finally, good news for plant-based eaters: As announced on Instagram, Hayes Valley’s Baia Italian restaurant reopened on November 16. late August; The fire spread to the trees outside the restaurant and then into the building.

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